When GPS information is not available-- how to handle it

by Sean » Wed, 17 Dec 2008 02:34:50 GMT

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 We all know that GPS information is not always available (e.g., my GPS
lost its location information when it is inside a building).

If an application calls android location API to try to retrieve its
location information (when the GPS module can't report the
information, as described above), how should the application handle it
in general?



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