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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lexa.fakegps&hl=it&gl=US funziona una meraviglia.
Tell us a bit about the device. If it's Android or iOS based device in your possession, there are easy and legal ways to do it, like the Fake GPS Location app or with something like Frida if needed. If it's some other kind of device or a device not in your possession, spoofing it requires some dedicated SDR hardware.
With the latter case, if you're not carefully following RF lab protocols, there's a chance you might get some unwanted law-enforcement attention.
Ask them whether they'd let their boss track them 24/7. They'll most likely answer no. Then ask them whether they said no because they have something to hide. They'll most likely answer no again. Gongrats, you've just proven the "if you don't want to be monitored you have something to hide" thing wrong.
If they don't accept your privacy, change your phone password, and refuse to let them install the tracker. I obviously don't know how your parents react to rebellious kids, but mine usually give up after a short while.
An alternative method (for Android users), is to download a fake GPS app, and set your location to some random place. Their tracker will now be worthless. Note that I haven't used this app in a while, so I'd recommend that you do some testing.
My phone is not rooted nor bootloader unlocked.
This app works flawlessly, you just have to go into Developer Settings and set it as your mock location app. Couldn't be easier, works on any Android phone.
You may also need a GPS spoofing app (at least on Android). The NBA app also uses location data so a VPN alone won't always work. Set the GPS spoofer to wherever you set your VPN.
It worked all last season and in the 1st preseason game.
This is the one I use. [link]
Might I suggest [link] if you're on Android? I've used it in the past when I needed to fake my location (for testing a website I wrote) and it worked well. Not sure if this Life360 is clever enough to see past that, but it's worth a shot.
If you're on iOS, [link] might help (it was the first Google result I saw), plus there's apps available if you want to jailbreak your phone.
I'd also try and speak to a police officer or something about what your rights are with property you purchased (as you're still a minor), because you might find that parental authority might be limited when it comes to items you've purchased (e.g. if you've bought it, they might not be able to take it away from you, regardless of age or if you're being punished for something you did (or didn't) do). In which case, I'd uninstall the app and refuse to unlock your phone without being in the presence of a mediator (e.g. a police officer)
Good luck, and I hope you get out of there ASAP!
It's really weird that Bumble hides an existing chat just because the user changed location.
Anyway, if you're using Android, you can try a fake GPS and relocate to SF to see if it shows the chat again. [link]
Do you have android? if so download this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lexa.fakegps&hl=en_US
After downloading, enable Developer mode (easy to do, if you don't know how there are plenty of places that have that info! Literally a 3 second process.) go to developer mode and select Mock GPS Location, and select that app you just downloaded. From there, you'll be able to fake your location with ease within that app.
FakeGPS will answer to GPS location requests with whichever location you decide, if you never leave the apartment tell FakeGPS your apartment's location and turn real GPS off.
There's an app for that. The average person doesn't know what a router is or how it works, yet they're still able to plug one in and use it - at least given the number of idiots posting online it doesn't seem much of a barrier.
But yeah "people probably will never find this super obvious flaw" is a totally reliable way to implement quarantine.
I use this one, but there are tons out there and this is just the first one that did the job.
Also, for pokemon go, you might want to find one that lets you move the gps around. This app lets you pick points and teleport, but not move as if you were traveling.
No need for a VPN on mobile if you use the app, as it takes the easy way and check your location by the GPS.
Just install a fake GPS app and launch it before opening/logging in to the app.
It's useful even if you live in a ES country, like tomorrow when swe ES doesn't cover GP Industria Artoginato I can watch it in Italian
Alright, so I've gotten numerous private messages about the trick.. I was a little leery about posting it, but I guess maybe it's not a big deal.
I live in Indiana and don't see the Bears games very often, so this trick is great for me.
If you have Hulu Live, download the mock GPS app ([link]) for Android (there's definitely a similar app for iPhone) and set your location to Chicago. It takes about 10 seconds.
Turn off the WiFi on your smartphone, then open the Hulu app. Now, go to the Live portion of the app and you'll notice the Chicago Fox channel there. That's where the game is tonight. Now, you can turn your wifi back on as not to eat up mobile data.
If your problem is that you already get Chicago channels but it sometimes doesn't allow you to watch at game time, then set your location on the fake GPS app to Denver (or whoever we are playing that game) and try their regional network. At least now you have two options.
You could try Fake GPS location https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lexa.fakegps
You need to enable developer settings and once done you can change your GPS provider to the Fake GPS app. Can't say for sure if it will work for your situation though. You may also need to sideload this app if it's not available in the play store for Android TV
I found this one ([link]) so I'm going to try it alongside nord VPN and see how it goes.
Edit: apparently the app can detect when you use a GPS Spoofing app since it requires you to deactivate it or deactivate Developer Options.
It's because they only allow people to stream it in the KC area, but there's a workaround (assuming you're using Android):
De-select the WiFi option under your location settings (so the phone only reports location from GPS, not from nearby WiFi routers), then install a fake GPS app, select somewhere in KC on its map and hit the 'play' button in the corner. Your phone now thinks it's in KC. Refresh the chiefs.com page and then you'll be able to watch the stream there.
Worked for me tonight, watching the game from Houston.
I used this one on my last phone Fake GPS Location ...I didn't use it for what you want to do, but it did help with my radar app that couldn't figure out where I was.
Have her install this app.
Have her close the moviepass app, and open the one I linked.
She needs to move the little guy on the map to wherever your local theater is, then press the green play icon that's at the bottom of the screen.
Wait a few seconds (15+ preferably) and then restart the moviepass app. It should let her check in and you pay with her card at the theater.
The app doesn't work on some phones but it does on mine, and I tried this process last night with flawless results. Let me know if you need help
If they only look for the gps location, then maybe a gps spoofer will fix your problem (something like this maybe?)
The only other option i can think of is if you find a vpn service with a connection server in your desired town.
And i use it on my unrooted Z2. Works like a charm.
And more on FB. It will show your list of friends if you browse someone that you have known friends with. From there its relatively easy to track you. But as you said, new fb account so no friends means shouldn't be a problem.
VPN is just a relay, if you are living in America and you connect to japan via a VPN, your data will be relayed to japan before reaching the provider, if your location is known (through gps or sim) that data is relayed to the provider. If you remove your sim card and change your location with this, they don't have any real estimate of your location, so they assume it based on the fake data provided.
This one has always worked for me on Android. Don't think it's really an option on iPhone, but I can't speak too much to that. I don't remember exactly, but I believe Bunq uses phone numbers to log in rather than an email/password, so a non-EU phone number might also be an issue.
In any case, make sure not to make the Bunq account more than 80 days before you come to NL (since you need to enter your BSN after 90 days, and while it shouldn't take more than 3 business days to receive the BSN after arrival, if it does take up to 8 or 9 days, you have a safety margin)
I use FakeGPS: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lexa.fakegps
You don't need root, just need to enable developer tools and set the app as the "Fake GPS" in the dev tools settings.
On android , you can easily use this app to set a location and there's no way Life360 will tell the difference, it'll just show up as whereever you want it to show up: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lexa.fakegps&hl=en_US&gl=US
On iOS though, you are SOL, unless you jailbreak and do a bunch of other invasive stuff.
I modify the hosts file on my computer and phone (you need to root to get at the hosts file), and paste a list from here into your hosts. This will block lots of analytics/tracking addresses. Then activate the dev settings on your phone, and turn on mock GPS, and set it to an app like this to mock your location to somewhere else. Then use a VPN, goes without saying. Beyond that, you can use Firefox and various addons to add more blockers (Decentraleyes, Ghostery, Privacy Badger) though I'm not sure what more they would do. Set your browser to delete cookies and history upon exit. Can't think of what else can be done beyond these things.
Download the app Fake GPS
Turn on development settings by tapping on your build number 7 times in "about phone"
Set Fake GPS as your mock location app in developer options
In fake GPS change your location to somewhere else. (I usually do philadelphia or somewhere out east)
Open youtube tv on you tv, and click update current playback area. Go to tv.youtube.com/verify and it will check the location of your phone and change your playback area. This will remove the black out and you should be able to watch with no problem!
DM me if you have any specific questions!
Good luck and FTR!
No map application of course. GPS should be disabled permanently. On android you may use an app like [link]
to spoof location data. You can randomize your location that way.
If you really need a map I’d opt for downloading an offline version of openstreetmap.
Download Fake GPS from the app store, I used it when I was tracked on Life360 and wanted to hangout with my boyfriend. It's a little tedious to find the location she'll need every time but it effectively keeps her location wherever she sets it. Then go wherever you want! [link]
I just found a solution for you a couple of seconds ago. Download this app [link] change your location to one of those cities, check your Google maps to see if it worked. And create a new gridwise account. You can use the earnings tracker I have at least
I haven't used a lot, I have only tried this one for fun, and it works well: [link]
There is also some with more advanced features, like an on-screen joystick that is displayed even in other apps, but I haven't installed or tried any because I play Ingress (a Pokémon-Go like game) and I don't want to be banned if the game detect this kind of app on my phone.
I guess you already know how to select a fake location app in the developer's settings? If not, it's probably explained in the apps.
I think it has to do with the deals the local channels make to get the preseason games. KEYE has the games in Austin, but only broadcast and zero streaming rights, at least that's what I figure as a YouTube TV user. Gonna give this GPS spoofer a shot for the next game, think it's the one u/datazzthough mentioned. Just searching 'fake gps' turns up several apps with that name.
I'm not sure if this will work for what you need it for, but try searching your app store for a GPS spoofer. Phrases such as "GPS Spoof" or "GPS fake" usually does the trick.
Here's an example i found for android:
If you're on Android, you could spoof your GPS location using the (totally legal) Fake GPS Location app:
>> Teleport your phone to any place in the world with two clicks! This app sets up fake GPS location so every other app in your phone believes you are there!
got u sis, for iPhones here, for android here
I was able to get it working by installing Fake GPS location and activating developer mode on the box, which will allow setting the app as your location service.
It worked fine for me as well, I used the app Fake GPS location and could switch back and forth between countries just by changing fake location in the app. Had to restart the Eurosport app, it seems like it only checks your location once (immediately after each time you start the app)
what I did after successfully mocking the location, was to turn off developer options, for some reason the app still works.
If it helps, the app I'm using is this one
I used Fake GPS for my spoofing needs. It has never locked me in a location when I properly turn it off. Try downloading it, turning it on, then turn it back off and see what happens.
This is the application I use and it needs to be on a rooted phone and converted into a system app so Pokemon Go doesn't detect it. I then slapped together a C# app in a couple of minutes with a map and double clicking simply runs this command "adb shell am startservice -a com.lexa.fakegps.START -e lat 56.1234 -e long 44.0011".
I put this together before any APIs popped up. If I were to do this all over again, I'd integrate it with one of the pokemon maps available.
I used this recently: Fake GPS Location (Android app)
Install it, go into Developer Settings. If you don't have Developer Settings unlocked,
Depending on the Android version, there'll either be a checkbox called "Allow Mock Locations" or, on Android 6.0, "Mock Location App" (which you tap and choose Fake GPS Location as the mock location provider).
Now you can set any location on Fake GPS Location, and apps like Grindr will see the new location (also works with Tinder, Hornet, etc.; but probably not with Google Maps, and definitely not with Ingress; some apps use more than just your GPS to find your location, for example local wifi networks, etc.)
If the location gets "stuck" when you're done messing around, you can go back into Developer Settings and disable the mock locations setting (worked for me). Otherwise check the description on the fake GPS app for other advice.
Ninja edit: I should also mention, this doesn't require root, and it worked on my stock Nexus 5X (the instructions for Developer Mode and such are also from the POV of a Nexus ROM; other Android makers like Samsung may have moved things around, so you may need to Google for specifics).
these are folders in your phone. you need a root explorer to find them. and can someone explain why the fuck i'm being downvoted?
same instructions are on the app page...
this worked just fine, works also without mocking location settings (you need to enable root and move the apk to system/app or system/priv-app)
Root + Market enabler + fake my GPS - I use it all the time to enable Google Now but i'm not sure if it will work for you. Getting it to work is quite tricky and requires a few restarts.
You can just spoofe your gps location aka fake it with an app. If you have android its easy, just download an app from the play store. If IOS look up fake gps app and their might be something for that too.
There's a separate app. I use fake GPS ( [link] )
When using the VPN do a VPN location lookup. A quick Google search should provide you with a rough location of the VPNs physical location. Set fake GPS to that location and turn it on then set that location as a "favorite." Once your VPN and GPS data show the same place open the NBA app.
The first time I did it, it took me 5-10 minutes. Now it takes 10 seconds. And most of that time is waiting for the VPN to connect.
I have always had luck with this app, even on newer Android versions that don't officially support it.
Keep in mind that some apps use device location and IP address location. For device location, app spoofing should work, but for IP address location you'll need to use a VPN as well.
Here is the app I use, just make sure your Android is in developer mode and you have your mock location app set to the app you want to use in developer settings.
You have to download this app 👉🏽 [link] go to developer options after downloading, click on select mock location app and select fake gps, go on google maps and look up the address for your nearest gamestop location, on fake gps click on the hamburger menu on the upper left side and select "go to", on google maps hold down on the pin for gamestop til the dropped pin location shows up, click on the new menu that pops up below and near the top of the menu will be the longitude and latitude, hold down on that to copy those coordinates to your clipboard and paste those coordinates into the "go to field" on the fake gps app. The gps will take you to the exact location on the fake gps app and from there pen up the pokemon pass app, log on, use the camera when asked to to scan this code and it'll think you're there and generate a code for you. And you can do this with unlimited email addresses, to get more codes you have link those email addresses when asked in the app to the pokemon website.
Yes, it's relatively easy to do with an Android phone. All you have to do is enable mock location in the phones settings and use the Fake GPS Location app.
Use these tools (or something similar, below are for android)
Wherever you choose for location spoofing, use a VPN in a corresponding location.
Secure free VPN
I love myself a long morning swim.
Fr tho it only works on Android
The app I use: [link]
if u do get a new phone download a fake gps app, so it'll show u as somewhere else than where u really are, the only people that know where u really are is then the phone tower. this app is a lill beaut https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lexa.fakegps&hl=en
If it's an Android, you could also consider using a GPS spoofing app like Fake GPS location, so any other apps will get false GPS coordinates from your phone.
Thanks. You are welcome.
You are gonna need this fake GPS app and developer options turned ON to spoof your location to grab this deal.
Ah, interesting... Well then you could either take the extra step of borrowing (for free) a shitload of movies from the library, or use a gps-spoofing app! (I might even recommend such an app to get around the poor GPS signal issue you're experiencing)
Which is starting to sound like more work than just setting up a Plex server and torrenting anything you want haha.
Yes, if you have an Android, you can download Fake GPS.
Note that some profs, like my math 180 prof, took attendance by hand sometimes to check if people were just checking in and leaving/not showing up.
In fact, some mention this in their syllabus.
You can set your location at your dorm while you go out with friends using apps like this one.
Keep in mind, location can be tracked via wifi as well, so turn off wifi location in your phone's settings.
Just once I'd like to see central uni garbage sent through the same process research ethics applications go through.
This would get rejected before it got halfway through the planning stage since any student opting out is now going to appear to be wasting the time of the class and the academic (read: casual student /PhD candidate paid to tutor and mark them) when getting marked off as present, putting even the most selfless person at risk of unconscious bias against them.
Not to mention it's kinda funny they decided to use geolocation when things like this exist.
If you're using an Android device, you can change your location with an app. I use FakeGPS.
Load this GPS fake location app on your phone. You can make them think you're in church if you want. Make them think you're at your BF's house when you're at home, take an occasional trip to China or India during the day. Make them lose trust in their spyware and they'll give up on it.
I've been pondering the possibilities of sending false gps information, i.e. scrambling the data such that it becomes meaningless.
For example, this "Fake GPS" app for android:
My mom also wanted me to download Itz and I've been using this for a while now. This is a fakeGPS with an options to look like you're walking around. It works really well for me
Yes it just uses the GPS data.
If you're on Android use this app
Set it to whatever areas content you're interested in and open YouTube TV. You'll get the new area content notification, close the app, change location, rinse and repeat.
I just tested, Boston, NYC and Fort Lauderdale worked like a charm.
Also if your phone has hotspot support you can connect your streaming device to your phone and it will also reflect the location you've spoofed. Use it with the Roku in my trailer.
Fake gps [link]
I'm running Vanilla Android 9 on a Pixel XL. Turn on Dev options, set fake GPS to be a location app, run fake GPS and select the location and hit start, open maps to make sure the location takes, then open YouTube tv
If the app is just using Android's location service, you can use the Fake GPS app to spoof your location. I do this sometimes to change my location in the AMI Jukebox app to fuck with my friends and play crappy music remotely when I know they're at the bar.
Since Hulu uses your GPS location, run a location spoofer to make it think you are at home. I sometimes use this one - you'll have to enable developer options in your phone's settings though.
Play store link: FakeGPS
> Not all the consequences, this is a really slippery slope
A slippery slope is usually about things that may happen as a result. I'm saying that you have to choose between keeping or rejecting bodily integrity as a principle.
You can't say that it's a principle if it can be selectively ignored by the government. If the government is in a position to pick and choose, which specific bodily integrity rights they want you to keep and which ones they want to take away, then you're effectively discarding the principle.
There is no argument for forced chipping that can't also justify the other violations of your body that I listed.
> Yes, but they'd have to be accountable for x amount of time. So, if a crime happened and you were a suspect and your GPS was off it'd be more probable cause for a warrant than if your GPS was on and said you weren't there.
Then just use GPS spoofing. It's trivial; I even have an app on my Android phone that can do this. It makes other apps believe that I'm in any location that I choose.
If you have an Android phone, you can feed apps completely wrong g location data, so it'll still update when they hit the refresh button. I've used this one before: [link]
I don't know about Hulu but you can do it with YouTube TV.
Get a GPS spoofer app.. Set your location to Anaheim, open the game up on your phone, then cast it to your TV.
In general, I've liked YouTube TV for the month or so I've had it, but I suppose the rights deal the Cowboys made for their preseason games wasn't too forward thinking, so I'm giving this a shot next game to see if I can go without r/NFLstreams this season. As long as it's on the same network as the device doing the streaming, it should let us all be watching in "Dallas."
Yes you are on your WiFi, but Blizzard only checks your GPS Data.
The built in GPS spoof does not work for me in NOX either, try this one in bluestacks : [link]
Here ya go.
Edit: I should not that you do not need an IP address from the area. I originally set up a VPN with an exit point in NYC, but since then I've been able to view love TV while simply faking my GPS location, so I don't believe they check that just yet.
It's for android. Here's the link : [link]
Hopefully it works alright...I'm on my phone atm
On Android, you can wipe the app data, spoof your GPS location, and then launch the app and sign in. If it's still bugging you about location, you'll have to use a VPN to connect, in addition to spoofing location. Wipe the app data each time to "reset" things, and make sure the VPN and GPS spoof are fairly close to each other.
honestly just go with the 'fake gps location' app [link]
if you know how to root your phone then installing it into /system will persist through factory resets and pretty much anything else you can throw at it. I have a membership to mSpy (a highly invasive spy service) and tested my own devices out with that app and it could even fool them, so I'd say in reality theres nothing easier nor better.
It just doesn't really seem that difficult... just saying. If you "wouldn't trust a redditor with that info", I wouldn't trust a 6 hour account that's attempting to stir up shit to tell the truth either.
Here's an easy way to get the Snowfalke and Sun trophies [Android]:
Download a GPS spoofer app (like Fake GPS Location), and set your location to something like Alaska or the South Pole. Restart Snapchat and send a picture with the temperature filter.
Just like Snowflae, download a GPS spoofer app (like Fake GPS Location), and set your location to something like Kuwait or Kairo. Restart Snapchat and send a picture with the temperature filter.
if you have an Android 4.4+ i believe you need to move fake gps app to the system/priv-app (make sure to reboot the phone afterwards)
i rooted the phone, installed this one, moved its apk to system/priv-app (deleted it from data/app as well), rebooted, opened the app, found lanxess arena, clicked "set location", enabled gps and checked in in the esl app. try again with my steps?
Can you actually set it though? Anyone with developer options can enable it, but I'm under the impression you need an app that requires root to actually pick on a map where you want it to think it is.
This is what I use
Turn off device location and use "battery saving" and set up a VPN wherever you want to "be." Then connect via that VPN and BAM.
Your other option is something like [link] which may or may not work with your device, sometimes needs root and is pretty difficult to setup.
A somewhat quick search gives a few results, including apps like this one, Fake GPS Location. Don't know if this is exactly what you want, nor do I know if it's the best around, but it's a start, I guess.
Capture the means of location
You can just use a GPS faker and put yourself anywhere you want for the generic location filters
Such as this one - [link]
Here are the sound files that you can copy to your Waze folder using this guide
Or you can just use a GPS spoofer to change your location to US and download the voice directly from the app.
Downloading the voice files and replacing them manually is better because you can still use the voice after the promotion ends.
No just one app. Can change your gps position for all the other app.
a simple location spoof would save so much trouble.
8 hours before that he was in "Ireland". You can use an app like fake gps to misrepresent your location.
this is the one I use
It's one I've used for ages but it is finicky at times
Hier, mein Freund:
I'm on Android so when I was using one I used this. I assume you can get one for iPhone but I'm not sure.
This is what I use, [link]
You can always go to a physical dealership.
Check out "Fake GPS location"
This is going to be long, so I apologize, but there's lots to cover:
If it's an Android, you have a variety of apps available that can fake your location. These are used for testing when building apps, though be warned that some apps (e.g. Pokemon Go) can detect these apps and alert whoever built the app that the location is being faked. I use Fake GPS when testing an app for a friend and it works great. Just pick a location on a map, tap the button to begin, and let it go.
If you've got an Apple, you'd probably need to jailbreak your phone in order to fake your location. I don't have an Apple, so I don't know the specifics.
In either case, if your mom isn't that tech-savvy, you could just turn location services / GPS off so she can't have access to your location.
I also recommend putting a really strong password on it. Not a face unlock (as you can fool that with a photo), but a PIN with lots of numbers, pattern or if your phone has it, fingerprint.
If you have a newer phone with a newer version of Android, you can set up multiple users. That way you can have an account with the app installed and one without, but note that the app may still run when the second user is active.
If you own the phone, then look up your rights, because if you paid for it, and have proof of purchase (if you have proof, make a copy, ASAP so you can prove you own it!), then she may not be able to force you to install the app or take your phone from you. If she's violent, don't be afraid to call the police and record her being violent.
But knowing how computer-smart your mom is can help you work out what methods are effective. If she's anything like my mom, you could disable the app and just say "it's installed. Maybe my GPS is faulty, or the app is no good?".
Hope this helps, but the real point I'm making is: Know your rights, set a password, don't let this woman win.
Huo! De asemenea
This app lets you set your location to Greenland and stream all blacked out games. [link]
I've used this and it worked like a charme. You just need to enable location debugging in the developer settings
Set a pin at your dorm, then go wherever you wish.
Just gonna leave this here...
I've had good luck with this one [link]
I use Fake GPS, and I'm able to get geofilters from other places. Doesn't require rooting either.
that is a fake gps app. You can say you're somewhere you get radio.
This one still works. May just be your phone though: [link]
For android, there are fake GPS apps... you could easily fake your Phones location.
Here is the best one avalible
Spoof your GPS location
idk about iPhone but this works on Android
If you have Android, there's an excellent app, not sure about iPhone
You can change your location on this
It’ll change your phones gps location
Try this app:
I used it for years. Still works .
been using it years now.. Fake GPS location
I use this one some times I have to restart my phone to get the NFL app to take the location
I've found a walkaround to show providers:
Also, this manual works for enabling GPM on GH, even when providers are not shown in app (if you have had it selected as your default provider):
They've disabled that too, but I've been able to find a walkaround to show providers:
Also, this manual works for enabling GPM on GH, even when providers are not shown in app (if you have had it selected as your default provider):
These simply would crash upon opening:
Would load the app but unable to obtain any source of location or even load maps to drop a pin for the spoof location:
I finally stumbled upon this one:
Which gave me the ability to put in Long and Lat coords for spoofing from the start. This one has me working.
The version is 0.9.17.9138
Tinderi veebirakendusest Chromega on see lollitamine päris lihtne.
Androidi puhul toimib ka [link]
You can use Fake GPS from the Play Store instead, but need to set the mock provider in the settings.
I used it for ages...
Yes, I am able to suggest this because its what I literally use to watch Preds games and have been doing so this entire shortened 2021 season.
It works fine on my Google Chromecast / Google TV setup because I was able to use just the DNS alone. If I was to watch on my mobile phone, they do use a location feature with GPS to verify your location. The solution there is then:
I personally have no desire to watch on my phone but, I did test the above and it did work for me. The spoofing app I used for testing is Lexa's Fake GPS on Android.
Fake GPS apps should do the trick.
If you use the Play Store, this app may be of use to you in spoofing GPS location.
Try using a free VPN with an endpoint in the USA. If that still doesn't work, try adding a mock location app to the mix.
This one on android
Check out "Fake GPS location"
Work pretty good and its easy to use.
Don't even need to cross state lines man
So don't have a long shower?
And definitely don't install this [link]
Unlock developer options and select mock location app and set it for this app.
Use a GPS spoofing app like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lexa.fakegps&hl=en
It does work again
I use this for Android
If you have an Android phone, take the $50 and run... All while showing your location as wherever you'd like:
If your friend has an Android phone, please share this with them:
I've used Fake GPS to spoof my location for the Sirius XM Dealer app
Use this app when ever your parents ever want to track you.
This is the one i used: [link]
I wasn't even using it for nefarious purposes. It was super easy to use
Will this work? [link]
Assuming you are on android.
If it's android get a GPS Spoofer
Maybe use fake GPS to pin your location or VPN
here is the one I use [link]
if you are in Dev mode i have used this work around a lot
In Developer mode, with adb debugging switched on in the Android Developer options, if we connect to Android via adb in the Chrome OS shell
sudo su - adb connect <code>100.115.92.2</code>
sudo su - adb connect
We can then switch on mock locations via adb
adb shell settings put secure mock_location 1
If a suitable fake location Android app (e.g. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lexa.fakegps) is installed on the device, this can be set as the default mock locations app
adb shell settings put secure mock_location 1
adb shell appops set com.lexa.fakegps android:mock_location allow
adb shell appops set com.lexa.fakegps android:mock_location allow
More information here at this blog.
No idea about this app, but this one works fine for me:
try this one
I use this app [link] never had any issue
As with all the other non-Google apps, I've set location access to be used only when the app is open.
Yep there definitely is, here u go [link]
I don't know the rules, but you can use this GPS spoofer and set your location where ever you like.
This one [link]
I am not sure if this app will work, but I use this to change my location for other apps.
Use a fake gps app.
It worked for me without root, but i don't know how iPhones handle it.
Enh. I gaslight Google's GPS data collection as a matter of principle.
I recommend this instead. No strange permissions and works on every version of Android that I've used (including 10).
If you wanted to watch on Android for example you could use an app like this, there are similar things for PC.
You can use various apps to mock the location. I use this:
afaik you don't need xposed or even root to do that, try this:
This might help with the Fire Stick
used location spoofing app.
i've tried this one https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lexa.fakegps&hl=en
and a couple other similar ones.
Idk what "method" i'm using, all i did was follow the instructions here https://www.lifewire.com/use-pokemon-go-gps-spoof-to-catch-more-pokemon-4584789 since the article was updated recently.
Alternatively, you can simulate any wherigo (regardless of its protections) on a real smartphone but with fake GPS readings. I use this application:
[link] this is the app I used and it worked well
just spoof the gps if you need too
Download this and select where you should be then Google maps and everything else should be tricked
I'm using this one by Lexa, but I am sure they all work. This one is simple with no ads or IAPs though and minimal permissions:
Yes and this is trivial. Look at the 'Fake GPS' app on the google store: [link]
There are apps that do it. Here's one I've used in the past: [link]
If you are on Android try fake GPS Apps. Like this one:
Its old but works
Try this works for me [link]
I use that one. That is free, but YouTubeTV has a monthly fee.
Also, this manual works for enabling GPM on GH, even when providers are not shown in app (if you have had it selected as your default provider):https://www.reddit.com/r/googlehome/comments/8bmgfd/google_play_music_is_not_available_in_your_country/dxy0r0i/
Android: Fake GPS [link]
It is possible without root, I have an app called Fake GPS that gives you the ability to put yourself anywhere in the world.
Im using this one but I can't connect
If you can check on a computer to see your location you could try to test Fake GPS location and see if it does anything.
Use this app! It stays on even after the developer options r off! I just used it!
There are ways on android to fake your GPS location.
yes, you can use app to fake your location but i warn you that Niantic would ban your account (Rooted phone and faked GPS). Anw, give a try. You rooted your phone, so nothing to lose with this game.
Fake GPS location: (Google Play, apk)
Fake gps - fake location: (Google Play, apk)
These're two nice apps with basic features. Some even use this on PC emulator to play the game
Have you downloaded any other apps that mess with your GPS like a GPS spoofing app? They can sometimes cause the problems you are describing, even if they have been turned off or uninstalled. One that I've seen called Fake GPS warns its users about this in the app description and offers some fixes.
If you haven't used an app like that, then get GPS Essentials. Install it, open it, and click on 'Satellites'. Wait to see if you can connect to any satellites and how many. Metal objects and buildings can interfere with GPS signals, including your house and the roof of your car. Try getting your GPS position while standing outside away from any buildings or power lines to see how the phone works with zero interference. Inside your car, try mounting the phone below the windshield/on the dashboard rather than holding it in your hands under the roof. See if there is any improvement by doing these things.
If the above doesn't work, then install GPS Status & Toolbox which can help you clear your GPS history.
I rooted my device, installed xPosed with "Mock Mock Locations" enabled and used this gps faker: [link]
Works great. Game is awesome!
Fake GPS location
this one probably the best [link]
assuming that the location tag won't be a lie.
Hint, this is able to be bypassed
It's not like it's absolutely trivial to get around the Geofence......even if they did set one up.
GPS spoofer? [link]
EDIT: You may have to enable GPS spoofing in dev. settings beforehand.
So does something like this trick it? Not a fan or even American just curious.
most people use this one but can't really speak for or against any of them, haven't really used any
If you have an android device download FakeGPS. You can fake your location and then open the YTTV app and update your location. Once you're done just update it back to your actual location.
Which app are you using?
I've been using Fake GPS Location from Lexa without any issues. I think this change to selecting an app was introduced in Marshmallow and so if the app hasn't been updated for the change it may not work correctly.