Find your current location on the map
If you have adequate reception at your site, you can use your phone to determine your latitude and longitude. Android: Open Google Maps; it will zoom to your approximate location. Press and hold on the screen to drop a pin marker. Click on the dropped pin; latitude and longitude will be displayed below the map.
iPhone or Android users can follow these steps to get proper latitude and longitude: Go to Google Maps app on your Smartphone and enter the location for which you want coordinates. You can also tap the “My Location” icon to get your current location.
Open Google Maps and select maps from the bottom tab zoom in on your main display then press andMoreOpen Google Maps and select maps from the bottom tab zoom in on your main display then press and hold on the display next to the small blue dot representing your current location.
How do I enable GPS on my Android?
Yes, both iOS and Android phones can be tracked without a data connection. There are various mapping apps that have the ability to track the location of your phone even without the Internet connection.
All information received from satellites to a GPS receiver is free of charge. However, if you use a mobile navigation app, make sure that the cost of mobile Internet traffic allows you to safely download maps and other data necessary for displaying and downloading additional maps.
So we'll first find the Settings icon. Select that once you select setting you need to locateMoreSo we'll first find the Settings icon. Select that once you select setting you need to locate privacy. Once you find privacy select privacy and on top you'll see location.
To see a list of apps that have requested access to your location data, open the Settings app and tap “Privacy.” Next, tap “Location Services.” The next screen will show every app that can request access to your location data.
The iPhone includes a GPS radio, so if you are using an application with charts or maps downloaded and available on the iPhone, you don't need cellular access. The Maps application requires internet access to download map data for your current location.
Sometimes it's solid, and sometimes it's an outline–but it's constant, and that little location icon on iPhone won't go away! So what's up? For those that don't know, when your iDevices show that location services icon, it means your device is sending data to apps or Apple about where you are and where you've been.