Does not work :-( The app does not work. 1.It will toggle only once (only on widget display, the actual state of gps does not change) and then i have go back into the settings and enable/disable GPS. 2.Back on widget i press the button it changes state (again only displays that it has) I go back into settings and find nothing has happened. I am mostly using it as a shortcut to get to sys settings by touching the label (that is indeed a good feature by itself) SGS-2-I9100G. ICS 4.0.4
Works perfectly with 1 Click Unlike the other GPS Toggle Widgets that I have tried, this one actually works exactly as stated. One click ON, another click OFF with a little Green/Red Indicator to show state at a glance. When setting up the widget it gives you the option of having a label (which you can customise) or no label. Unlike the picture above the icon label on my ASUS Transformer appears beside the icon and not below it (In Landscape mode). If you change your mind about having a label just drag the icon off the page and then set it up again and you will be offered the choice once again to accept or edit the label. Simple to use, attractive and functional.
Doesn't work on Nexus 7 / Jelly Bean Seems like those with Gingerbread or newer are having problems with this widget. The developer's other widgets work great, please fix this one so we can have a complete matching set of widgets.
On requires two Touches ( HTC Inc 2 ) Have to OK the "Standalone GPS Services" in addition to turn on the GPS widget. Still, this widget works well to provide the best possible workaround solution. Many others widgets just blithely dump you into the Location Settings menu.
Didn't work with Nexus 7 Now that my tablet is getting a little older, I'm looking for easy ways to extend my battery life. I was looking for a one click widget that can turn off location services, but sadly this isn't it. I think Google doesn't have an API for this.
Doesn't Work on Redmi I tried it on my Redmi phone and it doesn't work. Toggled GPS to off, my my phone still happily searched for GPS signal. Repeated the same process twice to confirm this.
- 1click fix