Track your Android cell phone in real time and store routes for later viewing.
|Author:||Nick Fox (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.0|
|WordPress version tested:||4.5.3|
|Added to WordPress repository:||16-11-2014|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||10 959|
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I don’t see any of my locations on the map.
There can be many reasons for this but usually it means that you don’t have a clear view of the sky. This can be because of trees, tall buildings or even really cloudy weather. Gps cell phones do not work very well inside a building unless you are near a window. Try finding an open space with a clear view of the sky.
Some people have a problem with permissions in MySQL. If you are a developer and want to see of this is the problem, check out this issue on Github. Feel free to ask a question on that issue if you think it relates to you:
I see three routes near Seattle, what do I do with those?
They are just a demo to show you how it works. You can safely delete them whenever you want.
What is the “View All” button?
This allows you to view all of your routes that you have stored. To view an individual route either select the route from the drop down box or click on one of the markers.
What is the “Auto Refresh” button?
Tapping on this will allow you to track your phone in real tine. The map will automatically be updated every minute.
What is the drop down box below the map?
That shows all of your routes. For instance, suppose you track your phone on Monday for 3 hours and then Tuesday for 2 hours. You will then see two routes in the drop down box.
1.0.4, July 14, 2016
- Updated documentation to show new help forum, https://www.websmithing.com/forums/
1.0.3, September 29, 2015
- Can now be used with unlimited number of android phones
- Fixed Google Maps library so that it would not be instantiated twice
1.0.2, November 22, 2014
- renamed Gamajo_Template_Loader to GpsTracker_Gamajo_Template_Loader to avoid namespace clashes with other plugins
- changed from bootstrap container to container-fluid
- added height to buttons
1.0.1, November 10, 2014
- Enabled deleting routes
- Fixed button color
1.0.0, October 27, 2014
- First official release!