You need to give Wyze app location permission in Android to set your Home. You need to keep location services turned on in order for geolocation rules to work if you have any. If you’re just using sunrise/sunset rules, you can probably turn location off once you’ve set the rules up and enabled them. That’s how it works now… as always, that may change.
Here’s a simple example… turn on a group of color bulbs at 11 mins after sunset and turn off at 11 mins before sunrise. Needs location to determine sunset/sunrise. I’m pretty sure location gets stored when you save the simple rule as I have location turned off and the rule continues to work and has been adjusting for sunrise/sunset shift over the past 3 weeks:
If you do a Location Trigger, as illustrated below by @spamoni4, you’ll need to keep Android location on, preferably with Precise Location enabled. His example is for geofencing triggers… e.g., turn lights on when you’re within x distance from Home.