The most lightweight GPS/GSM tracker for smartphones based on Symbian OS 9.4?


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Mobile app Google latitude and Yandex.Cards are already well known, but extremely heavy for the job by sending geolocation data(latitude and longitude for GPS or CID for GSM) to the specified server IP.


Requirements: Any graphics, and the minimum possible load on the battery of the smartphone, and the absence of reconnet GPRS/EDGE/3G when data is sent to the server to reduce the cost of mobile Internet services (operators of the rounding of the total traffic in a big way at 100KB often).


PS J2ME version for mobile phones is also interesting.


PPS If among the audience are the developers Symbian, is able to solve the problem — write in lichku.
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Aspicore GSM Tracker, were and are leaders in this field.
\rwww.aspicore.com/en/products_subclass_2.asp?tab=2&sub=1
For J2ME — is MAPNav St. Petersburg guys mapnav.spb.ru/site/e107_plugins/forum/forum.php
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Is. Wrote for their needs tracker on j2me.
Data is collected every 5 seconds and every 40 seconds to send a GET request to your server.
Both the intervals and the server are specified in the code.
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Can share the source code.
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He use gpsed.com/downloads and samopisnaya utilitly, only true for windows mobile.
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Other options are there?
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The ball will run from?
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