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you can also consider Mappt www.mappt.com.au where you can load Shapefiles, JP2's and also KML and KMZ.
I think you shouldn't use mMapContainer.addView(mMapView); code block. You can say why ? I can answer. When you inflating class you already inflating mapView. With the mMapContainer.addView(mMapView); code block. You add mapView two times. So LogCat give error to you.
there are two ways : you can use extra app, just to convert your kml files to "earth" file (the file become ready to use in google earth android) in here maybe now you use earth 8.0, please uninstall it and use another version of google earth for your android. check Google Earth 220.127.116.111
There is not to my knowledge any ready-made, reusable solution for doing this. However, I can share what I've done in the past. There are three parts to what you're trying to accomplish: Automatically detecting and downloading updates to the GTFS feed. A simple approach might be to subscribe (in a feed-reader) to the RSS feed published by GTFS Data ...
Using https://www.google.com/mymaps has the option to export to KML or KMZ, but only if you built your directions in the mymaps interface.
yes there are many GNSS RTK receivers example STONEX GNSS or North GNSS that they send NMEA to the BlueTooth Also you could read the manuals from Javad and other GNSS ventors to intergrate in your application their GNSS futures. you can use the SSP example to connect to them Example Application is on Google Play the MyRTK
SpatiaLite ,a spatial extension to SQLite is the best option for mobile applications.
here is an extension called CarryMap. It does what you exactly want. It exports your mxd into an Exe file that can be opened with a double click. No other software is needed. Furthermore it export your map for use in Android or iOS devices! However you should pay to have the extension (commercial extension). http://www.dataeast.com/en/carrymap.asp ...
This is hard to answer without knowing more of your aims and the type of data you intend to view. But Shapefiles are well supported by FOSS due to their de facto standard status. It may be worth looking at the OGC GeoPackage standard which is the latest format to be described as the "new shapefile". It is supported by GDAL/OGR, QGis and GeoTools at least and ...
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