Sometimes GPS gets stuck for various reasons
If your GPS is stuck, there are a few things you can try to fix. If all else fails, you can try disabling GPS entirely. Rain and cloud cover can also affect GPS connections. You can try disabling GPS, resetting network settings, or even uninstalling applications that use UTRAC.
Reset network settings
To fix this problem, it is recommended to reset the network settings on the iPhone. You'll need to log back into your keychain to use Wi-Fi again. This will clear any Wi-Fi passwords you have stored in iCloud Keychain.
Also, if you have mobile data turned off, you may need to manually turn it off after resetting your network settings. The process to perform reset network settings is fairly simple. This process may interrupt your WI-FI connection and cause problems.
To do this, just press and hold the power and home buttons. Before performing this procedure, make sure you have turned off airplane mode to prevent GPS from reconnecting. Press and hold these buttons until you see the Apple logo.
After successfully performing this process, the iPhone should restart normally. If you can't connect to the internet, you can try resetting your smartphone's network settings.
After restarting, you can check if GPS is back on. To check this, go to Settings - General - Date & Time. Sometimes, date and time zone issues can cause GPS to stop working. If the problem persists, you may need to update your network to get it working again.
Disable GPS function
When you are driving, your GPS gets stuck and you may have to disable GPS to get your device working again. If that doesn't work, you can try turning on airplane mode.
This option is usually in the app's shadow (the drawer at the top of the screen).
Swiping down the quick settings panel and clicking the "Location" shortcut will enable or disable the GPS connection. If that doesn't fix the problem, you can update the software to fix the problem.
This will take your device away from the network and restore an active connection when turned on. Other reasons might include that your device is in a remote area, or that the Maps app isn't cached or updated. In any case, turning off GPS for a few minutes might help. Some of these factors include thick walls and commercial buildings that can block the signal.
A car GPS jammers will prevent any device from picking up these signals in the process. This makes it harder for people using generic GPS devices to find their exact location without turning on their phone's location services