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Posted - 07 mars 2011 :  23:17:58  Show Profile  Visit Middy's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This is the error that comes up with every track

thios is a pain because you have to click yes for EVERY track, so I have it set to record tracks every minute, so thats a lot over a 12 hr period :(

also there is NO export button / option, so have to manually put every track into the s/w or google earth, maybe this is the downside to the clones :(

Edited by - Middy on 07 mars 2011 23:20:10
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Posted - 09 mars 2011 :  12:26:59  Show Profile  Visit Middy's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I agree
Press "start receiving" and then press the time interval u want to track, and it will update, you cannot make changes till you press" start receiving" for the connection to be established.
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Posted - 15 mars 2011 :  10:40:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

Good morning,

Does anyone could tell me where I can find a working firmware for the original xexun tk102-2 (LPC2134 processor).

I tried many links from this thread with no success.....

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Posted - 15 mars 2011 :  21:19:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hm, the XEXUN 102-2 has a ARM7 CPU ...
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Posted - 15 mars 2011 :  22:08:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
LPC2134 is not the processor, but the microcontroller where the firmware is stored. TK102-2 does have a LPC2134 :)
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Posted - 16 mars 2011 :  11:42:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
OK OK....
The LPC2134 is a microcontroller based on a 32/16 bit ARM7TDMI-S CPU

I finally found the firmware for the xexun TK102-2 and I uploaded here:

My question now is: is it possible to dessassemble it, because i want to remove the low battery sms
I tried "NOLOW BATTERY" or LOWBATT with no sucess!

Thank you
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Posted - 16 mars 2011 :  14:18:27  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
DId you try "nobattery123456"?
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Posted - 16 mars 2011 :  14:50:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yes I tried "nobattery123456", but when I display the memory with flash magic, the command "nobattery" is not present.

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Posted - 17 mars 2011 :  00:06:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hey all! Soon I am going to buy a TK-102 for use in my car - I had one around three years ago, but unfortunately it stopped working, however I'm still familliar with the basics of the device. I'm fairly tech experienced.
My question is about the use of the GPRS function. Once the device has been set up to send data packets to a computer, is there any way to capture the information and save it to text files automatically?
From skimming the forum I found Wireshark - however, this is slightly beyond me in terms of how advanced it is. Is there a way to save packets containing a certain string to file?

Mr./Herr/M. Omar Smith (17)
English speaker ~ auslanddeutschsprechenstudent ~ comprends un peu français
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Posted - 17 mars 2011 :  06:06:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hmm there is a little proggy called gps receiver which just intercepts the packagaes and then prints it to screen....know they had a few updates which did some things extra but not sure... Do a search on the forum and if you dont come right let me know and ill mail it to you.
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Posted - 17 mars 2011 :  10:13:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

gps receiver is here:
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Posted - 18 mars 2011 :  01:55:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
hi guys,

i had a tk103-2 apparently original from xexun.

my server and tracker work fine on gprs method.
but the acc not working... always sending records or block it with tlimit commands
acc ignition is only on SMS(fortify) method?[ed]


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Posted - 20 mars 2011 :  15:56:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
hi all everybody ,i have some problem whit my gps 103 track,i need firmawer to flash it ,there is some one who have firmawer,i have try it gpr_car.hex,but dont work proprely.Hepl me pls!
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Posted - 25 mars 2011 :  01:29:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello everyone :)

I bought this GPS in ebay a few days ago, and I'm sure that it's a clon as it gives me the web when I call to the GPS.

I'm currently living in the UK. The first day that I tested it, it worked like a charm with an O2 sim card (from my housemate). I authorized my phone number.

Today, with the same configuration (same sim cards and everything), the GPS doesn't reply my messages (for example, begin123456 and it doesn't say "begin Ok!"). I tried different commands, from and to different sim cards (O2 and 3 mobile).

Can anyone help me, please?

Thank you!
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Posted - 25 mars 2011 :  06:03:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Originally posted by chimer

Yes I tried "nobattery123456", but when I display the memory with flash magic, the command "nobattery" is not present.

Chimer, have you managed to read or write the firmware on TK-102 or 103?
I would really like to have the hex files in hand to mess around with, maybe disassemble it and write some custom code, then program it on the tracker...

If you have anything useful about this, please let me know

Marcos Roehe.
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