My Google Maps app shows a blue dot to indicate my current location, but (unlike on all of my friends' Google Maps), the blue dot does not show a compass-based arrow to indicate which direction I'm facing.
How can I fix mine so that I can know which direction I'm facing?
I've seen online that other people have had similar problems on iOS.
By the way, I've tried clearing cache, force-stopping the app, changing my language and fonts, calibrating my compass, and I've read these tips too.
I want the direction-indicating arrow so that I know which way I'm facing even without entering a destination and switching into Navigation mode.
Also, double-tapping the "blue target" symbol in the bottom right (as suggested here) does not change that symbol into a compass (or do anything different from single-tapping, which centers the map on my current location).
I'm using Android 6.0.1 on a Motorola Moto G4 Plus.
P.S. This question is not relevant because that person can see the blue arrow, and my blue dot has no arrow at all.