There are always some minor problems and bugs come along with iOS update, including the latest iOS 11. One of iOS 11 issues that many users complain about is the GPS not working problem. For those Pokemon Go players, this can be a disaster.
As we know, Pokemon Go requires both stable network connection and clear GPS signal to work properly. When iOS 11 GPS stops working, you’ll receive “GPS signal not found” error immediately. How to fix GPS signal not found in Pokemon Go after iOS 11 update? Here in this post, we’ll show you some simple tricks to troubleshoot this problem.
How to Fix GPS Signal Not Found Error in Pokemon Go in iOS 11
1. Turn off Location Services and turn it back on
First of all, go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services to make sure that you have enabled location service for Pokemon Go. If you have enabled location permission for Pokemon Go, but still get “GPS signal not found” error while playing the game, turn off Location Services option and then turn it back on a few seconds later to see if it fixes the problem.
2. Reset Location & Privacy
If turning off/on Location Services doesn’t do the trick, try resetting Location & Privacy in Settings > General > Reset. After this, you need to enable location permissions for apps again.
3. Reset network settings on iPhone
Also, you can also try resetting network settings on your iPhone to fix Pokemon Go “GPS signal not found” error in iOS 11. To make it, open Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This will erase all your save Wi-Fi passwords on iPhone.
4. Update your iPhone
Just a week after the release of iOS 11, Apple quickly launched a minor software update – iOS 11.0.1 to fix a few discovered bugs and improve iOS performance. If you are tired of iOS 11 GPS issues and continuous “GPS signal not found” message in Pokemon Go, head into > Settings > General > Software Update to install iOS 11.0.1 update on your iPhone.