These steps may vary slightly depending on your Android version
Solution 1: Toggle Your GPS
Turn off your GPS for some time (30 secs) then turn it on and allow it to search for the location again.
Solution 2: Toggle Airplane Mode
Switch it On and wait for 15-20 seconds before switching it Off again.
Solution 3: Power Saving Mode
Power Saving Mode disables some important functions like Wi-Fi and GPS. In order to use the ClockShark app and use the GPS feature, you must disable Power Saving mode.
Solution 4: Restart Your Android Device
Restart your Android device and try using the GPS again. You may find that the GPS problem would have fixed itself with a simple restart.
Solution 5: Tweak the GPS Settings
To check the GPS settings of your phone follow these steps:
Go to the settings menu of your device
Scroll to check for Location and tap on it
Under Location, tap on Mode
You want this in "High Accuracy Mode"
Solution 6: Enable Location Permission for ClockShark
Make sure that ClockShark has permission to use your location. You can reach this by going to Settings > Applications > ClockShark
Solution 7: Clear Cache and Data for Maps to fix GPS issues on Android
Go to the Settings menu of your phone or tablet
Scroll down to find Application Manager and tap on it
Under the Downloaded Apps tab, look for Maps and tap on it
Now tap on Clear Cache and confirm it on the pop-up box.
Once the cache files are cleared, tap on Clear Data.
Let us know if you have any questions about GPS issues on your Android device so that your ClockShark app can work to the best of its ability! We're here to help!
For the iOS version, check out this article