.mapeosettings file is a tar file, similar to a zip file. You can see the contents of the file by changing the file extension to
.tar and using any application that can extract tar files.
Before loading your preset configuration file into the phone, use
mapeo-settings lint to test your files to make sure they will compile on the phone.
Run the following command if you are using the default template.
npm test...Presets valid
Now, you are ready to load your settings to Mapeo Mobile.
.mapeosettings file to .tar
Then expand .tar file by double clicking to open it
Copy that folder onto the phone
See https://github.com/digidem/mapeo-mobile#usage for latest published documentation
Plug in the device to your computer using a USB cable.
Set the mode for USB debugging on the phone to 'Transfer Files'.
In the terminal, typing
adb devices should give you the following output:
$ adb devicesList of devices attachedZY223D4VVS device
Now, you'll need to place the presets folder in the appropriate directory on the Android device using
adb push ./mapeo-settings-myproject-v1.0.0/* /sdcard/Android/data/com.mapeo/files/presets/default
Did it work? Test that the files are available on the device by using the shell.
$ adb shell ls /sdcard/Android/data/com.mapeo/files/presets/default
If it worked correctly, you should see the following output
Mapeo Desktop supports importing
.mapeosettings files in the user interface.
After you've created your settings file, you can import it by navigating to File->Import Configuration....
You can also extract the
.mapeosettings file as a tar file into the following directory:
USERDATA is the per-user application data directory, which by default points to:
%APPDATA% on Windows
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME or ~/.config on Linux
~/Library/Application Support on macOS
This folder (
default) expects these files directly in under this default folder (i.e. no sub-folder with a different name):