seems to affect every KitKat device, my two Nexus tablets, even my Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 with 4.2.2 on it. any app (say Weather Channel) or Google Now tends to locate me extremely far from where i am actually at. Maps shows me correctly in Owensboro, KY, but other apps that attempt to use GPS show me in places like Cupertino, CA, Tacoma, WA, or even London, England. is this some bug in the 'high accuracy' feature that came with 4.2? ever since that became part of the location settings the GPS has been wrong almost every time. the only workaround is to set it to 'device GPS only' but for some reason it kills Google Now and it sends a card asking me to put it back in High Accuracy mode, so i won't get any local data anymore until i do, in which it just puts data relevant to those other locations and not Owensboro, KY. is there a way to force Google Now to rely only on the device GPS which it did before?