It’s Pokemon Go all the way. Everyone is talking about Pokemon. While there are a few digitally illiterate downloading and installing this game, some have achieved many milestones in this game. So much so that users have started buying PokeCoins and using Pokemon Go accessories. But their Pokemon journey is broken when they face an error of GPS Signal not found in Pokemon Go on Android or iPhone devices.
The Pokemon Go saga is interrupted when GPS signal is not found in Pokemon Go in iPhone and Android smartphone. This trouble, however, is not for those who play Pokemon Go without moving out of their home. So if you face this trouble of GPS signals while tracking and finding nearby Pokemon in this game, you need to follow below written steps on your iPhone and Android smartphone.
How to Fix Pokemon Go GPS Signal Not Found on iPhone and Android
No GPS Signal Found in Pokemon Go on iPhone and iPad
Points to Ponder
A million-dollar question is: whether or not GPS satellite can find your device? For this, you need to come out of your home to check. Obviously, if you are a latchkey child or having a duvet day, you won’t like this idea.
Once you are outdoors, toggle Wi-Fi option on and off a few times. Launch Settings → Wi-Fi → Toggle ON/OFF.
Open Settings and toggle ON Airplane Mode. After a few seconds, toggle it OFF.
Similarly, you need to toggle ON/OFF Cellular/Mobile Data a few times. Settings → Cellular → Cellular Data.
Solution 1. Turn Location Services ON/OFF
Step #1: Open Settings on your iPhone/iPad.
Step #2: Scroll down and tap Privacy.
Step #3: Now tap on Location Services.
Step #4: Toggle Location Services OFF and then toggle it ON.
Solution 2. Leave the Game
This sounds funny but it works sometimes.
Step #1: Press the Home button and leave Pokemon Go.
Step #2: Now launch any other app and use it for a couple of minutes.
Step #3: Now launch Pokemon Go on your iPhone/iPad.
Solution 3. Force Quit the Game and Reopen It
There are chances that you lose some immediate data, but this trick works.
Step #1: Double Press the Home button to invoke multitasking screen.
Step #2: Now swipe to side and stop when Pokemon Go card appears.
Step #3: Finally swipe the Pokemon Go card.
Step #4: Reopen the Pokemon Go on your iOS device.
Solution 4. Reset Network Settings
This might be a troublesome process for many users, but the trick may give you good results.
Step #1: Launch Settings app on your iPhone/iPad.
Step #2: Tap General.
Step #3: Tap on Reset.
Step #4: Tap on Reset Network Settings.
Step #5: Reset Network Settings will swipe up from the bottom.
Step #6: Tap on it to confirm.
It’s done! Now the issue of GPS signal on your iOS device should be resolved.
How to Fix Pokemon Go GPS Signal Not Found Error on Android
Solution 1. GPS Signal on Android Phone
Step #1: Open Settings on Android phone.
Step #2: Find the Location option and tap on it.
Step #3: Toggle Location ON.
Step #4: Now tap on Mode (High accuracy); in many Android phones, this option is also labelled as Location method.
Step #5: You will notice three options with radio buttons on the right side: High accuracy, Battery saving, and Device only or GPS only.
Step #6: Tap on the first option, i.e. High accuracy.
If GPS option on your device is already ON, you need to switch it OFF and then start this option again after a few seconds.
Solution 2. Forget Wi-Fi
Step #1: Launch Settings on your Android smartphone.
Step #2: Tap on Wi-Fi.
Step #3: Tap on current Wi-Fi network.
Step #4: Now tap on Forget Wi-Fi button.
After a few seconds, reconnect your Android phone to the same Wi-Fi network by entering the password.
This trick works on many Android smartphones. You can also give it a shot!
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