How To Fake GPS Location On Pokemon Go
The new release of Pokemon Go from Nintendo and its partners at Niantic Labs have created one of the best games of the year. For many, Pokemon Go has become more addicting than Flappy Bird. With this being said, many Pokemon trainers want to know for the Pokemon Go cheat that allows you to fake GPS location on Pokemon Go, so you can catch all the “rare Pokémon.” This new Pokemon Go trick works on both iOS and Android. In addition, those in the United States, Canada, UK, Australia and other parts of the world can use this with Pokemon Go iOS and Pokemon Go Android.
According to some players, they can Fake the GPS location of their smartphone that will allow them to virtually be in any location and catch Pokemon without leaving home. Even though this Pokemon Go trick can get you banned from the according to Vice.
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One Pokemon Go players has been telling other trainers that they should:
“Make sure you change locations at a human speed… there is a setting at the bottom that automatically moves location randomly. Set the distance to something small so you move as if you were running (maybe a bit faster) and just leave your phone on to gain [kilometers].”
With this being said, many Pokemon trainers want to know for the Pokemon Go cheat that allows you to fake Pokemon Go GPS location, so you can catch all the “rare Pokémon.”
Even though the Pokemon Go GPS location is allowing for lazy people to catch more Pokemon than others, it’s not stopping people from using the trick to be more successful Pokemon trainers than their friends. But it’s important to note that according to the Pokémon Go’s terms, players are not allowed to use “any unauthorized third-party software (e.g. bots, mods, hacks, and scripts) to modify or automate operation” or “attempt to circumvent any restriction in any Service,” which includes locations. Breaking the terms would give Niantic enough reason to “suspend or terminate your access to some or all” of the game. For a true fan of the game, that would definitely hurt.