Geolocation is one of those Chromium features that uses the Google API. You must enable the Google Maps Geolocation API and billing, otherwise geolocation will not work.

Once you enable Google Maps Geolocation API and billing, you can provide the keys to the Chromium engine using one of the approaches described in the Chromium API Keys article.

Note: due to the security restrictions in Chromium 50 and higher, geolocation doesn't work for file:/// URI. You must put a web page that works with the Geolocation API on a web server and access the web page through HTTPS protocol.

Geolocation Permission

Please take into account that there is a specific permission that should be granted to enable geolocation in JxBrowser. 

The following sample code demonstrates how to enable this permission:

browser.setPermissionHandler(new PermissionHandler() {
    public PermissionStatus onRequestPermission(PermissionRequest request) {
        if (request.getPermissionType() == PermissionType.GEOLOCATION) {
            return PermissionStatus.GRANTED;
        return PermissionStatus.DENIED;