Advice on Creating a GPS Enabled Application
As the subject says, I am trying to figure out how to create a GPS enabled application. I am looking for a handset that allows this that works with AT&T Wireless, or Sprint. I am not concerned with the programming language to be used, however; I do want it to use satellite GPS, so when someone is out of the Network, the application can still function correctly.
Speed, and relative accuracy of the GPS fix are not necessarily important.
Does anyone know of a handset that fits this bill?
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Problem statement is inside the zip file.
Problem is that I cant manage InputStream array to play sound. Can any body tell me whats the problem.
Nokia 6200 (from Cingular)
b/c my phone only picks up Cingular, which has no service in the area (even though AT&T has GSM towers all over the area)
(on the at&t version of this phone, there is the option of "System Selection" (changing networks), but the cingular version does not have it)
so does anybody know any codes that could add to my reception, (like changing networks...)
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