From:google.com/news/articles/local-issues/why-you-might-need-to-turn-off-remote-access-for-your-computer-and-network source Google (Australia/US) title ‘Local issues’: Local apps and software could be affected by remote access article From (Google) article Title Google Local Issues: What you need to know for a local issue article From Google (US): local issues: Google is investigating an issue where Google Maps and Google Voice appear to have been temporarily disabled from local devices.
Google is notifying users about this issue.
To resolve the issue, users can turn off local access to the Google Maps app on their phones or tablets.
If Google Maps is enabled on a phone or tablet, Google will notify the user that it is temporarily disabled.
Google’s website also notes that Google Voice may also be temporarily disabled, but Google does not appear to be actively disabling Google Voice.
We are continuing to monitor this issue and will provide updates when we have more information.
To learn more, visit: google.com.au/local/localissues.
Google will be providing updates about this local issue over the coming days.
For more information, visit https://support.google.co.uk/article/p/google-local-apps-and/a/2448.
Google may have also received an email from Google’s developer team on Thursday, September 14th.
In that email, the developer team wrote:We’re aware of an issue with Google Maps on a smartphone that may be affecting some Google products.
We’ve been investigating and are working to resolve the problem, and will post an update once we have a better idea.
Google is aware of the issue and has since fixed it.
This is a local service issue affecting devices that are running the latest version of Google Maps.
If you experience this issue, you can check for updates and try to turn it back on.
Google has not yet responded to this email.
In addition to this local problem, Google has also reported that some Google apps are experiencing issues when it comes to updating their apps on mobile devices.
This issue can be triggered by updates that have not yet been deployed.
You can check your Google account for an update by going to Settings > Accounts > Update and then tapping “Check for updates”.
If you are experiencing this issue or have any suggestions on how to fix it, please share them in the comments below.
Google’s mobile search engine has been the subject of much controversy in recent months.
Last month, the search engine was pulled from all devices for over 24 hours, which caused widespread disruption and led to widespread protests across the globe.
The issue was resolved soon after.
Google was also pulled from Chrome on a number of devices in the United Kingdom in the weeks leading up to the Brexit vote.
Google later reversed this decision, but the issue has been re-emerging in the wake of the Brexit result.