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GPS Falcom Device   
Hi,
This Arun here i am new to the GPS system, Now to solve my problem lets take an example: Now lets us place a GPS device in the car which would be running properly and when there is no GSM signal, the alrams are so configured such that the data gets written to the memory of the device (history) and now that the GSM signal is back, now the history starts dumping to the server and it dumps only 512 KB at a time and between this dumping of the history even the normal data gets jumbled with them. So what should i do to stop this with out applying any load on to the server (this means that i would like only the device configuration to be modified but not in the server side). And when do i know that the history is completely dumped to the server.


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petzki2000
09/28/2008
09:46:15 AM
Hey Arun.
Have you tried contacting the manufacturer? I am sure they will have a support forum or you can directly talk to their technical CSR. You can probably start here: http://www.falcom.de/support/
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