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AFAIK there is (currently) no such lib https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Frameworks


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2 excellent solutions: OsmAnd or in GooglePlay which is an excellent App which allow you to download OSM maps for all the world in vector format... so it is very useful (to find place by name for example) and you can have mountain shadow, elevation lines, etc. You can easily also register waypoint or tracks which are saved in GPX. GPX tracks or points can ...


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Take a look at this software, its so cool for this task: http://www.the-thorns.org.uk/mapping/ This is the software for your needs.It converts the image into the right sqlite format that you can use with your locus appliocation.


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You can try converting your *.tpk to a GeoPackage. The current release of ArcGIS Android v10.2.4 supports vector geopackage format. Here is a blog post about support for geopackage in ArcGIS. The *.mbtiles file used in the LocalMBTiles sample is vector based and is 1.6MB.


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I would extract out the basemap in the form as MBTiles, see the Android SDK link below: Local MBTiles


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Your issue is with the service url string, you don't need the ? appended at the end: // set up the wms url wmsURL = "http://wms.openweathermap.org/service"; wmsLayer = new WMSLayer(wmsURL); wmsLayer.setImageFormat("image/png"); // available layers String[] visibleLayers = {"clouds", "precipitation"}; wmsLayer.setVisibleLayer(visibleLayers); ...


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Did you try the QGIS for Android? It is still in a rather early developement stage, but it should do the trick. You can find it here: http://hub.qgis.org/projects/android-qgis



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