Be aware that the data the devices collect are determined through cell tower triangulation so its by far not 100% correct.
You can import the database from a local iTunes Backup, the application will display all backups for your devices ordered by date.
Or load the file from an actual iPhone (jailbreak required). The file is named "consolidated.db" and you find it inside "/private/var/root/Library/Caches/locationd/consolidated.db".
For Android devices the file is called "cache.cell" for cell determined locations and "cache.wifi" for WiFi determined locations.
You can find the file(s) inside the folder "/data/data/com.google.android.location/files".
A dot indicates that inside the displayed area more then 1 location was tracked. The number inside the dot tells you how many times your location inside this area was saved. Click a dot to zoom in and get a more detailed view till you see the exact marked locations.
MyPhoneTracker allows you to import data from iTunes/iPhone and Android OS.
You can open an existing location database, import more data from the consolidated.db and save it again. This way you can keep track of your locations even with the iOS 4.3.3 limitation of only 7 days location location data.
- fixed opening files
- fixed viewarea
- better performance
- can open android tracking databases (cache.cell & cache.wifi)
- new interface
- selectable itunes backup device and date
- crashs fixed
- starts "clean" without a automated loaded location database
- universal 32/64bit binary
- self update functionality
- support for CDMA (Verizon) iPhone thanks R. Hamilton
- fixed self update (please download again ;_;)
- GoogleMaps API v3 (Streetview, arial images)
- Timestamps on single markers
- internal rework
- own mpt format
- save/open mpt databases
Next version(s) will include:
info window with timestamp on location groups