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Android locator 9lala

Android device owners that use location-related services and apps a lot, and would like to track and access their own location for a change , can do so on Google Maps by going to location history.

One reddit thread discusses how Android device users can view their location history “minute-by-minute” by going to this Google Maps URL: maps.google.com/locationhistory . There, you can browse location history by day, which should show up on a map, assuming that you have location services enabled on your device.

Because Google does the actual tracking of your location, you’d have to agree to Google monitoring that data for you in order for the service to work. Otherwise, you’ll get a blank map, as shown below:

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I have Xamarin Studio, and I need to specify the Android SDK Location. I have previously had Xamarin Studio working on my pc, and for some reason, I need to enter this again.

Have you tried to find this folder via the Windows explorer? Can it been seen? Maybe the folder is hidden (by default install - it is hidden by the Windows operating system in the users folder). Just check that you can view hidden folders in Windows explorer (by the settings in the windows control panel > appearance and personalization > folder options > show hidden files and folders.

This happened to me as the Windows OS could not find the SDK folder which was required for the Android Studio SDK path, and was resolved by showing hidden files and folders, which enabled me to complete the default SDK install path location.