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The phone has a GPS sensor and the OS can read the values from this sensor. Thus, the OS knows your real position. However, the apps have no access to the direct OS reading - they can only ask the OS to give them the position. And the OS has builtin support to give them fake results. To do that, do the following steps: Enable developer mode (as described ...


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It does not take into account your walking speed but assumes a normal walking speed. From Google Maps help What is the Google Map walking speed? Is this a constant value or does it change depending on slope? Normal walking speed is about 3 miles per hour - It does not adjust for distance travelled, nor for whether you are on a road or footpath. It does ...


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