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Talk:Finding position in Java ME

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24 Sep
Article Review by kalki (20090924)

Article is all about using how to make Location Based Application. LBS application use some basic information to find some interesting places.Articles gives code example of usage of Location Class and its different methods. Ways to get Current Position of the Device or user.

Code Given in this article can become the primary source for those who wants to develop LBS application. Code Example should must try. It gives expected out.


Ravindrashenoy - Not working for E63

Hello, i built this application and tried to run it on nokia e63. Its not working on that. It gives a Location request timeout exception. I understand that e63 doesnt have builtin GPS, but the API should be able to get network based location right?

Any pointers?

ravindrashenoy 16:11, 8 May 2012 (EEST)

Skalogir - Network based location retrieval is only supported on Series 40 devices

Please check my answer on this thread:

skalogir 22:29, 11 May 2012 (EEST)

Leka Ali - using Longitude and latitude coordinates to obtain the axact location(i.e. country's name ,state and street names)

i want to use latitude and longitude coordinates to obtain the country name, province/state and street name and i dont know how to do that since im new to mobile dev. Plz help

Leka Ali 16:33, 18 June 2013 (EEST)

Hamishwillee - Leka Ali - discussion boards

Hi Leka This article was written 7 years ago and the author may no longer be watching. I suggest you ask the question on the Java Discussion boards.

In general, wiki comments are for questions specific to the article, or improving it. If you have a question that is outside scope then ask on discussion boards (unless you think it should be part of the article scope).



hamishwillee 04:38, 20 June 2013 (EEST)


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