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Yes indeed!

because gps signals would operate on radio frequencies which in turn could also be related to the normal functioning of the phone. It's been a part of experiment projects in many high schools also where a cell completely wrapped in an aluminium foil had not been recieving any calls, same had also been the case with gps signals.

Because aluminium has been a natural conductor of electrical signals, thus the radio wave which would move at the speed of light would also be blocked by it through it an thus bingo, magic!!
answered by karan-gupta

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