EO TrackMe - What have I done (or not)

I have a Nokia 6210 with BT unit installed in the wagon. The phone works fine through the BT hands free.

I have purchased the BT GPS - it works.

I have installed the aspicore application in the phone and changed the settings in accordance with EOz Symbian recommendations. Where in the phone this was changed at the time I have no idea . . . I just want to check these settings but bug...ed if I can find them now ??

Next . . . . in phone "Applications" > My Own . . I see icons: "GPS data" > Navigation, Position, and Trip Distance - no information is recorded here but the BT icon flashes.
Also Icon: "GSM Tracker" > shows 2 boxes > GPS (in red box) NET (in green box) the BT icon flashes.
My Geo fence is set at 1k and I have been well outside this area. The unit is registered with EOz.

What must I do to get this up and running ???

I am assuming that the phone and Trackme can be run at the same time !!
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Reply By: ExplorOz Team - Adele - Monday, Jul 04, 2011 at 16:14

Monday, Jul 04, 2011 at 16:14
Hi Salt Grinder,
Firstly, I think we need to make sure that your GPS device is communicating with the GPS Tracker device, the instruction for how to do this are:

"Connect GPS
o Choose Options -> Connect GPS from GSM Tracker
o Select the name of your GPS device from the Bluetooth device list.
(Not necessary for integrated GPS)
o Soon the UTC time and GPS coordinates should appear into the
display. Now you know that the GPS connection works."

Please also see the following info on how to track a route:

"Tracking a route
o Turn on your Bluetooth GPS device, if not already powered up. (Not necessary for integrated
o Start GSM Tracker.
o When you see that the GPS and the cellular packet data are connected, you can put the GSMTracker into the background by pressing Options / Hide or you can lock the keyboard with Options / Lock keyboard. (Note also the Options / Keep backlight on feature, if you want to keep display constantly visible.)
o Now make a couple of kilometres test drive letting GSM Tracker to track your route to the test server.
o After the drive, when you take your phone out of the Bluetooth range of your GPS device for a long time, it is wise to exit the GSM Tracker application to save the phone battery charge level.
o If you keep the GSM Tracker running in the background, you may want to turn on the setting Misc/System attribute. Otherwise the Symbian operating system may silently close down GSM Tracker, when other applications need more memory."

This information and more help info can all be found on the Apiscore site, here is the link:GSM Tracker Help Files
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