tracker A tracker is a device capable of determining its position using GPS satellites.

Trackers determine and record their position at a predetermined interval and send this information to the IneTrack servers through the very same GSM network that is used by mobile phones. For this communication, a SIM card is needed, just like in the case of regular mobile phones. Tracking devices also have built-in memory, where they can store the recorded data, so there is no data loss even if the tracker cannot establish a connection with the servers for some reason.

To interpret GPS signals, trackers contain a GPS receiver unit, which is responsible for calculating the position of the device.

Besides recording position data, some trackers can also react to certain events, such as the turning of the ignition switch, opening of a door, SOS signal, and so on.

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inetracker android app The IneTracker is an app for Android devices. This app allows you to use your phone or tablet as a handheld tracker.

The IneTracker app is available through Google Play store free of charge.



App features

The app will use positioning services available on your device. Most devices have a GPS receiver chip within, but the system may also use multiple methods in conjunction to get a more accurate reading.



Aug 9, 2013, 4:38:04 AM

  • Pairing bugs fixed
  • Data usage optimisation

Sep 9, 2014, 7:28:07 AM

  • New option: City mode (WiFi-based: this saves battery)
  • Minor bug fixes

Sep 11, 2014, 7:41:31 AM

  • Bug fixes: when the location data is switched off

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  • Options menu fix: There was some problem below android 4.x

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  • Minor bug fix: positioning, unexpected shutdown
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