TMJ-Mobile is a Java mobile phone application that uses GPS data to provide a number of functions, including navigation, location tracking, map display and route plotting. It receives its location coordinates by communicating via Bluetooth with a separate GPSreceiver, or via the phones internal GPS if supported. The phones built-in GPRS/3G/GSM dataconnection is then used to send its location over the internet to the TrackMyJourney website where you can then share your location and recorded tracks withyour friends. Getting Started * Register an account with TrackMyJourney * Download the TMJ-Mobile application to your phone * Run the program and in the Main Menu>Settings page enter your TMJ Device Username and Password * Use the Main Menu>GPS>ConnectGPS function to search for and connect to your Bluetooth GPS device. * Add some Waypoints to your TrackMyJourney account. On the phone use the Main Menu>Web>Update Waypoints function to download the Waypoints to the phone. These can then be used for navigation. * On the phone use the Main Menu>Web>Enable Upload function to start sending your location back to the website. * Invite your friends to view your progress via the Invitations page * Check out the User Guide for further information. · Customisable Vector Map colour schemes. Create new schemes viathe website MY ACCOUNT/SETTINGS/Devices page, then use the Plan Page Menu/Vector Map Options/Colour Scheme to load it onto the phone. (Use Reload Current Map to refresh the list of available schemes on the phone) · Customisable Text page screens,also set via the website Devices page above. The screen settings are downloaded to the phone thefirst time Enable Web is used after restarting TMJ. · Extra GPS Log format - Raw CSV/TXT · Fixed Timezone/DST bug when uploading tracks to website - it should now correctly take TZ and DST settings from phone (previously the DST setting was ignored) · Fixed persistent bug that causedoccasional freezing issue on the Plan and Map pages when using an Internal GPS · plus many other small tweaks from the last few months
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