Login (web Server): www.TrackingInTime.cloud    or    https://TrackingInTime.cloud 

Server: 197.242.150.95 (IP Address)

Manager App

Different GPS Devices have different setup procedures please consult the manual for each GPS. Below is examples of GPS to server setup.

To Connect your GPS to the Sabre Tracking in Time APP or the Sabre GPs Server – www.trackint.cloud

Rules: Ensure when setting up the GPS for the first time you have:

  1. Sim card inserted correctly
  2. SMS’s available
  3. Data available
  4. Excellent cell/mobile signal for that sim card service provider
    1. You should receive and instant reply for command every SMS sent to the GPS
  5. Excellent GPS signal
    1. Not inside an office with barely any windows
    2. Not inside an office under concrete floor
    3. Not inside an office in a valley
    4. Not inside a steel warehouse
  6. Ensure you use the correct identifier / IMEA length number for  the correct GPS
  7. Ensure follow the setup steps
  8. Ensure you enable the upload times
    1. Very short for initial setup and testing i.e. every 1 minute
    2. MUP (Mobile Upload Time), SUP (Standing Upload Time), CheckGSM, CheckM

Adding a Device – “Device Identifier”

  • On the “Tracking in Time” app or cloud system.
  • When adding a device use the last 11 digits of the IMEA number and add a 0 (zero to the left)  – T6 wired unit.
  • 5in1 Unit uses the full IMEA number.
  • OBD plug in units of use the last 10 digits of the IMEA number.
  • Generally the serial number on a GPS will be one of the above numbers you should use.

Summary Quick Setup Example:

  1. Make sure your SIM card is active and working, try it in a phone. (RICA)
  2. Test and make sure you have the correct phone number for the SIM card for the GPS Tracker.
  3. Test sending SMS’s to and from the new SIM card for the GPS Tracker.
  4. Ensure there is SMS’s and Data available on the SIM Card for it to operate.
  5. Insert the SIM into the GPS Tracker. (Ensure it is inserted the correct way around and clicks into place)
  6. Check Lights on GPS (has power)
  7. SMS “886#” to GPS (or phone GPS or SMS G123 or SMS “123” – check your manual)
  8. If you do not get a return SMS, check the SIM card is enabled and working, check the SIM card has DATA, check the SIM card has SMS’s available.
  9. Many GPS Trackers do not take the SIM car the normal way,try inserting the SIM card various ways.
  10. NB: If you do not get a Return SMS then do not proceed past this point until you sort the above out.
  11. SMS is received with the map location and other GPS related data. (Some GPS you can even phone and they will return and SMS with their details)
  12. If you do not get this SMS, DO NOT proceed further. Make sure you have the sim card in the right way around, make sure the GPS has power, make sure the SIM card have available SMS’s.
  13. Generic Plug in OBD GPS Tracker will generally use port 5013.
  14. A generic wired in (has wires) GPS Tracker will generally use port 5002.
  15. For other brands and makes of GPS Trackers please refer to the ports page to get the correct port. (if the port is not correct it will not send data to the server)
  16. Point the GPS to the www.TrackInT.cloud server (197.242.147.49). Send SMS “803#3197.242.147.49#5002#” the most generic ports are 5002 and 5013. Ports are the type of language / protocol each GPS devices uses to send its data to the server. Please see the ports page to check you have the correct port for your GPS.
  17. SMS “886#” again to the phone and check the returned SMS setting are correct.
  18. Then register and login to www.trackint.cloud or download the Trackint Manager app from the google play store and register and login.
  19. Go to devices and add your device using its ID number.
  20. Devices that use TK103 protocol (port 5002) send 12-digit device identifier instead of IMEI. Usually it consists of 11 last digits from IMEI plus leading zero. For example, if IMEI number is 123456789012345, the unique id would be 056789012345. The easiest solution is to register two devices, one with full IMEI and the other one with 12-digit identifier.

Another Summary quick Example using an MTN SIM Card

  1. Ensure sim card has data.
  2. Ensure sim card has available SMS’s
  3. Insert sim card into device
  4. Turn on device
  5. Send SMS: “Begin123456”
    1. Wait for the reply sms
  6. Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
    1. Wait for the reply sms
  7. MTN Send SMS: “apnuser123456*guest” (* is a space)
    1. Wait for the reply sms
  8. MTN Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”
    1. Wait for the reply sms
  9. Send SMS: “adminip123456*242.147.49*5013” (* is a space)
    1. Wait for the reply sms
  10. Send SMS: “upload123456*30” (* is a space) (it will upload data every 30 minutes) (for a car unit you can make it even less, i.e. every 5 minutes)
    1. Wait for the reply sms
  11. Send SMS: “gprs123456” – turns on the data on the device
    1. Wait for the reply sms

Mobile Provider SIM Card Settings for GPS

Vodacom

  • Vodacom Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
  • Vodacom Send SMS: “apnuser123456*guest” (* is a space)
  • Vodacom Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”

MTN

  • MTN Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
  • MTN Send SMS: “apnuser123456*guest” (* is a space)
  • MTN Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”

Cellc

  • Cellc Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
  • Cellc Send SMS: “apnuser123456”
  • Cellc Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”

Telkom

  • Telkom Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
  • Telkom Send SMS: “apnuser123456*guest” (* is a space)
  • Telkom Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456*guest” (* is a space)

Advinne

  • Advinne Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
  • Advinne Send SMS: “apnuser123456”
  • Advinne Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”

Virgin

  • Virgin Send SMS: “apn123456*vdata” (* is a space)
  • Virgin Send SMS: “apnuser123456*guest” (* is a space)
  • Virgin Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”

 

Setting up your GPS Device

  1. Ensure sim card has data.
  2. Ensure sim card has available SMS’s
  3. Insert sim card into device
  4. Turn on device
  5. Phone the device –
    1. Reply SMS – it should reply with it location (a link to google maps), its IMEA / ID number, speed, battery charge etc…
  6. Send an SMS from your phone to the device
    1. “G123456” or “g123456#” –
    2. Reply SMSM – this should also return its location and other details
  7. If you want to lock the device down that only your phone can access and SMS the device the send and SMS
    1. Send SMS to device: “admin123456*YourPhoneNumber” (* is a space) (NOT the devices phone number!)
    2. Reply SMS will be “admin ok”
    3. Alarm information for the device will be sent to the admin number
      1. Over Speed Alarm
      2. Shake Sensor Alarm
  • Battery Low Alarm
  1. SOS Alarm Number Setting
    1. Remember to do point 7 first, set your number as admin
    2. Send SMS to device: “sos123456*YourPhoneNumber” (* is a space) (NOT the devices phone number!)
    3. Reply SMS “sos number ok”
    4. Hold the SOS button for more than 3 seconds to trigger the SOS.
    5. SMS “Help Alarm! Google map etc. details”
    6. Cancel SOS – “nosos123456”
    7. Reply SMS “nosos number ok”
  2. Overspeed Alarm
    1. Remember to do point 7 first, set your number as admin
    2. Send SMS to device: “speed123456*070” (70km/h) (* is a space)
    3. Reply SMS “speed ok”
    4. Speed alarm triggered SMS sent “speed alarm!”
    5. Cancel: “nospeed123456”
    6. Reply SMS “nospeed ok”
  3. Shake / Crash Alarm
    1. Remember to do point 7 first, set your number as admin
    2. Send SMS to device: “shock123456”
    3. Reply SMS: “shock ok”
    4. Triggered SMS “sensor alarm!”
    5. Cancel SMS: “noshock123456”
    6. Reply SMS: “noshock ok”
  4. Time Setting (Default is GMT 0, South Africa is GMT +2)
    1. Send SMS: “timezone123456*+2” (* is a space)
    2. Reply SMS “time ok!”
  5. Reset to factory default (you will lose all your settings!!)
    1. Send SMS “begin123456”
    2. Reply SMS “begin ok”

 

CONNECT GPS TO APP OR SERVER

Please note which service provider sim card is in your device before you begin

  1. Send SMS:
    1. Cellc Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
    2. Vodacom Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
    3. MTN Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
    4. Telkom Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
    5. Advinne Send SMS: “apn123456*internet” (* is a space)
    6. Virgin Send SMS: “apn123456*vdata” (* is a space)
  2. Send SMS: “apnuser123456”
    1. Cellc Send SMS: “apnuser123456”
    2. Vodacom Send SMS: “apnuser123456*guest” (* is a space)
    3. MTN Send SMS: “apnuser123456*guest” (* is a space)
    4. Telkom Send SMS: “apnuser123456*guest” (* is a space)
    5. Advinne Send SMS: “apnuser123456”
    6. Virgin Send SMS: “apnuser123456*guest” (* is a space)
  3. Send SMS: (NOTE: it is not the word password it is passwd, NO “or”)
    1. Cellc Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”
    2. Vodacom Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”
    3. MTN Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”
    4. Telkom Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456*guest” (* is a space)
    5. Advinne Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”
    6. Virgin Send SMS: “apnpasswd123456”
  4. Send SMS: “adminip123456*242.147.49*5013” (* is a space)
    1. Ports (There will be other GPS over time that use different ports)
      1. Mini Tracker – Car or Motor Bike: 6013
      2. Pocket Tracker: 6013
  • 150 Day Tracker: 6013
  1. 90 Day Tracker: 6013
  2. Belt Clip tracker: 6013
  1. Send SMS: “upload123456*30” (* is a space) (it will upload data every 30 minutes)
  2. Send SMS: “gprs123456” – turns on the data on the device

Go to the Google Play Store and download “Trackint GPS Manager/ Tracking in Time Manager” or www.trackint.cloud

  1. (NOTE: “Trackint GPS” app NOT “Clinet Trackint GPS”, Client Trackint GPS is for using your cell phone as a device)
  2. On the Trackint GPS app – open the app & login / register
    1. Go to “Objects”
    2. At the bottom of the screen click “+ Add new device”
    3. Click Main and insert a name for the device and the IMEA / ID number.
    4. (If you don’t have the IMEA/ID number, phone you device or send an SMS “g123456#” the long number in the reply SMS is the IMEA/ID number.
    5. Go to “Advanced” inert the phones number under “Sim no.” remember to use the international number i.e +278212345678 NOT 08212345678
  3. Your device should now connect and start to show data.
  4. If you see a date and time below the device name it is connecting, if it shows “Not Connected” then something has gone wrong with the process above.
  5. Red – means device is not sending gps data. Yellow – device is sending data, but not moving or sending keep-alive messages (Send SMS: “upload123456*30”)
  6. RESET: If this does not work, you may have to reset your device (this will clear all settings and restore factory default)
    1. Send SMS “begin123456”
    2. Reply SMS “begin ok!”