I like using my phone as a GPS. It has all the sensors and storage and everything. Even if I can't find a good app yet.
However (since I am concerned about leaking private data, I have turned the location setting to device only, which means it only uses the GPS radio), Waze constantly nags about turning on "high accuracy" location; meaning it wants to scan wi-fi, bluetooth, and everything else. Which means that the OS will be shipping that info to Google/Alphabet HQ.
How can I use my phone as a GPS without assisting Google's wardriving efforts? GPS by itself is highly accurate, or at least it was until Google decided to harvest wi-fi locations via a distributed Android network. Or am I misremembering something?
Are these nags just part of apps, or is there something I can do to mitigate incessent nagging?