For whatever reason you need to fake your location, you no longer need to be an Android mastermind to do so. With this app, an average Android user can easily fake their location. Here’s how to fake your location on Android.
How to fake your location on Android
You will need an app called Floater. It is available for free on the Google Play Store. After you install it, there are a couple of steps you need to perform to make the app function as intended.
Make sure you have enabled Developer Options. If you haven’t, go to Settings > scroll down > tap on About phone > tap on Build Number 7 times. Then, go back to Settings and check if there’s Developer Options at the bottom.
Now, go to Settings > Developer Options and under Debugging section, tap on “select mock location app” and select Floater. This is all you need to do to make Floater work properly.
Open Floater and select the location you want to fake. You can also tap on the target icon locate at the bottom and manually enter the coordinates. You can zoom in on the map. After you’ve finished configuring the app and the location, your location will now be spoofed to the one you’ve configured. You can stop faking your location by tapping on the pause button and exit the app by tapping on the close button located at the top right corner.
Floater is exceptionally easy to use and requires to noot access. You can use it to fake your location in games like Pokemon Go, but beware that these games may have their own measures to prevent players from cheating. Research before you fake your location.
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