Post processing GNSS data on Android phone for improved location accuracy

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    gcarmich

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    I recently read an article in GPSWorld on post processing GNSS data recorded on an Android handset.

    http://gpsworld.com/innovation-prec...aw-gps-measurements-from-android-smartphones/

    The article indicated that centimeter level accuracy was not yet possible through post processing the GNSS data. I am curious if anyone knows if improvement in accuracy in general might be obtained by post processing this data?
     
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    I think we will have to wait to see if any Android 7 (Nougat ) Apps. emerge claiming to do this, I haven't managed to find any App. that claims to do it using the built-in GPS receiver yet, the App. RTKGPS+ uses data from an external Ublox unit to carry out post processing
     
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