How to Use GPS Tracker Parameter Editor V1.39.rar to Configure Your GPS Trackers
If you have a GPS tracker device such as GT30, GT30X, GT60, VT300, VT310, or MVT400, you may want to use a software tool called GPS Tracker Parameter Editor V1.39.rar to configure its settings and parameters. This tool allows you to enable GPRS tracking, set TCP/UDP communication, authorize SMS tracking numbers, change passwords, and more.
In this article, we will show you how to install and use GPS Tracker Parameter Editor V1.39.rar on your Windows computer. You will need a USB cable and a USB-to-Serial Adaptor supplied by your GPS tracker provider. You will also need to download the software tool and the driver for the USB-to-Serial Adaptor from the links below:
GPS Tracker Parameter Editor V1.39.rar [^1^]
CP210x USB Driver [^2^]
Step 1: Install the Driver for the USB-to-Serial Adaptor
Before you connect your GPS tracker to your computer, you need to install the driver for the USB-to-Serial Adaptor. This will allow your computer to recognize the device and communicate with it.
To install the driver, follow these steps:
Run CP210x Driver Installer.exe from the folder CP210x USB Driver in the CD or download it from the link above.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
Connect the USB cable and USB-to-Serial Adaptor with your computer and then open Device Manager. You can do this by right-clicking on My Computer, selecting Properties, and then clicking on Device Manager.
You should see Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port under Ports (COM & LPT). Note down the COM number that is assigned to it. It may be COM3, COM4, COM9, or something else depending on your computer.
Step 2: Run GPS Tracker Parameter Editor V1.39.rar
Now that you have installed the driver, you can run GPS Tracker Parameter Editor V1.39.rar to configure your GPS tracker. To do this, follow these steps:
Run GPS Tracker Parameter Editor V1.39.exe from the folder GPS Tracker Parameter Editor in the CD or download it from the link above.
Select the same COM as the Device Manager shows and click Start.
Press and hold the SOS button and turn on your GPS tracker. All LED lights will be on. The tracker is now ready to be configured.
Click the Read button to read all preset parameters.
Step 3: Configure Your GPS Tracker Settings
Once you have read all preset parameters, you can change them according to your needs and preferences. Here are some of the settings that you can configure:
GPRS: Check GPRS to enable GPRS tracking. This will allow your GPS tracker to send location data to a server via internet.
TCP/UDP: Choose TCP or UDP communication mode. TCP is more reliable but slower than UDP.
Tracker ID: Set an ID for your GPS tracker. For example: 888888.
APN: Name of your APN provider. This is usually provided by your SIM card operator.
APN Account and APN password: Input user name and password if any. If not, leave these two items blank.
IP and Port: Input the IP and Port of your server. This is where your GPS tracker will send location data via GPRS. ec8f644aee