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05-11-2010 02:09 AM
I am new to BlackBerry, I come to know that We can use Internet as GPS in mobile though mobile dosent have inbuilt GPS, So I want code for that,If any one can Help.....
05-11-2010 02:28 AM
Do you mean using location services for devices with no gps as Google Maps?
If thats the case please take a look on this post:
If no GPS one alternative is to use Cell Tower location, but it depends on many things.
05-11-2010 10:41 AM
Take a look on the RadioInfo Class as described in the previous link I sent. There is no exact procedure on how to do this. If device has no GPS you can only provide an estimated location to the end user using the cell tower approach.
What you basically do is Compare the CellID, MCC, MNC from the users carrier with a database to give an estimation. But of course for that you need the database.
take a look on http://www.opencellid.org/
05-12-2010 04:46 AM
I found some api links which returns location info based on celltower,