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The Samsung Galaxy S10 is armed with a number of different utilities it can use to determine the handset’s geographical location. More often than not, however, it’ll turn to GPS — the most common method of tracking the whereabouts of a device in real-time. 

But for some strange reason, the feature isn’t set to operate in its most accurate form out of the box on some carrier-branded models. To be clear: this isn’t a tool that all Galaxy S10 owners should need to manually turn on, as only carrier-locked devices seem to be affected.

How to improve GPS on the Galaxy S10

Step 1: Navigate into Settings. 
Step 2: Select Biometrics and security. 
Step 3: Scroll down to the bottom, then tap Location. 
Step 4: Tap Improve accuracy. 
Step 5: Slide the toggles next to Bluetooth scanning and Wi-Fi scanning to On.


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Once that’s done, your Galaxy S10 will then crosscheck the information GPS is relaying with local Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections to create an even more accurate picture of where the device is located, which is useful in populated areas where there are a number of tall structures that interfere with the GPS signal.
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Aishwarya lock open this
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hi anuraj.. how is profile pic moving like gif?
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bro this method not working for my A50.
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nice
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Expert Level 5
well this feature has advantages and disadvantages. Im not at all concerned about this feature. Nice post bro 👍
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nonsense
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