2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 3, 2009 1:39 PM by 807581

    Using Java to obtain Coordinates from a phone's built in GPS


      As the title says, I would like to know if it is possible to write an application which 'gets' the phone's position through its built in GPS and send it across the net as a data packet.

      I have no experience in Java applications for phones, so I don't know if what I would like to do can be done, and if it can be done, I don't know how.

      If this can be done, will the phone OS give me troubles since I will be accessing a component of the phone? So far, I haven't chosen any mobile phone brand and/or model for the simple reason that I do not know which OS will grant me access to these peripherals, I would appreciate if someone could suggest a specific mobile phone, or else, a certain list of features that the phone must have so that I would have less problems in using the GPS.

      Any information is appreciated,