1. Richard Sa's Avatar
    On my Galaxy S3 running 4.3, I could take a photo and if I had the GPS tags option enabled (it recorded the location obviously).
    I could then view the pics in gallery and then if I have the gps turned on I choose the get directions option and it would open google maps, and have the direction from my current location to the tags recorded in the picture.

    I cant seem to find this option on my Galaxy S5 running 4.4.2
    Has it been removed ?

    It will happily open google maps showing the location that the picture was taken but no facility to navigate to that location.
    I used to use this a lot, Is there a way to restore this or an app that will replace it, or to copy the coordinates to clipboard and drop them into google maps ?

    Thanks

    Richard
    04-26-2014 02:57 PM
  2. Jerrduford's Avatar
    If it opens it up in google maps (but doesn't seem to offer a convenient way to navigate to it) could you try tapping and holding on the point or near the point on the map, and navigating to it?
    04-28-2014 04:25 PM
  3. Richard Sa's Avatar
    No tried that, but sorted the problem
    Downloaded an app called GPS Photo Viewer (Google Map) from the app store, does exactly what I need and more !
    04-30-2014 02:56 PM
  4. Jerrduford's Avatar
    Good deal, thanks for sharing.
    05-01-2014 07:17 PM

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