An internal GPS is a mandatory feature in all modern Android smartphones. This of course means that users have access to location-based apps like Google Maps. With such an app, users can easily find out their exact co-ordinates on the world map, tag themselves in different locations, and get help with travelling thanks to the navigational features.
However, every different model of an Android phone, has a different type of a GPS sensor installed. This could mean different performance parameters on different phones. Some phones will have a much better GPS signal than others. Many factors can be attributed to poor performance of GPS signals, including system settings, software issues, low quality connections, and even the version of ROM installed on your device.
In this article, we’ll give you a few tips on how to improve your GPS performance on your Android device!
But before we do that, please make sure the GPS feature is enabled and active on your Android device. To confirm, please head over to your phone’s Settings -> Location Access. You will find an option for “Access to my location” and “GPS Satellites”. Please make sure both these options are selected.
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