Turn Location On Android

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 Turn Location On Android

Turn location on or off for your Android device
When location is on, you can get information based on where your device has been. For example, you can get automatic commute predictions or better search results.
When an app is using your device’s precise location, the top of your screen will show Location .
Note: Some of these steps work only on Android 9.0 and up. Learn how to check your Android version.
Turn location on or off

When you have location turned on, your device uses GPS, Wi-Fi, mobile networks, and sensors to get the most accurate location.

If you turn off location, it will also be turned off for all apps. Many features also won’t work.
Open your device's Settings app.
Tap Security & location Location.
Note: If you don't see "Security & location," tap Location.
If you see "Mode," go to the steps for Android 8.1 and below.
Turn Use location on or off.

Tip: If you change your location setting often, learn how to quickly change settings.
Share your location for help in an emergency
To help first responders find you quickly, dial an emergency number. For example, dial:
911 in the US
112 in Europe
999 in some other places

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Your device will send its location automatically using Android Emergency Location Service (ELS), if ELS works in your country and on your mobile network.
How emergency location sharing works

ELS turns on only when you call or text an emergency number.
ELS finds and sends your location by turning on location and using Google’s Location services during your emergency call. If needed, ELS can turn on mobile data. When you finish the call or text, your settings go back to how you had them.
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