Gps flickers too often Just noticed that the gps seems to jump back and forth and sometime the app wont close properly i end up force stopping the app to close it. I love the app and i cant wait to see what updates come out. By far this has been the best gps app ive found that actually works. Great job guys!
Almost Perfect (S7 Edge) This app is about 90 percent ready. The flickering however between points real and fake location make geo tagging photos a bit tricky however. Even in a poor GPS location such as the basement of my house where even the cell signal and wifi is poor. I have tried many different reset timers and even have it as a system app; so hopefuly this is a bug that can be ironed out with the next or a few updates. Location set to GPS only all others turned off.
Unreliable app Worked great until I got home, now it jumps back and forth every second between my real location and the fake gps location. This makes it functionally useless, and no combination of settings has fixed it (nor has removing and reinstalling).
Works perfect on my galaxy. Not so much on Nexus 6p I've had the free version for a while. Recently purchased the paid version. It works perfectly on my galaxy s6. But on my Nexus 6p the location flickers back and forth between the location I'm trying to mock and my real location. Is there a fix on the way for this?
It's a great app and works as advertised. I bought the Pro version hoping I can add locations to favourite, but can't seem to get the favourite tab working. Nothing I save under History goes to my favorite. Any ideas?
Seems like even with root access and system installation, the GPS will still flicker between the real and spoofed when there is a good GPS signal. In other words, you would get best results by testing in a basement or place with weak GPS signal. This should have been noted in the description and not hidden away in a FAQ (may be difficult to access on mobile). Another solution is to cover the area of your phone where the GPS antenna is located. This may not be applicable to all phone models. I was able to successfully do this by separating the antenna from my Nexus 5 with some aluminum foil. Curiously, would it be possible to completely override the real GPS signal through software? EDIT: App works, just needs some tinkering based on your hardware.
Always uninstall before updating if moved as system app otherwise the app will not work properly!
- developer settings in menu
- adb shell support
- Android M 6.0 Marshmallow support
German translation (deutsche Übersetzung)
- stop button on status bar
- speed settings
- hide icon as requested
- Tasker integration, read the description
-New setting - update interval user adjustable for better hacking on certain apps...
- No mock locations required if used on root and used as system/app