Iphone location services tracking

 

Location services are really an integral part of a ton of iOS apps, using the internal GPS system to add Instagram photos to a map, checkin with FourSquare or Facebook, or let your friends know where you are with one of many “on my way” apps, like Glympse or Twist.

If you’re battery is dying, however, the location services are the first thing you should turn off, as they suck up a lot of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch’s power needs, what with their background data sending and receiving and such.

Tap your Settings app to launch it, and then tap on Privacy. You’ll be able to turn the toggles OFF for any specific app that has privileges to access your GPS location by scrolling through the list and tapping them all. I do this on a fairly regular basis for both privacy and battery savings. I figure that with less apps accessing my location, the less battery power in total is being used for that function.

Iphone location services tracking

Just like with every new jailbreak that gets released, the first few versions have issues that get fixed in the subsequent releases. Many users have been facing issues with the  iOS 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak that was released just a few days ago and the most common problem is Location Services not working after jailbreaking iPhone or iPad.

If you’re facing a similar problem then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’re going to show how you can get Location Services to work again after jailbreaking iOS 9.3.3.

LibLocation is a library that is required by third-party apps for using GPS. Jailbreak users have been reporting that installing the package fixes the Location Services issue. Below is how you can install the package from Cydia.

Location services are really an integral part of a ton of iOS apps, using the internal GPS system to add Instagram photos to a map, checkin with FourSquare or Facebook, or let your friends know where you are with one of many “on my way” apps, like Glympse or Twist.

If you’re battery is dying, however, the location services are the first thing you should turn off, as they suck up a lot of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch’s power needs, what with their background data sending and receiving and such.

Tap your Settings app to launch it, and then tap on Privacy. You’ll be able to turn the toggles OFF for any specific app that has privileges to access your GPS location by scrolling through the list and tapping them all. I do this on a fairly regular basis for both privacy and battery savings. I figure that with less apps accessing my location, the less battery power in total is being used for that function.

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