Enabling this function go to Settings -> Security.
The mobile app uses the location information on your Android mobile device to provide an estimate of your location . To estimate your location, your mobile device can access GPS satellites, Wi-Fi networks, and mobile networks. GPS provides the most accurate location information, but you'll improve accuracy further if you also allow your device to access mobile networks and Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi improves location accuracy even if you're not connected to a network).
To enable location access on your device:
- On your mobile device, touch Settings*.
- Touch Location*.
- Depending on your device and version of the Android OS, make sure all options such as Location, Location services, and Location reporting are enabled.
- Select an accuracy setting. These settings vary, depending on your device and version of the Android OS. For best results, choose the highest accuracy setting that includes GPS satellites, Wi-Fi, and mobile networks.
When GPS Satellites is enabled, the GPS status icon displays at the top of your mobile device screen: