Works Looks like the developer fixed the force close problem on the s3 modded ROM that I'm using. Thanks! But the ip has to be manually input. And it is the client ip that has to be put into a box labeled "server broadcast address" which is terribly confusing, misleading, completely undocumented, and does not work out of the box. Tip: look for the ip assigned the client in your tethering software, under "access control"
Just plain awesome I was given a cheap Android tablet and was saddened by the lack of GPS. Then I found this app. I can now use my tablet for navigation on a screen that's easily readable. It works on both my home network and my hotspot. Thanks!
Seems to Work Fine The interface is nice and simple. The widget ON/OFF is a very nice idea. The app used to be buggy, but has since improved upon my recent testing. In the limited in-house testing, switching the server into and out of the lock-screen. The client remains stable. I've only seen one related crash on the server end which is a big improvement from before where it crashes ALL.THE.TIME It looks to be a decent solution and will redo the review upon further testing.
Loved it, I had to test a number of mobile apps I am writing on non-gps enabled tablets and this app was the solution; it saved me hundreds by allowing me to use a generic $49 tablet for my client and for testing, works fine on a Samsung Galaxy s4 and a generic 9.9" Android 4.4 tablet. Well worth the price.
Good in theory..... Client was never able to make a connection and server app frequently crashes. Would love to see this puppy running as advertised but right now its a 2 star app.
Did not work on gb As a paid app the customer should at least get a product that works. Been using this since nook color days
May 7, 2013
- TetherGPS Server should now properly acquire the broadcast IP (no need to manually enter an IP)
- TetherGPS Client now invokes a multicast lock to ensure UDP broadcasts are received