Android gps tracking application

 

Open your project in  Eclipse , and add the the 'net' folder (located in the 'src' directory) into your project's source in order to include the tracking library.

This will add 3 folders (android, android test, android example)to your project, you can take a look at the example files and safely delete once you are familiar with implementing.

We recommend adding a title key/ value pair. If there is no title defined, the title will default to '[no title]'
Keys are case sensitive, hence title value can only be defined for the key 'title' or 'ti'.

Android gps tracking application

But with GPS, an Android device could also be used for tracking. It may not be the most reliable method, and it does comes with some not-so-insignificant limitations, but it can get the job done. Here’s how you can use your device to pinpoint a person’s or object’s location.

Most Android devices released in 2014 or later have a built-in feature called Android Device Manager . This service constantly pings your device’s location back to Google’s servers so that Google knows where your device is. You can then use Google’s web interface to see where your device is at any given time. You’ll need a Google account to use this feature.

Once enabled, all you have to do is launch a web browser, navigate to the Android Device Manager dashboard , and sign into your account (the same one associated with your device). Click the Locate Device button for said device and it’ll show its last known location. It’s fairly accurate in my experience, but can be off by up to 20 meters in areas with poor GPS visibility.

Open your project in  Eclipse , and add the the 'net' folder (located in the 'src' directory) into your project's source in order to include the tracking library.

This will add 3 folders (android, android test, android example)to your project, you can take a look at the example files and safely delete once you are familiar with implementing.

We recommend adding a title key/ value pair. If there is no title defined, the title will default to '[no title]'
Keys are case sensitive, hence title value can only be defined for the key 'title' or 'ti'.

  Pro Version: Available exclusively on Android phones, our Pro version allows a stealth mode (making the app undetectable on the phone), lets you launch the app via a secret dialling code, allows password protection to the app and even allows you to start the app by sending your phone a coded SMS message!

The Android app automates mileage tracking via GPS, Bluetooth, or a power source connection. It also allows you to monitor trips with Android widgets.

Other features include vehicle and business expenses tracking, fuel economy calculation, and comprehensive IRS compliant reports.

Track mileage using GPS or manual input. Remember visited locations. TripLog supports multiple vehicles, date formats, and currencies.