Pokemon Go Hack For Android Jelly Bean 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, APK Installation & Patch Notes

Pokemon Go Hack For Android Jelly Bean 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, APK Installation & Patch Notes
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Pokemon Go has become a gaming phenomenon unlike any other, but there are more exciting things people can do with it. Thanks to the Pokémon Go APK installation hack Jelly Bean updates and patch notes, players are in for more and a possibly better gaming experience.


Pokémon Go Hack for APK

Players using Android devices instead of iPhone can access a range of updates for the application. Specifically, a update for Android Jellybean 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3 has been released. Users can choose to download the new Pokémon Go APK 0.29.2. However, it may be a bit of bad news for those with Android 4.4 below, because such systems do not support the method yet.

According to Sports Rageous, users who want to get Pokémon Go in their devices will have to install the “APKeditor-59.apk” or download the “APK Editor” from Google play. Following the download, they have to open the file and copy both APK files found in the “Downloads folder.”

Afterwards, they can install the “APKeditor-59” application. Players also need to open the installed application. There should a set of instructions on how to set it up “internally.”

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Pokémon Go Update

Pokémon Go has no doubt changed the way gaming works, as it brought augmented reality or AR to the public. Now, some users have already reported bugs and problems with the game, and Pokémon Go has received its first update. The update, which comes in the form of Version 1.0.1, requires around 153MB. It also promises a more stable experience.

“Thank you for your incredible response and support of Pokémon GO!”  Niantic said on the What’s New update notes on iOS, according to Nintendo Insider.

“We are working hard to improve the experience for everyone. This update focuses on making Pokémon GO more stable with the following improvements: Trainers do not have to enter their username and password repeatedly after a force log out; Added stability to Pokémon Trainer Club account log-in process; Resolved issues causing crashes  and Fixed Google account scope.”

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