Google Maps can be used to locate the best route before you set out. For those with limited data plans, or who have limited access to their mobile phones, this may be an issue. Good news! Google Maps can be saved on the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. Below is a guide to saving Google Maps offline using the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus.
How to Save Google Map Offline for Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+
Two methods can be used to save Google Maps offline. However, both require that your Samsung Galaxy S20+ Plus is turned on and you go to Google Maps. These are the two methods to save Google Maps on your Samsung Galaxy.
Use the Search of Google Maps command to enter your query
Once you have opened Google Maps app you can go to the search bar by typing “OK Maps” after that you can start saving the Google Maps you searched for.
Save Google Maps through the Info Bar
You can also save a Google Map to your Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+ Plus by opening the app and searching for the place you want to search. Press and hold your finger on the screen until a checkmark appears.
Next, in the infobar at the bottom of your screen, you will be able to view all saved Google Map locations. The info bar can be swiveled upward to view all data on the entire screen.
After selecting the three-point icon, select “Save offline map” to view all saved data. This will allow you to view all saved Google Maps while offline and not connected.
It is important to remember that Google Maps stored on the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus are only saved for 30 days. After that, they are automatically deleted.
These are the two ways to save Google Maps from the Samsung Galaxy S20 or S20+ Plus.