You cannot triger a marker click directly.
If you need to run default implementation when onMarkerClick returns false (or you have no OnMarkerClickListener), you need to do it yourself:
map.animateCamera(CameraUpdateFactory.newLatLng(marker.getPosition()), 250, null);
250 is assumed here, API doesn't give you the value used internally for this default marker click behaviour.
If you have a OnMarkerClickListener, you can just keep the reference and call a function on it sending marker as a param.
Hmm, do you mean to say that I will not be able to trigger a marker click through my code ? I understand how to use a marker click listener (I am actually using it my code), but I wanted to trigger the click through my code without having to touch/click on the marker.
I gave you a workaround. There is no such method Marker.doClick(), but you can call OnMarkerClickListener's method yourself without direct interaction with the library.
Btw. you may want to submit a feature request here: gmaps-api-issues or here: Android Maps Extensions (or both).
hi this works but i would like to show navigate buttons in onmarkerclick
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