This is a condition plug-in for Locale v1.0 or later.
allows you to trigger location conditions based on gsm-cells. So
battery is saved because no WLAN or GPS acivity is required. The
accuracy depends on regional gms cell infrastructure. However in cities
is much more precise than locale's internal pure cell based location
condition which is limited to 2000m radius.
V0.1 - Initial beta release
V0.2 - Fixed force close du to no GSM-connection availiable
V0.3 - Added Android1.5/1.6 support + fixed to small button size
V0.4 - Added workaround for HTC Desire's application manager bug + made cellgroup view to be sorted
V0.5 - Removed expiration limitation
V0.6 - Fixed oscillating issue, extended UI, improved efficiency
Let me know bugs and feature requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a cellgroup?
cellgroup specifies an area. That area can be very small (just
identified by one gsm cell) but also very big (identified by many gsm
cells). It's your choise. So you can create a cellgroup that represents
your home having three cells underlying in worst case (your home is in
between three cell towers und so your phone is always oscillating
between that cells) but you also can create a cellgroup that represents
the way to work having all cells underlying that are on that way.
How to create a cellgroup?
create a cellgroup you click the button at the bottom of cellgroups
view. The cellgroup detail view is opening. Here you give a name to the
new cellgroup and specifiy the period of time as long the cells your
phone is logged in will become added to the current cellgroup.
How to setup a locale condition out of cellgroups?
cellgroup has a tri-state toggle button (disable, inside and outside).
You can combine as many cellgroups to one condition as you like by
using the toggle buttons. All specified inside and outside cellgroup
conditions must be valid that locale condition gets triggered (boolean
How to delete a cellgroup?
To delete a cellgoup press long to cellgroup item in list and select "delete" at context menu.
What means the right aligned number in cell list?
It's a kind of history. So one means that cell is currently aktive
while e.g. the number 10 means that there were 9 cells beeing active
after that cell itself was active.