In the past few years, smartphones got so many features and options, and most of them are disabled by default. So, when you want to use a specific feature, you have to enable it first. The good thing is that activating options and features on Android platform is super simple, and with a few clicks you will turn on or turn off the option you want.
One of the most awaited phones in 2015 was Huawei P8 which is not strange considering the fact it has a 5.2-inch full HD display, 3GB RAM, 64-bit octa-core Kirin 930 processor, and a 2,680 mAh battery. It has a smooth design, and it is available in several colors, Titanium Grey, Carbon Black, and Mystic Champaign and Gold.
The focus was on its 13 MP rear camera and its ability to take photos and videos that look professional. Of course, the camera comes with many features. Almost every smartphone has a geotagging option, and when this option is enabled, location information about the photo will be saved. Here, we are going to explain how to enable GPS tags for photos on Huawei P8.
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How to enable GPS tags for photos on Huawei P8
While you may go through phone’ settings to find this feature, it is actually a few clicks away in camera settings. Let’s see how you can activate geotagging feature:
- From the Home Screen tap on Camera app
- When the Camera app opens tap on three vertical dots to open the main Camera settings menu
- Next, tap on the gear icon
- You will see the option “GPS tag”, tap on it
- The message will appear informing you that you can enable GPS tag that will attach the location info for the photos and videos you take
- To enable it click OK.
The feature is now enabled. If you want to deactivate it, follow the above-mentioned steps, tap on “GPS tag” option and you will turn it off.
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