The Notification Panel is a place to quickly access and change the current operation modes for a smartphone or tablet. The Panel can be accessed by swiping your finger either from the top or from the bottom of the screen.
The following table provides some recommendations to follow for the application to run correctly:
|For the app to function properly and synchronize data with the server online, the device must be connected to the Internet|
|As a rule, turning on this mode may result in geodata and the Internet access restriction|
|It is recommended to turn on the WiFi module for fast and energy-efficient geolocation in urban and indoor environments|
|It is recommended to turn on the Bluetooth module for fast and energy-efficient geolocation in urban and indoor environments|
Geodata sources in the X-GPS
To determine locations, the X-GPS App uses satellite GPS/GLONASS navigation as well as alternative geolocation methods, for example, by cellular base stations and Wi-Fi hotspots.
Apart from this, the application supports smart energy-saving algorithms and special settings that allow users to get the desired accuracy with minimal battery consumption — when walking or driving.
Find our more about X-GPS app on Apple devices with FAQ below.
Yes, the application will autostart after the reboot in case it was active before the shutdown. Please bear in mind that the reopening process might take some time (from 5 to 15 minutes) and can be performed under certain conditions only. The location of the device must remain updated for the application to start. This limitation is due to the proper features of the iOS operating system.
No, it cannot. We believe that hidden surveillance is unethical and therefore do not provide such an opportunity. In addition, in most countries, it is illegal. The user will always be aware of the X-GPS application presence: it will be visible in notifications and in the application manager.
No, we do not allow setting such restrictions since this violates the policy of the hardware manufacturer and the operating system.