Pokemon GO Hack For Android 4.4, 5.0 And 6.0: Hatch Eggs, Catch Them All, Spoof GPS

Pokemon GO Hack For Android 4.4, 5.0 And 6.0: Hatch Eggs, Catch Them All, Spoof GPS
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Pokrmon GO has seen a surge of hacks and cheats after it earned a massive following. As Niantic cracks down on third-party apps trying to help players get around the game, there are newer cheats and hacks available for players to try.


Spoofing GPS

Pokémon GO is a competitive sport, given the number of people who have downloaded it. Running with more than 100 million downloads to date, the competition is fierce. Catching Pokémon is becoming hard. Additionally, Pokémon GO’s latest update has cost the app’s tracking feature called Nearby harder for others to find the monsters. Not to mention Niantic’s blocking of access to PokeVision, PokeHound, Pokemon GO Live Map, PokeMesh and other third-party Pokémon tracking sites.

Fortunately, there is still a way around it. The answer is GPS-spoofing via a modified Pokémon GO APK. However, players must be ready to play the game using an alternate account, as reported by The BitBag. This means players will have to start from scratch.

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Once they install the Pokémon GO APK, they need to launch the GPS spoofing app so they can fake the location. This will allow users to play the game without needing to go out. Players also need to deactivate Google Location History to avoid letting Niantic know that the player is using a GPS-location faking app.

Hatching Eggs

For those who want to hatch eggs without needing to go out, they can make use of a turntable, as advised by Trusted Reviews. Players only need to launch the Pokémon GO on their phone before firing up the turntable in the fastest speed possible. However, as with other cheats and tricks, providers of the tips cannot be held responsible for what happens to the devices of players. Users can proceed at their own risk.

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