by dave.marsden » Tue, 11 Nov 2008 04:09:47 GMT

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 I'm using the following statement to request updates on my G1s
position :


Which I reckon shuold give me an update every 30sec when the device
has moved more than 30 metres.

However the device seems to get updates much more frequently. Anybody
any ideas?


by Christine » Tue, 11 Nov 2008 04:23:23 GMT

 The documentation says that you can specify these parameters but you
have no guarantee that you will get updates as you specify them.

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by crontabpy » Thu, 27 Nov 2008 20:57:38 GMT

 "In case the provider is disabled by the user, updates will stop, and
the onProviderDisabled(String)  method will be called. As soon as the
provider is enabled again, the onProviderEnabled(String) method will
be called and location updates will start again. "

Is there a way to enable or disable gps provider in the emulator to
get to run this methods?



by iAmACyborg » Mon, 22 Dec 2008 10:12:37 GMT

 You'll have to store the last time and place the update was received
for. Then when you get a new update; compare it to the saved values.
If the difference is >= your minimum, update the stored values and
pass the update on.

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