Once I receive a "valid" location update (based on how recent or accurate the location update is), I want the location Manager to stop sending updates.
I do this by calling: After the stop Updating Location call, there is no way that start Updating Location can be called again.
What I do (regard of the post : Stop Updating Location method not working for i OS5) : // Initialise my location Ma Cant get new location after stop Updating Location - IOS I'm trying to get a users GPS coordinates from my app, which works fine, once.
When the view gets called I run the code and get the location - good - but when I get back to the view I want NEW coordin why self.location Manager stop Updating Location doesn't stop location update Problem: It seems I can't stop Core Location from sending updates to my app / tracking.
i OS is doing lots of optimizations and leaving the GPS on for some time is probably part of this.
During testing I saw that the arrow usually stays on for a while even if the app is killed from XCode.
- (void) location Manager:(CLLocation Manager *)manager did Update To Location: (CLLocation *)new Location from Location:(CLLocation *)old Location - (void) location Manager:(CLLocation Manager *)manager did Fail With Error:(NSError *)error GMSCamera Position *camera = [GMSCamera Position camera With Latitude:g_lat longitude:g_lng zoom:15]; View = [GMSMap View map With Frame: CGRect Make(1.0f, 160.0f, 320.0f, 100) camera:camera]; View.delegate = self; self.shows User Location = YES; View.traffic Enabled = YES; Location Enabled = YES; View.Location Button = YES; View.settings.compass Button = YES; [View set User Interaction Enabled: YES]; [View set Camera:camera]; [self.container View add Subview:View]; field when you push the new view controller? You can try it by not starting the GPS on the next view controller. Side note: This can be part of the normal operation.
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On the simulator, this works fine (perhaps because there is only one hard-coded location: Cupertino).
On a device, this does not work and I continue to get updates even after the stop Updating Location call. Is this a bug, or, am I missing something about the way CLLocation Manager's start Updating Location and stop Updating Location work?
But still I can see the location icon in the status bar.
Even when I terminate the app by double tapping the home button and closing it, the icon is still there... When I go to the Settings App, it tells me that my app is still using location services (purple icon).