The Android framework has an inbuilt
android.location package, which helps us retrieve the user's current location.
It can be implemented by using the
LocationListener interface. It provides four methods. They are:
onLocationChanged() method is called when the location is changed (when the user moves). The
onStatusChanged() method is executed when the status of the provider is changed (the provider may be unavailable initially and available after some time). The
onProviderDisabled() methods are called when the location provider is enabled and disabled.
Then, we should use the
LocationManager class to get access ...