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Hello, I have app on my symbian phone to track GPS called "TTGpsLogger". It can export data into GPX but when I uploaded my data into traces on osm, but it didn't upload and it said that


It looks like your GPX file


failed to import. Here's the error:

 Found no good GPX points in the input data

What can I do with it? This is the file: gpx file

Here is a sample of the file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <gpx version="1.0" creator="TTGPSLogger Version 0.4 beta" xmlns:xsi="" xmlns="" xsi:schemaLocation=""> <trk> <trkseg> <trkpt lon="16,657233" lat="49,204849"> <time>2010-09-15T07:36:10Z</time> <ele>402,0</ele> <fix>3d</fix> <sat>4</sat> <hdop>1,91</hdop> <vdop>1,00</vdop> <pdop>2,16</pdop> </trkpt>

asked 16 Sep '10, 19:55

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Garret Raziel
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edited 12 Mar '11, 00:07

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It seems there is a problem with the gpx file. The xml specifications specifies that the decimal separator should be a dot (.) however in the file provided this is a comma (,). A global search and replace should fix this easily.

The problem has been reported on the TTGpsLogger bug tracker and there is several workarounds and even a patch and a patched version of the program that you might want to look at.

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answered 16 Sep '10, 20:34

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edited 16 Sep '10, 21:22

Maybe something is wrong with the coordinates or the timestamps in your GPX file. To examine this, you could load the file in any suitable application where you can have a better look at the entries.

A collection can be found at

One possibility to fix errors in the XML format is to load the file in and save it back in any GPX format.

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answered 16 Sep '10, 20:21

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edited 16 Sep '10, 20:49

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