iOS 9.1 Airplane Mode Issues Ashli Baldwin March 31, 2018 22:37 Updated Follow If you are running iOS 9.1, you'll need to acquire a GPS lock when you launch the app before activating Airplane Mode. To force a GPS lock either: Tap the crosshair icon to show your current location on the main map Begin a track recording Related articles Free vs. Membership vs. Premium Membership What maps are included in Gaia GPS? User Created Videos and Tutorials Does Gaia GPS work offline? Gaia 10.9.2 for iOS - Importing from Email Comments 4 comments Sort by Date Votes misterjones August 05, 2017 11:50 Yikes! How about current versions of iOS (10.3.X)? Can you get a GPS lock using the app with Airplane Mode enabled? 0 Permalink Nathan August 07, 2017 18:43 Yes, when using iOS 10.3.3 you can acquire a GPS signal while our device is in Airplane Mode. 0 Permalink whatabearthinks February 19, 2018 14:52 What about 11.2.5? And lets say you want to record a track, can you begin recording (thus acquiring the GPS lock), turn on Airplane mode, pause for lunch, but then restart the recording again once you start hiking after lunch? 1 Permalink Ashli Baldwin February 19, 2018 18:05 @whatabearthinks there are no reported issues with track recording in 11.2.5. You can restart your track, even when you're in airplane mode. 1 Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.