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After the first time they grant or deny permission, this method no longer prompts the user for permission. To help the user change location permissions after they've been prompted, we recommend that you provide a link to the location settings as demonstrated later in this topic. Note: The coarse location feature allows your app to obtain an intentionally obfuscated imprecise location without getting the user's explicit permission the system-wide location switch must still be on , however. Pour savoir comment utiliser un emplacement grossière dans votre application, consultez le AllowFallbackToConsentlessPositions méthode dans le Geolocator classe.
To learn how to utilize coarse location in your app, see the AllowFallbackToConsentlessPositions method in the Geolocator class.
The GetGeopositionAsync method performs a one-time reading of the current location. Here, a switch statement is used with accessStatus from the previous example to act only when access to the user's location is allowed. If access to the user's location is allowed, the code creates a Geolocator object, registers for changes in location permissions, and requests the user's location. The Geolocator object triggers the StatusChanged event to indicate that the user's location settings changed.
That event passes the corresponding status via the argument's Status property of type PositionStatus. Note that this method is not called from the UI thread and the Dispatcher object invokes the UI changes. This section describes how to use the PositionChanged event to receive updates of the user's location over a period of time.
Because the user could revoke access to location at any time, it's important call RequestAccessAsync and use the StatusChanged event as shown in the previous section. This section assumes that you've already enabled the location capability and called RequestAccessAsync from the UI thread of your foreground app. In this example, a switch statement is used with accessStatus from the previous example to act only when access to the user's location is allowed. If access to the user's location is allowed, the code creates a Geolocator object, specifies the tracking type, and registers for location updates.
The Geolocator object can trigger the PositionChanged event based on a change in position distance-based tracking or a change in time periodic-based tracking.
The Geolocator object triggers the PositionChanged event to indicate that the user's location changed or time has passed, depending on how you've configured it. That event passes the corresponding location via the argument's Position property of type Geoposition. In this example, the method is not called from the UI thread and the Dispatcher object invokes the UI changes.
If the location privacy settings don't allow your app to access the user's location, we recommend that you provide a convenient link to the location privacy settings in the Settings app.
In this example, a Hyperlink control is used navigate to the ms-settings:privacy-location URI. Alternatively, your app can call the LaunchUriAsync method to launch the Settings app from code.
For more info, see Launch the Windows Settings app. Before your app can access the user's location, Location must be enabled on the device. Passer au contenu principal. Quitter le mode focus.
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Lire en anglais. Profil Se déconnecter. In Solution Explorer , double-click package. Dans la liste Capacités , cochez la case Localisation. In the Capabilities list, check the box for Location. This adds the location device capability to the package manifest file. NotifyUser "Waiting for update Default is used.
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