Can't see detailed rout on maps

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    Pierosparviero

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    I tried many apps that exploit my Android smartphone (Honor 9 lite) and buid a GPX file with time and gotags.
    When I open those files with a gps viewer (I tried several), they show a straight lint that goes from my starting to my endpoint.

    Maybe thi is correct - o maybe I do something wrong.

    Would anybody know?

    Thank you.
    Pierosparviero.
     
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    Which App. did you use to create the GPX file?
    Which Apps. are you using to display the created GPX file?

    You can create a GPX Track file using the OSMAnd App (This is free to use), then load this GPX file onto a different smartphone running the OSMAnd App. to display the Track - give it a try
     
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    Thanks, I'll give it a try.
     
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    I tried wiht at least 5 trackers and 4 or 5 viewers. I'm sure that I make a mistake somewhere.
     
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    In OSMAnd to create a GPX file :-
    open-menus.jpg >> Plugins >> Trip Recording


    In OSMAnd to View a recorded (or imported) GPX :-
    open-menus.jpg >> Configure Map >> GPX Files
     
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