Android locator wqed

 

I have Xamarin Studio, and I need to specify the Android SDK Location. I have previously had Xamarin Studio working on my pc, and for some reason, I need to enter this again.

Have you tried to find this folder via the Windows explorer? Can it been seen? Maybe the folder is hidden (by default install - it is hidden by the Windows operating system in the users folder). Just check that you can view hidden folders in Windows explorer (by the settings in the windows control panel > appearance and personalization > folder options > show hidden files and folders.

This happened to me as the Windows OS could not find the SDK folder which was required for the Android Studio SDK path, and was resolved by showing hidden files and folders, which enabled me to complete the default SDK install path location.

Android locator wqed

This recipe will show how to get the location of the device. When a button on the activity is clicked by the user, then a street address that is close to the location will also be displayed.

This recipe is deprecated but is retained to support those devices that do not have Google Play Services installed. Android applications should use the Fused Location Provider that is available through Google Play Services.

Declare the permissions necessary to use the Geocoder class. This is not strictly necessary for obtaining the GPS coordinates of the device, but this example will attempt to provide a street address for the current location:

I have Xamarin Studio, and I need to specify the Android SDK Location. I have previously had Xamarin Studio working on my pc, and for some reason, I need to enter this again.

Have you tried to find this folder via the Windows explorer? Can it been seen? Maybe the folder is hidden (by default install - it is hidden by the Windows operating system in the users folder). Just check that you can view hidden folders in Windows explorer (by the settings in the windows control panel > appearance and personalization > folder options > show hidden files and folders.

This happened to me as the Windows OS could not find the SDK folder which was required for the Android Studio SDK path, and was resolved by showing hidden files and folders, which enabled me to complete the default SDK install path location.

Knowing a user’s location in an Android app can be extremely useful. Users take their devices everywhere and are constantly using them on the go, and as developers we can capitalize on that by providing a more contextual experience based on their current location.

Accessing the current location of an Android device is easier than ever, but it can still be a little tricky, especially for the first time. What follows is a guide on the very basics of retrieving a user’s current location and displaying it with a marker on a map. The project files for this project are available on GitHub , but follow along and in a few minutes we’ll build a super simple location finder!

This is a somewhat complex topic in Android, but these step-by-step guidelines should explain everything you need. If you would like to learn more about the fundamentals of Android programming that lead up to this, please check out my Android Development Track on Treehouse.

If you are developing any location based app, you can make your app more smarter by finding user’s location automatically. For this you need to integrate location modules in your application. This tutorial covers how to integrate location module in your apps.

This tutorial uses older APIs to fetch user’s location. Now google introduced new way of getting user’s location using Google Play Services. Read Android Location API using Google Play Services to get the location using play services.

2 . Open AndroidManifest.xml and add ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION (Which includes both ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION and ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION). Also if you are getting network-based location then you need to add INTERNET permission too.