Samsung has released its flagship devices, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus quite recently and with that, smartphone enthusiasts are taking their hands on these devices. Both the flagship devices come packed with dozens of features and applications. Despite all the new and attention capturing features, some old helpers like maps don’t lose their importance. In our everyday life there comes a point when almost everyone feels the need of navigation. Mostly for such purpose, Google’s maps are used. However, a considerable number of people think using Google Map takes too much mobile data.
Samsung’s latest flagships, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus let you save a series of maps offline. With these maps saved on your devices, you can use them anytime without using your mobile data. Although by saving these maps on your devices gives you navigation access anytime but if you do not update them within 30 days, they will be removed automatically. It is, in fact, a necessary development since paths change and maps should be up to date. Don’t fret if you use offline maps, we will save you from the trouble of updating them again and again.
You can set your saved maps on an automatic update so that you will not have to update them again and again manually. Here’s how you can do that;
Update Offline Maps in Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus Automatically
- Navigate to Google Maps app and launch it.
- Now tap the menu button, you will find the menu button on the top left corner.
- Under menu, scroll down and tap on settings.
- Select Offline Maps and enable,
- Update offline maps automatically
- Download offline maps automatically
That’s it, you have set your offline maps to automatic updates. In case you have queries, let us know in the comments.