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How do i used my link to download graphhopper .ghz file?


#1

I changed the link private String fileListURL = "http://download2.graphhopper.com/public/maps/" + Constants.getMajorVersion() + "/"; to private String fileListURL = "http://download2079.mediafire.com/kgft15zdb1og/55oonoiw1econvc/manila.ghz"; but it won’t work. How do I enable downloading of just one .ghz file? do i have to upload to graphhopper server?


#2

Putting the mentioned url in a browser does not initiate a download dialog, it just opens a web page.

So better use a proper download link which does not redirect to a page?


#3

It initiates a download dialog when it is clicked on browser. Do i have to upload somewhere else that supports android?


#4

Oh i fixed it. I just have to remove the rest of the methods and just immediately call the downloadingFiles() method and put it as an OnClickListener on the button.


#5

i also want to download another map can u tell me how can i do this that is using another url for downloading. my second question is how could i make my own url so as to download my maps.


#6

@jasmeet_sahni hi-jacking topics is not allowed! If you again post in a foreign topic instead of creating your own we have to block you. Because you’ll trigger unnecessary notifications and this is against the forum standards here. If you create a topic be more descriptive, include a step-by-step guide what you did and which step failed or what you excepted.


#7

I have created my own topic but still no one replied so I replied on this
foreign topic because this was related to my problem but next time I will
not do this.
If know anything about my problem then please reply back.


#8

It is not just allowed to do this. Please comply to this.

Wait and ask on your original topic after 5 or 7 days again if no one got your attention. Also try to make your questions to the point and not so broad this increases the likelihood of answering.