Those of you lucky enough to grab the Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Nexus, might have run into a slight problem. Apparently users running Android 4.1.1 have had some issues with their GPS. Even with several satellites in view some users are reporting being unable to get a GPS fix, giving some users flashbacks of the first Samsung Galaxy which was plagued by such issues.
To see if you’re affected simply download one of the countless GPS testing apps from the Play Store and see if you can get a constant fix. If you can’t then here’s a quick fix for it.
Go to SETTINGS and then click on LOCATION SERVICES. Once there simply deselect and then select again “Google’s Location Service” and you should be back in business.
If you were affected by this small glitch and were able to fix it let us know in the comments.