Recent news told us that Apple saves our iPhone locations in the past in a file called ‘consolidated.db’. Looks like it is triangulated positions since the precision is low.
Want to see where you have been? Get the Mac-app and check it out! If you are not paranoid its cool.
But what if iPhone Tracker tells you “Could not load consolidated.db file from ‘/Users/<username>/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup’”?
Well, then you probably have an encrypted backup which cannot be read. If you still want to see what information there is saved then do the following:
- Go into iTunes and uncheck the “Encrypt iPhone backup” checkbox.
- Wait until the backup is completed. Will take roughly one minute.
- Restart iPhone Tracker.
But hey! Where is that frikkin’ ‘consolidated.db’ file? I can’t find it in the folder you wrote. Well, read more on the site where you found iPhone Tracker and you’ll be wiser.
If Hacker and iPhone_is_jailbroken => http://pastebin.com/16esjMgd