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[App]SendMyLocation - Update [2/12/2011]

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By oldsap, Senior Member on 10th February 2011, 01:15 AM
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Sends SMS at intervals that includes your current GPS coordinate and location name/address/etc

i'vs been using this app for quite sometime now and decided to share it. it works perfectly for me and on my TD2 device. But it may not be for others. kindly post your comments. thanks.

Thank you to DavidTiger for his WMLocationInfo.dll file and Hara's GPS dll file

for more info head over to http://oldsap.blogspot.com/2011/02/sendmylocation.html

Update:
2/24/2011
- uploaded DecDeg2DecMin_Feb242011.zip. the xml files will now be saved in your Desktop PC's C:\xml folder

2/12/2011
- added option to send as email
when sending email, make sure your email is already setup and this uses email account 1 in your device
- added more interval time options (hour/day)
- saves sms and emails sent in \storage card\senymylocation\ folder
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10th February 2011, 10:45 AM |#2  
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Very good, but... can you implement a "send via mail" option?
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Very good, but... can you implement a "send via mail" option?

sure. ill add that option
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And implement a option, "Send every X min / hours" ? 24h ?
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sure. ill add that option

Good!
My wife will be more peaceful when I go out mountain biking!
12th February 2011, 12:29 AM |#6  
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Update:
2/12/2011
- added option to send as email
when sending email, make sure your email is already setup and this uses email account 1 in your device
- added more interval time options (hour/day)
- saves sms and emails sent in \storage card\senymylocation\ folder
Last edited by oldsap; 12th February 2011 at 12:33 AM.
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Excellent app but one question when I set it all up do I press exit or just leave it running in the background.
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Nice to see you back oldsap!
13th February 2011, 11:36 PM |#9  
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Excellent app but one question when I set it all up do I press exit or just leave it running in the background.

after setting it up and clicking on the "Start" you can exit from the scheduler app. no app will run in the background up until it reaches the specified time interval.

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KML and XML Files directory
11. Use DecDeg2DecMin.exe, click on CONVERT

TO POINTS

12. Choose the KML file you just created from

Google Earth and it wil automatiacally

convert it to an XML file
13. Copy the XML file to your device's

\Storage Card\SendMyLocation\XML folder
14. Done!


Hi sir charlie. after clicking convert to points, where would the converted file go? the kml file say, saved on my desktop would disappear and searching on my directory, cant seem to find the file, also the converted xml file. (i guess they would have the same filename)
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