Thanks to this forum now i get the mock location provider working with the google map in Android .
But what i really wish is to make a real bluetooth GPS working with Android. I make a Java program where i can get the data from my BT GPS via a COM port.
But if it had to work with Android the data should be place in a directory as /data/app/misc/location/myBTgps/nmea in the Android filesystem.
So my question is how is the easiest way to do this (or what is the correct way)? Is there any API in android which directly can get data from BT GPS?
I see the way getting the GPS data from the COM port of my PC and then written an application which automatically transfer data to /data/app/misc/location/myBTgps/nmea is not a good idea, because is won't work on a real Android Mobile phone.
Hope some of you can helps answering my questions.