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I'm working on an android application where I want to plot my data in an OSM view. The data I want to plot is in EPSG 3857 but the OSM only wants it in EPSG 4326. Is it a way I can set the OSM in the android app (working with JAVA) to use EPSG 3857?

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What Android framework/library are you using to display the map?

(12 Jul '18, 12:53) Richard ♦

The gdal library is a great way to reproject data, and it looks like there are ways to use it with Java. I don't know Java, but maybe this might give you a starting point? https://www.programcreek.com/java-api-examples/?api=org.gdal.gdal.Driver

(12 Jul '18, 15:18) neuhausr
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I'm using osmbonuspack 5.8 and omsdroid 5.2.

(16 Jul '18, 07:03) LeeMap
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