URGENT ...How to get MCC , MNC, LAC of neighboring cells

by BowlOfChilli » Fri, 22 Jan 2010 09:09:59 GMT


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 Does anyone how to get MCC, MNC , LAC of neighboring cells on a GSM
network?. A number of people have posted but nobody has responded to
this question


I am utilizing the getNeighboringCellsInfo method of the telephony
manager to get the cells. thanks


Thanks,
Fawad.

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URGENT ...How to get MCC , MNC, LAC of neighboring cells

by Simon Tennant (Buddycloud) » Sat, 23 Jan 2010 03:25:58 GMT


 Have a grep through the buddycloud source code.  We collect all of these.

code here:  
 http://code.google.com/p/buddycloud/source/browse/trunk/client/android/main/src/com/buddycloud/android/buddydroid/collector/CellListener.java 


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I am utilizing the getNeighboringCellsInfo method of the telephony manager to get the cells. thanks
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