The navigator app has become exactly like Google maps, what happened to my gps system? Has anyone else encountered this problem and how can this be fixed?
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on 09/02/2013 – Made popular on 09/02/2013
I cannot post yet in the development forum so I have to make it here in the Q&A section.
I've installed the CM10.1 TWRP and, with the exception of the known issues, the ROM works (quite) perfectly.
Some people complains that screen auto-rotation often stops working for some reason and a reset is necessary.
I currently have the Casio GzOne Commando 4G LTE and my battery life is a 48% and the VZ Navigator has used 20%. I have the app disabled and I force quit it also a few days ago so i dont understand why it is still using battery life. My GPS is completely off and the only time i turn it on is when i use google maps which is what i use for navigation. But i have not used it in about a week.
I just updated my Iceweasel on Debian Jessie. The current version number is 29.0.1. I like using vimperator which does not work well with a navigator bar because the navigator bar always catch the cursor automatically.
I tried to find solutions in the preferences but failed. Any idea?
launchpad.net install: avant-window-navigator awn-applets-c-extras Avant-window-navigator (Awn) is a MacOS X like panel for the GNOME Desktop written in C. In addition to launchers that can be dragged onto the bar, it features a taskbar that behaves similarly to the Mac OSX dock. The window navigator uses the composite extension for transparency and other effects.
Hy guys :)
A friend of mine got a problem with his HTC One M7. His problem is, that when he tries to pull down the navigator bar or status bar (however you will call it :D) it doesn't work. All notifications are shown in the status bar, also battery, clock etc.
I have this simple question.
In a web page with google maps, with a set of markers, I show to the users the directions between their current position and a chosen marker of the list.
I'd like to add a button "open directions in Maps App" just to give to the user the possibility to drive to the point using the navigator app.
Is that possible?
I understand trigger.io has its own implementation of geolocation (forge.geolocation), but for various reasons I'd like to use the standard HTML5 navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition() call. Is this possible within a trigger.io app?
I've tried it and I'm seeing the following behavior across iPhone and Android:
== iPhone ==
User is prompted twice to allow location access.