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How can i get my gps to work

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How can I get my gps to work?
I have enable, but where is the icon for gps?
can you help me
please.


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Juan
padillajuap0@gmail.com

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It's in the maps program under settings. Once it's activated you will get a warning message about the battery life going down when in use but it should deactivate once you are off of Google maps. You will see a satellite dish icon on the upper part of the screen once it is on.


It's works better in mapping mode than satellite mode as well. Due to the amount of time it takes to redraw the screen.

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