Good afternoon,

I'm an Android Developer and i'm trying to create an app with osm. At this point i'm stil running some tests and i managed to create a map of Lisbon, Portugal with Mobile Atlas Creator. With the GEMF file i've loaded the map and now i'm trying to create a routing system. What i've learned is that the GEMF file is "simply" a lot of pictures and it doenst create routes.

I've created a route with the osmbonuspack_v3.4 but i had to insert manualy all the GeoPoint's of a street and its GeoPoint's of curve (for example) for it to draw a good route. It's s still a very far-fetched version because i'm still learning, but i managed to do something.

My question is: is there any way of generating the GeoPoints without having to insert theme all manualy? Is there any kind of OSM Map that has an attached DataBase of GeoPoint's? If not, is there any way of creating the GeoPoint's at the same time that i create the map (like i did in the MOBAC)?

Thanks for you'r help and keep up the good work

Cheers

Ricardo

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crossposting also at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19570466/osm-geopoint-routing-offline

... and have you alraedy asked at the osmdroid googlegroup mailinglist? What was the answer there?

(24 Oct '13, 17:28) stephan75
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hi,

i've posted here and on stackoverflow. i've had useful help on stackoverflow. follow that link.

(25 Oct '13, 11:17) short
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@short: what about you do not crosspost next time? Thank you

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The question has been closed for the following reason "crosspost, solved already" by aseerel4c26 25 Oct '13, 11:55

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