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  1. #1
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    JSR-179 in the real world

    Hi,
    I have devloped a GPS based application.
    It working great. But on a real device, the device displays an alert for confirmation each time the application using the -
    Code:
    LocationProvider.getInstance(cr);
    How can I remove this annoying message?
    Thanks,
    Eyal.

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    Re: JSR-179 in the real world

    I think you already know the answer... signing might help you remove the prompt. Or it might not. No guarantees.

    Graham.

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    LocationProvider Prompt

    Hi,
    I wonering whether signing my application will eliminate the LocationProvider prompt.
    What is the best way for eliminate this annoying message that has been raised whenever the application receive a signal?
    Thanks,
    Eyal.

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    Re: LocationProvider Prompt

    There is no guaranteed way to eliminate the security prompts. Depending on device, signing might enable the option for the user to switch the prompts off, and/or change the default option to "ask once" rather than "ask each time". Actual results will depend on device.

    Note that signing may prevent the application from installing on some devices.

    Graham.

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