I am trying to create a height profile from the GPS positions I recorded last week while hiking. I used the App GPS Logger (now called GPS Offline Logger) on Android 2.3.5/Samsung GT-S5570 and managed to have it create .kml-Files, and from the second day on, also .gpx-Files. Now, the .gpx-Files contain a lot more information (like accuracy and height) than the .kml-Files (Which are just a <linestring> with a list of coodinates).
Is there any way to have the app create the .gpx File for the missing day or can I (maybe using ADB via Ubuntu) directly access the application's internal database and get the data from there? (If I click "show logs" and then long-click, "show details" twice, all needed information is displayed.)