- Nov 18, 2009
- Reaction score
- Current Phone Model
- iPhone 7+ 256gb
Perhaps I should have said 'When the GPS is active it drains the battery too quickly'. I also leave the GPS toggled on 24/7, but the icon only appears in the notification bar when I'm in Maps, Navigation, or some other app that is actively using it. When I exit from Maps the GPS icon goes away.
Mine is spot on for the most part, b ut my wife's new Eris is not. I'll be in the leaving room and her phone on the kitchen, and mine shows me here, but hers shows her in the next town. My house just ain't that big. Any ideas?I've found it to be completely unreliable. As I type this, mine had me about 5 miles east of my actual location. After a refresh, it located me sort of close to where I actually am, but now shows my brother in the exact same spot 5 miles east of here that it showed me in a few minutes ago. He's not there either. So have fun in the strip club. ;-) If anyone other than my brother was using it, I'd just turn it off. He and I use it to mess with and check to see if it works well. If I felt my moves were being tracked, I'd not participate.
If on agps then you can be off by a lot
If on gps, It should be spot on.....
Of course, then you'd have no baseline to judge it from :blink:
Dude, that sucks! Good luck and when you get it, beat the sh*t out of the kid!I lost my phone and have Latitude active. I went to the website to find the phone with the number. It comes up in the middle of a cemetary with nothing around.
Is there another trick to finding my phone? The only call answewesd was when the kid who took it answered my call and hung up on me. No activity since then.