The “Geotagging” feature adds the location information to the photos and videos taken using your Android device’s “Camera” app.
By default, this feature is turned off on Android.
However, if you want to turn it on, follow the below steps (in this instance, I’m using Android Pie):
Open Camera app.
Slide from left to right, and you can see the “Gear” icon at the top. Hit it.
Now, you can see the “Save location” option under “Save settings” section. Hit it.
Now, you may see a popup. In it, tap “Ok.” After that, if asked, provide “Location” permission to the “Camera” app.
That’s it. All done.
Keep in mind that the above steps (1-3) can turn off geotagging too.
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