¿Cómo puedo cambiar mi ubicación con Google Maps android API v2?

¿Cómo puedo cambiar mi ubicación con Google Maps android API v2 ?

En v1 puede hacer lo siguiente para gestionar el evento cambiado de ubicación:

public class MyLocationOverlay extends com.google.android.maps.MyLocationOverlay { /** * Listener */ public interface Listener { void onLocationChanged(android.location.Location location); } private Listener listener; public MyLocationOverlay(Context context, MapView mapView, Listener listener) { super(context, mapView); this.listener = listener; } @Override public synchronized void onLocationChanged(Location location) { super.onLocationChanged(location); // fire listener if (listener != null) listener.onLocationChanged(location); } } 

ACTUALIZACIÓN : Google presentó el nuevo LocationClient y el LocationClient asociado (la interfaz OnMyLocationChangeListener ahora está en desuso).

Puede hacerlo creando un LocationSource personalizado para la capa my-location. A continuación se muestra un ejemplo que centra automáticamente la cámara en la ubicación actual (“mi ubicación”), similar a la funcionalidad ofrecida por MyLocationOverlay en Google Maps Android API v1.

Entonces puedes simplemente reemplazar esta línea de código

 mMap.animateCamera(CameraUpdateFactory.newLatLng(new LatLng(location.getLatitude(), location.getLongitude()))); 

con cualquier funcionalidad que necesite ejecutarse cuando la ubicación cambie.

 public class PlaceMapFragment extends SupportMapFragment { // Note that this may be null if the Google Play services APK is not available. private GoogleMap mMap; protected PlaceActivity activity; private FollowMeLocationSource followMeLocationSource; private Context mContext; /* We need the Context in order to get a reference to the Location Manager * (when instantiating this fragment from your activity use: * PlaceMapFragment mapFragment = new PlaceMapFragment(this); ) */ public PlaceMapFragment(Context context) { this.mContext = context; } @Override public void onActivityCreated(Bundle savedInstanceState) { super.onActivityCreated(savedInstanceState); activity = (PlaceActivity)getActivity(); } @Override public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) { super.onCreate(savedInstanceState); // creates our custom LocationSource and initializes some of its members followMeLocationSource = new FollowMeLocationSource(); /* We can't be guaranteed that the map is available because Google Play services might not be available. * (un-comment the following line when using this code in a FragmentActivity / Activity * to try get a reference to the map here !) */ //setUpMapIfNeeded(); } @Override public void onResume() { super.onResume(); /* We query for the best Location Provider everytime this fragment is displayed * just in case a better provider might have become available since we last displayed it */ followMeLocationSource.getBestAvailableProvider(); // Get a reference to the map/GoogleMap object setUpMapIfNeeded(); /* Enable the my-location layer (this causes our LocationSource to be automatically activated.) * While enabled, the my-location layer continuously draws an indication of a user's * current location and bearing, and displays UI controls that allow a user to interact * with their location (for example, to enable or disable camera tracking of their location and bearing).*/ mMap.setMyLocationEnabled(true); } @Override public void onPause() { /* Disable the my-location layer (this causes our LocationSource to be automatically deactivated.) */ mMap.setMyLocationEnabled(false); super.onPause(); } /** * Sets up the map if it is possible to do so (ie, the Google Play services APK is correctly * installed) and the map has not already been instantiated. This will ensure that we only ever * manipulate the map once when it {@link #mMap} is not null. * 

* If it isn't installed {@link SupportMapFragment} (and {@link com.google.android.gms.maps.MapView * MapView}) will show a prompt for the user to install/update the Google Play services APK on their device. */ private void setUpMapIfNeeded() { // Do a null check to confirm that we have not already instantiated the map. if (mMap == null) { mMap = getMap(); // Check if we were successful in obtaining the map. if (mMap != null) { // The Map is verified. It is now safe to manipulate the map: // Replace the (default) location source of the my-location layer with our custom LocationSource mMap.setLocationSource(followMeLocationSource); // Set default zoom mMap.moveCamera(CameraUpdateFactory.zoomTo(15f)); } } } /* Our custom LocationSource. * We register this class to receive location updates from the Location Manager * and for that reason we need to also implement the LocationListener interface. */ private class FollowMeLocationSource implements LocationSource, LocationListener { private OnLocationChangedListener mListener; private LocationManager locationManager; private final Criteria criteria = new Criteria(); private String bestAvailableProvider; /* Updates are restricted to one every 10 seconds, and only when * movement of more than 10 meters has been detected.*/ private final int minTime = 10000; // minimum time interval between location updates, in milliseconds private final int minDistance = 10; // minimum distance between location updates, in meters private FollowMeLocationSource() { // Get reference to Location Manager locationManager = (LocationManager) mContext.getSystemService(Context.LOCATION_SERVICE); // Specify Location Provider criteria criteria.setAccuracy(Criteria.ACCURACY_FINE); criteria.setPowerRequirement(Criteria.POWER_LOW); criteria.setAltitudeRequired(true); criteria.setBearingRequired(true); criteria.setSpeedRequired(true); criteria.setCostAllowed(true); } private void getBestAvailableProvider() { /* The preffered way of specifying the location provider (eg GPS, NETWORK) to use * is to ask the Location Manager for the one that best satisfies our criteria. * By passing the 'true' boolean we ask for the best available (enabled) provider. */ bestAvailableProvider = locationManager.getBestProvider(criteria, true); } /* Activates this provider. This provider will notify the supplied listener * periodically, until you call deactivate(). * This method is automatically invoked by enabling my-location layer. */ @Override public void activate(OnLocationChangedListener listener) { // We need to keep a reference to my-location layer's listener so we can push forward // location updates to it when we receive them from Location Manager. mListener = listener; // Request location updates from Location Manager if (bestAvailableProvider != null) { locationManager.requestLocationUpdates(bestAvailableProvider, minTime, minDistance, this); } else { // (Display a message/dialog) No Location Providers currently available. } } /* Deactivates this provider. * This method is automatically invoked by disabling my-location layer. */ @Override public void deactivate() { // Remove location updates from Location Manager locationManager.removeUpdates(this); mListener = null; } @Override public void onLocationChanged(Location location) { /* Push location updates to the registered listener.. * (this ensures that my-location layer will set the blue dot at the new/received location) */ if (mListener != null) { mListener.onLocationChanged(location); } /* ..and Animate camera to center on that location ! * (the reason for we created this custom Location Source !) */ mMap.animateCamera(CameraUpdateFactory.newLatLng(new LatLng(location.getLatitude(), location.getLongitude()))); } @Override public void onStatusChanged(String s, int i, Bundle bundle) { } @Override public void onProviderEnabled(String s) { } @Override public void onProviderDisabled(String s) { } } }

Me encontré con el mismo problema … mi solución por ahora:

Crea un hilo, que le pide a un controlador que consiga el puesto varias veces. Necesita utilizar un controlador, porque el método getMyLocation solo se puede invocar desde el hilo de la GUI:

 private class MyLocationThread extends Thread{ @Override public void run() { int loops = 0; // we give the location search a minute while(loops < 60){ // we have to try it over a handler, because getMyLocation() has to be called from GUI Thread -_- _getMyLocationHandler.sendEmptyMessage(0); if(isInterrupted()){ return; } // take a short nap before next try try {Thread.sleep(1000);} catch(Exception e){} loops++; } } } 

Esto es lo que hace el controlador:

 private Handler _getMyLocationHandler = new Handler(){ public void handleMessage(android.os.Message msg) { if(getMap().isMyLocationEnabled() && getMap().getMyLocation() != null){ _locationWatcher.interrupt(); drawCurrentImagePositions(); } } };