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Mock Location Issue

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Mock Location Issue

Postby ashish » Fri Mar 20, 2009 6:09 pm

i have created one application which uses gps.so,to test on emulator i have used mock location provider.

under mainifest i have given the permission......

"android.permission.ACCESS_MOCK_LOCATION"

on emulator it was working fine,but when i tested on real android phone it was not showing me mylocation.

so i think it is still trying to use mock location provider.

so,whether it is necessary to remove ACCESS_MOCK_LOCATION"
permission from manifest......
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