#PokemonGo #GPS – Fake Your GPS Location & Movement to Cheat at Pokémon GO on Android : A strange thing is happening: there are people, groups of people even, walking the streets day and night staring wide-eyed at their mobile phones and laughing like manic children. What are these people doing? Are they taking pictures? Are they participating in some new social media craze? Is their activity an omen that the zombie apocalypse is upon us?
Nope. As it turns out, they’re just playing a little game called Pokémon GO. If you browse the internet on a daily basis or have any sort of contact with other human beings, you have no doubt heard about the augmented reality game Pokémon GO, which was released just last week to everyone. From the creators of Ingress, Pokémon GO is all about catching Pokémon, and you have to actually go outside and find them.
The game uses your phone’s GPS signal to relay information about Pokémon that may be in your area, and once you’re close enough to a Pokémon, you will have an opportunity to capture said Pokémon.
However, if you’d rather not leave the safety of your home to catch Pokémon, we may be able to help you. Location spoofing isn’t a new thing, but when used in conjunction with games like Pokémon GO, you just might have something pretty exciting.
So today, we’re going to show you how to trick Pokémon GO into thinking you’re someplace that you’re really not so that you can capture Pokémon that might be in a city far, far away.
Note: While the steps in this tutorial do work, it is important that you are aware of the risks involved in tricking the game. Niantic, the creators of the game, might issue you a soft ban if you attempt to spoof your location which will prevent you from logging into your account for a few hours. However, if you’re rooted, there is a way to prevent them from finding out that you’re spoofing locations.