This version works with all Tomtom navcores versions. It also provides a new functionality which allows to see, in real time, the received frames.
NMEALogger can not be installed with Tomtom Home because it is not known as a Tomtom software.
Proceed as follows to install it :
|NMEALogger : : running in decoding mode||NMEALogger : running in normal mode|
|NMEALogger : parameters setup screen||NMEALogger : setup parameters have been saved|
NMEALogger allows you to record NMEA frames as they are received by Tomtom. NMEA frames are recorded in /nmealogger directory in a file called nmea_nnnn.nmea, where nnnn goes from 0000 to 9999.
You may also choose to recorded the decoded frames, by selecting "Yes" for the "Decode frames" parameter.If you choose the "Append" mode, all the records during a usage session are appended in the same file. If you choose the "New" mode, a new file is created each time the recording is started, even in the same usage session.
If you've got the standard menu (eg. if you have no tomtom.mnu file on your disk), then one icon is added at the end of the main menu, as for any software with a .cap file in the /sdkregistry directory.
If you've got a tomtom.mnu file, you need to modify it to see the corresponding icon
in your personalized menu. Add a line :
MENUITEM|TASK_SDKn|with "n" equal to the right number (between 1 and 9) for the corresponding /sdkregistry entry, depending of the number and order of .cap files in your /sdkregistry directory.
This version fixes the scrambled screen problem, on Tomtom v7 application.
With this version, the log files have got a .nmea suffix, so they can be easily recognized by NMEA frames analysis softwares. This version also fixes a bug, when a NMEA frame doesn't end by a Carriage-Return character.