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Recording a track is technically a continuous saving of a chain of trackpoints - places that are marked by unique GPS coordinates - like breadcrumbs that someone leaves behind when moving. The density of the trackpoints/breadcrumbs can be pre-defined in recording profiles and varies according to used activity - walk, run, biking or driving by car. The faster the activity, the less dense are the trackpoints and the longer is the supposed traveled distance.
Tracks records are saved, stored in folders, can be sorted, filtered or edited later. More about it in the article Track/Route Management >>.
Let's start with a quick video overview:
System battery optimization warning - if the optimization is enabled for Locus Map the recording will not function correctly as the system will try to kill Locus when it works in the background. We strongly recommend to exclude Locus Map from ALL means of battery optimization. More >>
The recording-start panel changes into recording-control panel.
Track recording activity is visible also in your system notification bar.