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AgathosAnthropos
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Hey all, I know I know, you all have SCP, LTE Discovery, CellMapper, etc. but I've been working on my own signal status Android App for the past bit now.  I've "published" it to Google play (it's free) but I'm the only one who's ever used it.  I don't intend to ever make money on it but if anyone is interested, feel free to PM me and I'll invite you to the beta group.  It does personal (not crowd sourced) signal mapping, doesn't use a lot of data, and hopefully correctly identifies band information.

 

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I'm in beta but can't download

 

 

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Does it give you any kind of error message?  Looking at my developer console it appears some of the others have been able to download.

 

I've tried removing and re-adding you to the Beta list, so try again (may have to opt-in again, not sure).  Sorry for the issues but this is my first app on Google Play.

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Does it give you any kind of error message? Looking at my developer console it appears some of the others have been able to download.

 

I've tried removing and re-adding you to the Beta list, so try again (may have to opt-in again, not sure). Sorry for the issues but this is my first app on Google Play.

will try again soon.... I did opt in!!!

 

 

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Good luck! This crowd will start throwing tomatoes at you before you know it (just kidding!!) Google has simplified the beta testing features recently but I haven't tried them out yet. Let me know if there's something you think I might be able to help you with on that end. I'm a terrible programmer though so I wouldn't recommend asking me those kinds of questions.

 

(Now I gotta go hide before anyone realizes I'm lurking around here..)

 

-Mike

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-Mike

Yes we will. It's cute that Mike thinks we don't have an alert set up to track his posts. lol

 

But AgathosAnthropos if you have coding questions just throw them out some one may be able to help.

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(Now I gotta go hide before anyone realizes I'm lurking around here..)

 

-Mike

 

Thanks.  To be honest, my original idea was to just use your exported database and generate a Google Map of the data, but I figured I wouldn't be allowed to do such a thing via Google Play (read in another app's DB, even if it's been exported to a shared directory) so it has since expanded into tracking the data myself.

 

Yes we will. It's cute that Mike thinks we don't have an alert set up to track his posts. lol

 

But AgathosAnthropos if you have coding questions just throw them out some one may be able to help.

 

The biggest coding question I'll likely have is band identification issues pre availability of EARFCN in the API's.  I'm a software engineer by trade (though I don't use or particularly like Java); my biggest issue thus far has been getting enrolled in Google Play developer console and doing Beta releases.

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Do you mean sectors used to ID Bands?

 

 

 

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Thanks.  To be honest, my original idea was to just use your exported database and generate a Google Map of the data, but I figured I wouldn't be allowed to do such a thing via Google Play (read in another app's DB, even if it's been exported to a shared directory) so it has since expanded into tracking the data myself.

 

I don't think that is an issue.. you can't directly read any other app's databases (Android security won't let you), but if it's saved in an non-protected folder (like the /sdcard/SignalCheck folder) it's fine. Once you export the data, it's available for anything. I don't think Google Play would block it, and there are certainly no issues on my end. I encourage people to use the data for anything they want. If you created an import function for your own app I think it would be cool. I have plans for a mapping component in SCP but it's far from ready.

 

-Mike

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