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GPS_CAPABILITY_ON_DEMAND_TIME refers to the ability of the Android framework to trigger an injection of the current time into the GPS engine. This is used as part of the assistance data to speed up time-to-first-fix. Here's where the constant is used in the Android framework: ...


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You could use gdal/ogr on android to do the conversion. Building gdal/ogr and spatiallite for android is not difficult if you have used the ndk before.


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You are setting the MapView's MapOptions twice, first in the layout through the mapoptions. parameter settings then in code with arcMapView.setMapOptions(mStreetsBasemap);. With both of these set you should see the Topo Basemap which is coming from your layout View. You should remove arcMapView.setMapOptions(mStreetsBasemap); from your source. If you ...


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To start, you must first georeference the image. Once you have it georeferenced, standard mapping libraries will be able to display it and support pan/zoom etc. If your image is large, you can create tiles and display it. See Google Maps API for Android Tile Overlay For calculating routes, you will need road network data. You will need to digitize the road ...


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You should work with device sensors to determine device direction for which Android does provide an API as well. You can refer http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/sensors/sensors_overview.html To calculate the closest object, you will have to make an algorithm which keeps on checking distance between your position and every other object in a given ...


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The findBestSequence parameter on the RouteParameters class should re-order the stops in the most efficient order (depending on whether you want shortest or fastest route), from the API help : Find Best Sequence Gets or sets a value indicating whether the analysis should reorder stops to find the optimized route. The default is false. Note using ...


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ShapefileFeatureTable allows a shapefile to be opened and displayed in a map using a FeatureLayer. Basic usage offered below: ShapefileFeatureTable mTable; try { mTable = new ShapefileFeatureTable(mShapefilePath); mFlayer = new FeatureLayer(mTable); mMapView.addLayer(mFlayer); Log.d("**ShapefileTest**", "SpatialReference : "+ ...


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I'm not familiar with the 62 series, but I suspect the issue is similar to or the same as with the 60/76 series. The problem is that GPS unit can only use a specific communications protocol that is not widely supported (Garmin PVT) when connected via USB. It supports a variety of communication protocols over serial, including NMEA, but not over USB. This may ...


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The application should have zero impact on the accuracy of the GPS point data collected. It's entirely dependent on the hardware, as all the apps will tie into the hardware's GPS reporting. The only way the app will have any sort of impact is if it allows for or incorporates averaging readings over time. Most of the other advanced error correction for GPS ...



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