This is a trial version of G-NetLook Pro. It has following limitations:
- max number of cells - 15
- max number of log points - 100
Get full version of G-NetLook Pro on these appstores:
Google Play: http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gyokovsolutions.gnetlookpro
***NEW*** in G-NetLook Pro v2.2 is added option to load site and log data from G-NetWorld web service. Analyze logs in real time!
See video demo here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oVdgKtH2NE
With G-NetLook Pro you can open and analyze G-NetTrack logfiles and visualize cells and neighbor relations
Sample data files are copied on first run of the app after installation. They are in SDCARD/G-NetLook/celldata folder. The files are:
- cellfile.txt - file with cell information
- neifile.txt - neighbor relations
- test_logfile.txt - sample logfile to use with the app
On some phones Menu is accessible via pressing and holding the current apps button.
How to open logfile:
1. Open the app
2. Press Menu - Load Logfile. Browse to logfile and select it. You can use the sample logfile - test_logfile.txt in G-NetLook/celldata folder.
3. Once the file is loaded you can play, pause or step forward and backward through it with help of navigation buttons.
4. Using drop down menu you can change thematic maps (LEVEL, QUAL, CELL, SNR, CQI, DLBITRATE, ULBITRATE, PING, SPEED, ALTITUDE, NEIGHBOR LEVELS etc...)
5. On tab LOG you can see the data for selected point.
6. On CHART tab you can see charts with measurements. Zoom in/out with the buttons.
How to load cell data:
1. open the app
2. press Menu - Load Data ( the cell and neighbors files - cellfile.txt or cellfile.clf and neifile.txt should be located in [SDCARD]/G-NetLook/celldata
3. There are two ways to select a cell and visualize its neighbors - search for cellname - tap on the middle of cell line or cell label to show info window showing cellname and then tap on the info window.
4. On CELL tab you can see cell data and its neighbor cells
Two types of neighbors are visualized - outgoing and incoming. - outgoing - they are shown as lines starting from end of the cell line - incoming - they are shown as lines starting from middle of the cell line
In this way you can check easily if the neighbor relation is reciprocal or only outgoing or incoming.
The color of neighbor line depends on the target cell network type. If it is 2G it is blue, 3G - red and 4G - green.