It’s an important the service required ”Wi-Fi Only” mode. Google has participated with fewer tests and rolled out, ”WiFi only” option for Google Maps for Android device. Once you have connected the app keeps the program in offline settings, and blocking cellular data and expensive data package. At the same event, another feature can normally connect to your mobile data. The most of the time you traveling abroad the roaming charges will be reduces, and the navigator only required when you need to know the exact location on your trip. This is the big feature that restricts your data within the limited data package.
Entry-level smartphones come with internal storage capacities as low as 4GB, while higher-end models range between 8GB and 32GB. For many of us, that’s not enough for all the videos, music, apps, and photos we cram onto our beloved smartphones. To ensure that Google Maps users with any storage capacity can download and use offline areas when they need them most, we’ve added the ability to download your offline areas to an external SD card (if your device supports them) on Google Maps for Android. Now you’ll never have to choose between snapping more food photos or the ability to navigate offline.
When you try to connect Maps without a data network it’s not going to support you until you have not done the download the Maps in your area, but the feature comes much easier on your hand. If your device has limited storage space, you can move the download and save the Maps into the SD card if you have fixed on your Android device.
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