Tracking your Location on Computer using GPS Cell Phone
You can track your location on a computer simply by connecting your GPS cell phone to the computer. You will also need GPS tracking software. Many cell phone software offerings are available on the Internet. However, the software should be compatible with your cell phone so that the results are accurate. Many freebies are also available on the Internet but since they may not be compatible with your cell phone, and may be malicious too, I would recommend using the software suggested by your service provider.
Once you install the software on your computer, all you need to do is to connect the phone to it and run the software. The software receives data from the GPS receiver in your phone. The data is in form of X = Longitude, Y = Latitude, and Z = Elevation (compared to sea level). The software in the computer processes this data and shows you your location on Google Maps. Some other cell phone tracking software employ their own mapping software.
Using a GPS cell phone to track your own location on computer helps you in: navigation, finding routes when you are lost, noting your estimated time of arrival while reaching somewhere and for unforeseen emergencies!
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