geo fix in emulator - strange pattern in gps fix timestamps

by » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 08:03:50 GMT

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The problem is that location.getTime() returns UTC timestamp.
You have to convert it in a GMT timestamp.

If you already solved the problem could you please post the solution.

regards Fabi


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