Location Providers

by Bradley Kite » Sun, 19 Oct 2008 08:39:27 GMT


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 Hi all,

The LocationProvider class (android.location.LocationProvider) is
documented as being an abstract super-class, However I could not find
any concrete classes (eg GPSLocationProvider, CellLocationProvider,
WifiLocationProvider etc.).

Does any body (either from within google, or otherwise) know which
location providers are actually implemented?

How would one go about implementing other LocationProviders?

Many thanks in advance.
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