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Old 07-18-2008, 04:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

i get the gps interval at every 1 here is the code

_locationProvider.setLocationListener(xll, 60, 1, 1);


for some time i have to stop the GPS data....... how to stop the gps data ..through the code..


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_locationProvider.setLocationListener(null,-1,-1,-1);
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how i am stopping the previous interval...
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Well it is a bit complex. There can be multiple listeners to the GPS, each with its own interval etc. For example a user could run Google Maps and Blackberry Maps at the same time. Each would establish a LocationListener. When a listener no longer wants to receive location data there are two options:

Code:
_locationProvider.setLocationListener(null,-1,-1,-1); //registration of any previously set listener is cancelled
_locationProvider.setLocationListener(_listener, 0, -1, -1); //the application wants to receive only provider status updates and not location updates at all.
This is of course all documented in the API documentation.
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