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If you're inclined to set up your own server for the area you're interested in routing within, you can check out the open-source OpenTripPlanner (OTP) project for multimodal trip planning. OTP uses OpenStreetMap data for car/bike/pedestrian routing, and General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) data for transit data. We've developed an open-source ...
The only OSM routing I've performed was using pgRouting. This is an extension for PostGIS. I found it a bit cumbersome to use. However, assuming you don't want to write your own algorithm, then this is going to have to be one of the options to consider. You would have to implement it on a server and then your android device communicate to the server. I ...
For Android there are still many limitations. For example you can't get the newest Plugins and the GUI is difficult to use as well. Generally the plugins and tools that comes with it has limitations as well. Some good people are working on it. I personally will love to have a functional Android on my Nexus while I'm on the move.
You specify the layers you want to identify in the IdentifyParameters constructor. You can use the IdentifyTask on single tap by implementing the MapView.setOnSingleTapListener().
I've figured this on my own by adding the following code: int loaded = mvHelper.addMarkerGraphic(loc.getLatitude(), loc.getLongitude(), "Jordan", "Amman", null, icon, false, 0);
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