It can be quite irritating when you are searching for a specific location on your Samsung Galaxy, but lastly, you receive GPS not working on Samsung S20, isn’t it frustrating when it happens in the high-hand device like Samsung Galaxy! No worries GPS not working on S20 Plus can be the firmware issue or it could be an issue with the app itself.
If you are looking workaround to fix the map is giving accurate location, GPS not working properly, or else GPS keeps crashing on Samsung you came to the right spot. Continue to read this article, as our experts are highlighting trick to fix GPS related issues, the below-mentioned workaround will make everything proper.
Google Maps Not Working on Galaxy S20, S20Plus, and S20 Ultra
Check your Wi-Fi or cellular signal
Sometimes not having a proper cellular network, so try to go to the area where there is an accurate network signal or else try to use Google Maps Offline and download the maps before going out of range.
Make Sure that location services are turned ON
There are chances where the location services on the device may be get turned off accidentally, to verify it follow the given below steps.
- From the Main Screen, swipe down to access App Tray.
- Hit Location Icon to enable.
Reinstall Google Maps
After updating if still, the Google maps don’t work properly, try to delete and install the app from Google play store. To do so follow the given below steps.
- From the main screen navigate to Google Play Store.
- Search Google Maps on the search bar.
- Tap Uninstall.
- Wait for a few seconds and install the Google Maps app again and reboot the device.
Update the Google Map
Having the updated app on your Samsung device is always beneficial. However, the update is mainly released to fix the minor bugs or glitch and also increases the performance and stability of the Google map. To verify it follow the given below steps.
- Go to Google Play Store.
- Tap My Apps and Games.
- Search Google Maps from the list and hit Update if available or else select Update All.
Calibrate Google Maps
If you are watching the location beam going in the wrong direction then you need to recalibrate the compass. For this open the Google maps and move the device to make figure 8. Doing for multiple times will calibrate and the blue spot will visible narrower.
Clear cache and data from Google Maps
Lastly, if the above-mentioned tricks don’t work, perform clear cache data. Because Google maps regularly load the local data that can lead to Google Maps to stop responding. TO do so follow the given below steps.
- Navigate to Settings Icon.
- Hit Apps.
- Tap Manage Apps.
- Search and hit Google Maps.
- Select Storage.
- Touch Clear Cache & Clear Data.
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