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The Google Maps App is dependent on the Google Play Services app. Whenever you point out a location or a route, or even load a particular area of the map regularly, it records your actions so as to provide a better prediction the next time you access that particular app. Those recorded actions are linked to your Google Account through the Google Play ...
It seemed to be a problem related to system performance, after all. Looks like they system used too much RAM, leading to having slow Maps. After wiping the device, Maps work as expected.
There are several GPS apps which, amongst others, display the exact coordinates on your screen. Some even offer to export them. Moreover, there are apps for GPS tracking, recording your positions and usually allow you to export your recordings in GPS eXchange Format or Keyhole Markup Language. In both cases, exported files have the locations in plain ASCII. ...
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