DIY HACK – How to Build a Prepaid Cellphone GPS tracker!

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Well, here’s a cool little hack for anyone who’s interested in building a GPS tracker for fun. Although I’d rather stick to my GoogleMaps on my Blackberry, this is good info for anyone who wants to build a custom app.

The Open GPS Tracker is a small device which plugs into a $20 prepaid mobile phone to make a GPS tracker. The Tracker responds to text message commands, detects motion, and sends you its exact position, ready for Google Maps or your mapping software. The Tracker firmware is open source and user-customizable.

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One Response to DIY HACK – How to Build a Prepaid Cellphone GPS tracker!

  1. Nicole Price says:

    Wow the tracker is as big as the cellphone. Not very handy I’d say. But fun to do it yourself nonetheless.

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