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I was working on a solution to this problem myself, maybe this is of any use: reverse geocoder cache This cache uses dynamically sized tiles which hold the cached information. So if you wanted to cache the results of the google places API, you would set the tile-size to maybe 10 meters (like the length of a house). In case you were caching timezone-ids, a ...


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It may not be your gps readings. The map base is unlikely to be as accurate as your readings. You are probably/possibly experiencing the difference between absolute position and relative/cartographic/ortho position. Unless the area you are surveying has been mapped to high accuracy putting your position on it may well appear innaccurate.


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you can find the current storage folder of the Mapillary Android app under Settings-> Developer in the app. If you go there with a file explorer, you should be able to see the originals before they are uploaded. Otherwise, clicking on an image in the approval view will open an image in the phones default picture viewer, from where you can save and share a ...


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You can hide the admin settings by doing those changes : decompile you apk by using tools like "apk Icon Editor" go to the decompiled temp folder on "C:\Users[your account]\AppData\Local\Temp\apk-icon-editor" choose your default admin options once as you want in "C:\Users[your account]\AppData\Local\Temp\apk-icon-editor\apk\res\xml\admin_preferences.xml" ...


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Yes, using the server-side Geocoding API without displaying the results on a Google Map violates Google's Maps API Terms-of-Service. From Section 10.1.1(h): No Use of Content without a Google Map. You must not use or display the Content without a corresponding Google map, unless you are explicitly permitted to do so in the Maps APIs Documentation. In ...


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The level of details are set by the service and the sample is based on the service you referenced which has 10 levels of detail. Here is the Esri basemap service which supports 20 levels of detail > http://services.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/rest/services/World_Street_Map/MapServer. With respect to the sample you referenced, you can update the items ArrayList ...


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You can adjust the marker symbol by getting the default symbol from LocationDisplayManager and offsetting the marker with your fixed distance then set the adjusted symbol to the LocationDisplayManager. Example code below: LocationDisplayManager locDispMgr = mMapView.getLocationDisplayManager(); try { // Get the default marker symbol ...


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You can use Maps.Me. This does not use Google Maps, instead it is based on OpenStreetMap. It allows downloading maps to use offline - you can download a complete country or state at once. You can add "Bookmarks" on the map for places you are interested in. You can import a KML file as bookmarks. ie email the KML to your phone, then open the file in Maps.Me. ...


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One alternative would be to enable geolocation in your phones camera app and snap pictures where you would like to drop a point. You could then create points from the the coordinates that you would like to mark from Lat/Long (exif data) in your photos at a later time using Google Earth and export to .kml.


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You can download a portion of Google Maps onto your Android phone by zooming to the area that you want to save and then in the search menu type "Ok maps" without the quotation marks. This will save a copy to your phone. Remember to be on WiFi when doing this, as a significant amount of data will be downloaded. Furthermore, no route-planning will be available ...


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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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