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One possible solution would be to use avast! Anti-Theft which allows you to text 1234 LOCATE to your phone in order to locate it, replacing 1234 with your avast! PIN number.
If by rename you mean give it a proper name instead of the ugly co ordinates google maps shows its not possible currently. People have said that changing the name by going to the desktop version applies to the app also but it did not work for me. Press the 3 parallel lines button and then press "My Places" - The arrow points towards the direction you are ...
You were probably nearly there and maybe missed one step. Unfortunately the easiest way to help you is to take you through the steps from the start. If you've already set something or downloaded the language, just move on to the next step, but check each step in order: Open "Settings" and under the heading "Speech" tap Language & input>Text-to-speech ...
It seems to me that you are talking about your "Starred locations" when you're talking about the markers layer on "My Maps", eih? These are stored in Google Bookmarks and can be exported -- including the locations. There's a good free tool, http://gexport.somee.com, available to convert the exported bookmarks (with geo-locations) to a KML file -- that you ...
Google Maps won't show a pin at the location unless you tell it to: geo:0,0?q=34.99,-106.61(Treasure) Read more in the common Android intents documentation: https://developer.android.com/guide/components/intents-common.html#Maps
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