How to record Tracks
The way to record tracks vary depends on the device you want to use.
If you have a pocket PC you can use many programs to record GPS data
An example is the freeware program VisualGPSCE (www.visualgps.com).
Install and lauch the program.
Main Window (1)
Select “Connect” form the menu and select the GPS com port(2)
To record a track select ‘Log’ from menu and then choose the file(3)
In some PocketPC it’s possible to give the access to GPS com port to more than one program.
Check your PocketPC documentation to know how to share GPS between applications
If you have problems in sharing GPS data between applications you can give a look at Port Splitter at www.gpsmeter.com
TomTom navigators can be used to log their internal GPS receiver.
You can try those programs:
Should work with GOx10, GOx00, Rider, One e OneV2
TomTom Event Logger
Records in GPX format.
If you have a mobile phone, you can use it to record your tracks with your BT GPS receiver.
Your mobile phone should support Java or have SymbianOS and have the BT connection (warning, not every BT + Java mobile can record GPS data!):
Note: I could not test all those programs yet, so do not consider them suggested or the only available.
If you have a Nokia phone with Symbian OS you may give a look at Nokia Sports Tracker