我不断看到在我的状态栏中搜索gps ...图标，并希望检查哪个应用程序尝试访问我的位置。我在网站上检查了类似的问题，所有建议备件或测试菜单。然而，在我的Galaxy Nexus上，这些问题是不可能的，因为当我尝试访问电池统计时备件崩溃了（没有
I'm constantly seeing the Searching for GPS... icon in my status bar, and would like to check which app is trying to access my location. I checked the similar questions on the site and all suggested either Spare Parts or the test menu.
However, on my Galaxy Nexus these are out of the question, since Spare Parts crashes with ANR when I try to access the battery stats (there's no
com.android.settings.battery_history.BatteryHistory activity), and the test menu doesn't have the necessary menus.
So, any other possibilities?
One way, Go to: Settings > Applications > Running Services to see if there are any suspicious services running. Or check your battery usage in settings and see which apps suspiciously are up top. GPS usage does suck battery.
On current versions of Android (I'm not sure when this was added, but this is available in Android KitKat), you can go to Location Settings and it will show a list of apps under Recent Location Requests.
You can then kill those off one by one until the GPS notification goes away. Sadly, you can't kill them directly from Location Settings. You'll have to either go to Settings -> Apps, or find them in your recent tasks.
It would be nice if there were a way to actually see what is using the GPS, as sometimes it seems to be some sort of Google service that doesn't show up as an app. (So, even killing everything listed doesn't help, then GPS turns off randomly a while later.)