Ashe, Thank You for your explanation of the parameters available for Telemetry reporting, the four maximum which can be displayed as the last datum last received for up to four parameters the user can choose from the proffered Telemetry list.
re “At the moment, your tracker does not send the parameters you need, so please try to check, in accordance with the instructions for your tracker, what settings are required for the tracker to send these parameters (data on its status).”
Prior to you adding E7-07B to your list of supported Legacy hardware I had been using the manufacturer Shenzhen Eview’s tracker website and Android app, smart-locator.com view travel paths and the EV-07B most certainly sent constant reports of battery strength and cell signal strength because without any action whatsoever needed by the user at any point of adding a new device or choossing from settings and options avaailable those two parameters are constantly and always displayed whenever its position is reported on a map. Always and forever seemingly, and this goes back several generations of their manufactured trackers to the original Minifinder Pico made for Sweden, and it was also always the case for every tracker that Shenzhen Eview’s predecessor to smart-locator, at their defunct website smart-tracking.com.
So, given what you said: ?what happens to the tracker to make it stop sending battery and cellular strength when I changed the destination of the GPRS packets from its default of smart-locator.com at port 5050 to the IP and port for Ruhavik?
The data connection through the mobile carrier APN is constant, and the tracker was kept on during the changeover from smart-locator back and forth to Ruhavik. Why would it always and forever, no matter what, report battery and cellular strength to smart-locator but never, no matter how hard i might try, can it report those values to Ruhavik.
The only reason I could imagine would be that the tracker itself is told by the smart-locator server to report those data to the server. User option has nothing to do with it. The user can’t turn it off and can’t turn it on. It’s apparently worked out between the tracker and the server. This tracker was kept turned on and the mobile connection maintained and it went from sending battery strength and cell strength to smart-locator and it hasn’t sent that data to the Ruhavik servers.
Maybe the server is telling the tracker what data to send. Is there any other possible explanation? The tracker went from sending those data every single transmission to not sending them ever? What could explain that?