APlogger Update 1.0.4 & 1.0.5

APlogger In the last few days there have been two updates to APlogger making a few small changes to the app. The update to 1.0.4 removed microseconds from the logfile and the update to version 1.0.5 keeps your auto-scanning settings when you close and reopen the app. Both are updates that I can’t really give you screenshots for! But…they are still good updates! :)

APlogger is available in the Installer.app through the ModMyiFone.com source.

APlogger Update 1.0.5

New App – APlogger

APlogger APlogger (Access Point Logger) is an app that lets you log access points and their signal strength based on location. It is available in the Installer.app through the ModMyiFone.com source. Once the app is open…you can go into the settings, by tapping Settings in the upper left corner, and choose your options…you can turn on/off your WiFi and the Auto Scanning. If you turn on Auto Scanning to can choose how often you want it to auto scan from every 5 second to every 30 seconds. You will also notice that it gives you the file location so that you can later OpenSSH in and get the scan information. You can also delete your your current logfile by tapping on delete and then Delete logfile. To get back to the main screen…tap Main View in the upper left corner.

When you first open the app everything will be blank and the Current location will be #0. Tap Mark and scan in the lower right corner to begin. It will then give you the number of unique APs that are available and the max RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication – I wikied it :) ). If you tap the blue arrow next to the unique APs [Read more…]