How to record tracks (ie. breadcrumbs) on the Navigator App:
To start with you need to be sure that you are recording your tracks, so under Trip Monitor settings, you have to enable auto-saving, and enable Save Track Log:
Open the app, at the bottom right click on the three lines and select "useful information" and then "trip monitor". At the bottom right, click on the little up arrow, and select "trip monitor settings" - turn on "enable auto-saving" and "save track log".
Now when you use the app, it will record your trips. To see the trip on the phone screen, follow the same path: Open the app, at the bottom right click on the three lines and select "useful information" and then "trip monitor". A list of your trips should appear on your screen, click on a trip and tick "visible on map" - you will now be able to see this trip on your screen.
We have managed to export the tracks from an Android phone, but not with Apple.
On Android you can also save these trips on your computer - this functionality is at the moment not available on Apple.
To save to your computer, follow the same path: Open the app, at the bottom right click on the three lines and select "useful information" and then "trip monitor". When the list of your trips appears, click on the up arrow on the bottom right of the screen, and select "export all".
To save the tracks to your computer, connect the phone to your computer, and use explorer to open the phone - your exported tracks will either by on the phone, or on your sd card, it varies where it is saved.
Follow this path: internal storage (or sd card) - android - data - za.co.tracks4africa.nng.africa - tracks - 01. A list of the exported tracks appears on the screen, and you can copy and paste this to your computer, and open it with Basecamp/Mapsource. If you deletes the tracks, it disappears off the phone, and unfortunately there is no way to get it back onto the phone, so if you want to use these tracks, you should not delete it from the phone.
Note that only the tracks are exported, there is no way to export waypoints that you recorded – you can make a screenshot of the waypoints you want to keep and create a new waypoint on the computer using those coordinates.
If the tracks are not exported to the internal storage, select “File-SD card” and follow the same path on the SD card. We have not yet managed to do this for an Apple phone, it seems to try and save the data on an SD card, and Apple does not have SD cards in their phones, so we continually get an error message when we try this on Apple.