Lightroom: LR4 - Exported GPS coordinates in exifs do divide by zero

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Hi, I'm using Lightroom 4 to geotag some Photos. When I export jpegs those gps-data is written to the image's exif data. GPS-Coordinates in there are described as a fraction and it is defined, that for the value 0 the fraction 0/1 shall be used. Instead LR4 set those values to 0/0 which is undefined (even Adobe cannot devide by 0 legally ;-)
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Kai Scherrer
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Is anyone able to confirm this behaviour?
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I am seeing the same issue. I was trying to put some geocoded images from Lightroom on an Android tablet. The ExifInterface class returns the following for an image:

latitude: 37/1,439768/10000,0/0

This causes conversion to a float to fail.
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This also causes the exif-viewer addon for Firefox failing to display correct links to google-maps :-(