Android locator vq35de

 

Already read a lot of tutorials and implemented 4 or 5 existing classes to my project and all of them are giving me the last coordinates but not the current ones.

I'm pretty sure that the problem is something fundamental that I am missing but I am not able to understand what exactly it is.

Acctualy GPS possitioning works fine, but NETWORK positioning dosn't. When Ive turned devices GPS on cordinates keep changing while im moving, but dosnt happence same when I have turn it off and relay on the NETWORK_PROVIDER

Android locator vq35de

Android device owners that use location-related services and apps a lot, and would like to track and access their own location for a change , can do so on Google Maps by going to location history.

One reddit thread discusses how Android device users can view their location history “minute-by-minute” by going to this Google Maps URL: maps.google.com/locationhistory . There, you can browse location history by day, which should show up on a map, assuming that you have location services enabled on your device.

Because Google does the actual tracking of your location, you’d have to agree to Google monitoring that data for you in order for the service to work. Otherwise, you’ll get a blank map, as shown below:

Already read a lot of tutorials and implemented 4 or 5 existing classes to my project and all of them are giving me the last coordinates but not the current ones.

I'm pretty sure that the problem is something fundamental that I am missing but I am not able to understand what exactly it is.

Acctualy GPS possitioning works fine, but NETWORK positioning dosn't. When Ive turned devices GPS on cordinates keep changing while im moving, but dosnt happence same when I have turn it off and relay on the NETWORK_PROVIDER

Not everyone knows what Google knows about us , but we all know that our Android devices love tracking us. Don’t get me wrong, giving Google access to your location has actually quite a lot of benefits:

However, you might still want to disable location tracking on your Android device for your own reasons. It’s very simple to do, so let me show you how it goes:

In the Google Settings app select “Location” to get to Android’s location settings (also accessible via Settings > Location). You should now see this screen:

This recipe will show how to get the location of the device. When a button on the activity is clicked by the user, then a street address that is close to the location will also be displayed.

This recipe is deprecated but is retained to support those devices that do not have Google Play Services installed. Android applications should use the Fused Location Provider that is available through Google Play Services.

Declare the permissions necessary to use the Geocoder class. This is not strictly necessary for obtaining the GPS coordinates of the device, but this example will attempt to provide a street address for the current location: