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This project allows you to track cell phones periodically. For instance every minute or every five minutes. You can watch the cell phone being tracked in real time using google maps and you can store and reload routes easily.
You have the choice of two server stacks. Either using asp.net and sql server or using php and mysql. Both are now in the same download but you only need to use one.
If you need help, please go to:
Here is a quick start guide to help you set up Gps Tracker:
Jun 12, 2014 - v3.2.4
Fixed android intervals not working above one minute and removed adsense ads publisher id.
Jun 6, 2014 - v3.2.3
This version fixes the zoom buttons on the google map which was causing the app to freeze and updates leaflet to version 0.7.3. This version is now free from all known errors.
May 5, 2014 - v3.2.2
This version fixes the total distance traveled in the android app.
May 1, 2014 - v3.2.1
This version changes the UI of the android app from two buttons (Save and Track) to one button (Track).
and the android version is now in Google Play:
Apr 20, 2014 - v3.2.0
Some pretty major changes here. The android app now has google play location services running in a background service. Also updates will restart if phone is rebooted. The servers are both now using json and jquery. Xml is gone forever. Both servers now support multiple map types. It's currently set up for google maps, bing maps and OpenStreetMaps.
Feb 11, 2014 - v3.1.0
Version 3.1.0 updates the php server code from google maps 2 to 3 and now uses jquery. There was a bug in the delete route stored procedure (the sessionID parameter was to small and was causing the delete to fail silently).
Jan 14, 2014 - v3.0.0
Version 3.0.0 of Gps Tracker is complete. This was a very big change from the last version. It's been updated with ios, android, windowsPhone and java me/j2me phone clients and the servers have all been updated as well. Please let me know how it works, good or bad and create an issue if you find a problem. Thanks and enjoy the software, Nick.
ps. I will be writing tutorials and documentation shortly.