How to disable a smart phone’s Geotagging feature.
Turn of you Location Based Services (LBS)

Android 4.2 phones
1. Start camera application
2. Hit the Settings button
3. Scroll down and find the GPS Tag option and turn it off

In older versions, the option may be called “Store Location,” but it is essentially the same process.

BlackBerry 6.0 and 7.0
1. Open Camera
2. Set the Location icon to “Disabled”

Disabling Geotagging can be done on BlackBerry Enterprise Server, which would work from an administration point of view if a company uses BES.
For some earlier versions, hit the Menu and Option buttons before changing the setting.

iPhone 4 and 5
1. Go to Settings
2. Select General
3. Select Location Services
4. Set Camera to “Off”

For older versions users can’t really turn off Geotagging for the camera without disabling it for all applications. But location warnings can be set to go off when an application is using them.


Windows Phone 7, 8, 10

1. Go to Settings
2. Navigate to Applications
3. Scroll down to Pictures & Camera
4. Set “include location (GPS) info in Pictures you take” to “Off”

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