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Google Maps is really an online map so you need to be online to use it. In any case, Google Maps have a feature in some countries that let you use it offline. You can read about it in the help of google maps but basically what you need to do is: Make sure you're connected to the Internet and signed in to your Google account. Open the Google Maps app maps. ...
If you use browsers that support "request desktop site" (e.g. FireFox), open Google Maps and request it. All the normal PC controls including drag route will appear.
Yes absolutely. If your Dolphin Browser is up-to-date, just follow this step - Open Browser > Settings > Advanced > More > Open in app > You'll know what to do after that ;)
What I recommend you do is, if you're on Android 5.0 or up, there is a simple to use notification manager, where you can block apps notifications. Go in and block the Maps, then enjoy. Otherwise, I will recommend you forget using Maps app on your phone, and use the Maps in the browser instead (Chrome is your best bet). Since maps is the only Google app you ...
The only way possible is to root your phone and install Xposed Framework. It has a module, This App Will Run Without Google Play Services, which makes Play Services installation not compulsory for certain apps (including Maps); it's compatible with Android 2.3 – 5.0.
Yes, You can clear the location history. For that open settings > Location > Location Services > Google Location History. Here you will see the Delete location history option at the bottom of screen. Just hit that option. That's it !!
I downloaded Maps Version 9.7.1 from the Play Store today, and am now able to view My Maps within the regular Maps app. Note that I had to actively install the newest version of Maps via the Play Store, it did not update automatically.
It's quite easy, You have to just login here with your Google account which is configured on your mobile - https://maps.google.co.in/locationhistory/b/0/ Then you can get location.
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