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#2 Re: Technical Support » App says its not system-app even tho it is » 2016-07-23 12:53:13

That's strange - which android version do you use? Are you sure it was converted correctly? The folder should be "system/priv-app".
The app checks if it got system app permissions - so the check should never fail - it's a pretty clear thing.

#3 Re: Bug Report » Not work New update » 2016-07-23 12:45:30

Did you also clear the data (playstore & app) - not only the cache? And are you sure the right google account is added to the device?

#4 Re: Bug Report » 2.4.1 gps occasionly jumps » 2016-07-23 12:43:44

I have seen this but i haven't found the main problem. It's all related to some location data in the system getting corrupted and giving back an empty location object (It shouldn't matter very much because it's just an ingame bug - in some games they show 0/0/0 when they get an invalid location.) There were no real coordinates. But i'm working on that

#5 Re: Bug Report » Version 2.4.1 not working » 2016-07-23 12:39:50

That's very strange. Are you able to click the settings button or any other function?

#6 Re: FAQ and Tutorials » Export / Import Positions and Routes » 2016-07-23 12:36:51

I tested it and it works just fine. Take a link like this: … m2!4m1!3e2
and paste it into the "Import Route from Google Maps" dialog and click import.

#8 Re: Technical Support » S7 support » 2016-07-19 20:34:37

Hello Cmoney, the most current version should register mock location permission correctly. Are you sure you updated?
And you need xposed to get the app working with protected apps like the one you mentioned. I found some tutorials on how to root the S7 - maybe there are some ways.

#9 Re: Feature Request » Scripting » 2016-07-19 20:29:22

Hello Thomas,
thanks for your feedback. I would also really appriciate an good google play review smile

To your features:
The wait for each stop is already implemented. I must admit that it's a bit tricky to build a route with wait times through the interface.
But if you set the wait time in the preferences all new added waypoints will have that wait time. So to build an route with different wait times you would have to go to the settings everytime you want to alter the period.
Or you use an text editor to alter the route (this should be much easier). You can find a tutorial here:
You can also mix streight lines and "follow streets" with the 2 different buttons in the main interface.
Different speeds is a bit hard to implement, because i would have to change the complete data model to assure it keeps performant. I will put some more thought in it - don't expect it in the near future.

#10 Re: German Support Forum | Deutschsprachiger Bereich » NMEA, WIFI, XPOSED » 2016-07-17 17:52:30

Hey Sternenwanderer, in der neuesten Version wird auch der Abgleich mit den Funkzellen gefaket (wenn xposed installiert ist). Es sollte damit absolut kein Problem sein zu faken - egal welche Entfernung zur echten Position.

#11 Re: Technical Support » Bought app, crashes on launch. » 2016-07-17 17:45:30

There must be some corrupted data left. Please try to "delete app data" from google play store, then open play store, accept terms and reopen the app

#13 Re: Technical Support » Bought app, crashes on launch. » 2016-07-17 06:01:33

That problem is solved in the new update (should be only in the next minutes).

Here is some more info about the problem:

#14 Changelog » Version 2.4.1 » 2016-07-17 05:59:54

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Version 2.4.1 - 17.07.2016:

  • fixed licensing problem

  • fixed mock location developer option on marshmallow

  • new xposed faking - more stealth

  • can insert active locations

  • can override all locations passively

  • a know bug: sometimes in certain apps no locations are received anymore. Just reopen the app if that happens

#17 Re: Bug Report » Not working on galaxy s7 edge properly » 2016-07-16 20:16:13

Yeah gpsing could have been right - gsm looks like the problem. Newest xposed module fakes that now.

#18 Re: Bug Report » No buttons work in app » 2016-07-16 20:11:46

It's fixed in the newest version (Will be available very soon)

#19 Re: Bug Report » NO play/pause option IN MIUI notification when pull down. » 2016-07-16 20:11:19

Sorry the answer i posted was incorrect. Are you sure the buttons don't appear even if you "swipe down" directly on the notification? Sometimes they are hidden by the system

#20 Re: Bug Report » [LG G3 - Xposed] Phone Crash » 2016-07-16 20:07:17


the crash is related to your device (android version) only. I will need some time to track it down completly and fix it.
Switching to stock android or some more widespread version like cm would fix the problem for you.
Until then you won't be able to use the xposed module.
Sorry for the inconvenience

#21 Re: Technical Support » Bought app, crashes on launch. » 2016-07-16 19:54:57

The app should only crash without a message if it's an illegal version or lucky patcher is installed

#24 Re: Technical Support » Possible Solutions: crashing and real location bounce » 2016-07-16 13:07:10

Hello Mewtd,

thanks for your feedback, i recently found the problem of the jumping back and it should be fixed in the new xposed module (coming soon). But right now using gps only fixes it, too. It's related to gsm positions.

#25 FAQ and Tutorials » [Guide] How to fake your location with the "GPS Fake Location Toolkit" » 2016-07-14 22:28:08

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I keep getting so many questions, asking about how to use my app - so i decided to give an overview on the different methods here and explain how they work.

There are a few ways to fake your location on android:

  • Developer Options

  • Developer Options with Xposed "Mock Mock Locations" Module

  • System App

  • Xposed

  • Root permissions

I will explain them in detail, so you can choose the right method.

If you don't already know that your smartphone uses different sources for location information i will give you a brief overview:

  • GPS: Information retrieved from satellites. They may contain your position, accuracy, speed, bearing, and some more information and are vers precise. In android there is also an nmea stream available, which contains the raw satellite data.
    Because it can take some time to get a valid gps position all devices use additional methods to locate the user.

  • WiFi Trilateration: Providers like "Google" and many other gathered information about WiFis and their position (Your device helps them to get those informations). So they can tell you where you are by the surrounding WiFi accesspoints.

  • GSM Positions: Works much like the WiFi Positioning, the only difference is that the connected and surrounding gsm towers are used for positioning.

  • Device sensors: Your device includes many sensors to track its movements. They can be used to get a very coarse location or they can at least tell if you are in a car, bycyle or walking.

  • IP Adress: Most ip adresses can be used to get a very coarse location, but it's not very reliable.

  • Alternatives: There are some rarely used alternatives.

Developer Options:
This method includes hidden settings in your android device, to insert fake locations. Most of all Fake-GPS Apps (like 99,9%) use this method. This method is meant to be for developers to test their apps with fake locations. Summarized it works like this: If the option is checked an app can insert the fake location into the system. The system delivers this fake location to all other apps.
This is 100% detectable and every app can check if the "developer option" is checked or can check the inserted locations, if they are real ones. But since it is the official way of inserting locations it's the most stable and performant. If you just want to test something this method might be good for you.

  • No root required

  • Easy setup

  • detectable

  • stable

Developer Options with Xposed "Mock Mock Locations" Module:
Some people use the xposed module "mock mock locations" ( … klocations) to hide the developer option from other apps. This works totally fine, but the fake locations inserted into to system are easy to detect on their own. 

  • Root required to install xposed framework

  • Easy setup if you are rooted

  • detectable but a bit safer

  • stable

System App:
System apps in android usually come with your operating system and can't be deleted (like Google Play Store etc). They have extended permissions and are able to insert locations directly into the system, so the developer option is no longer needed. The system app locations are not detectable, but an system app can't block other locations on it's own. A simple example: You fake your location to america, but you are in germany and your gps get's a valid location in germany. Now there are 2 locations in the system that are very different and it can be detected if there is something wrong. So usually it is tried to block all real locations while "spamming" the fake locations into the system at a high speed. There are tools to convert an app to an system app and back, but they all require "root". Please google all the terms if you aren't sure what they mean.

  • Root required to convert the app (can be uninstalled afterwards)

  • Hard setup

  • detectable but a bit safer

  • stable

Xposed App (recommended method): wrote:

Xposed is a framework for modules that can change the behavior of the system and apps without touching any APKs. That's great because it means that modules can work for different versions and even ROMs without any changes (as long as the original code was not changed too much). It's also easy to undo. As all changes are done in the memory, you just need to deactivate the module and reboot to get your original system back. There are many other advantages, but here is just one more: Multiple modules can do changes to the same part of the system or app. With modified APKs, you to decide for one. No way to combine them, unless the author builds multiple APKs with different combinations.

With the power of xposed it is possible to insert fake locations, block real locations, simulate nmea steams, hide an app, ...  Long story short: everything is possible. Disadvantage: To have an completly safe and stealth location you need to perform deep modifications on the android system. And because every device and version works a bit different that can result in bugs or even device crashes. It's still pretty safe and every modification is gone after the app is deactivated in xposed and the device is rebooted.
New versions can be found here: … ?t=3034811

  • Root required to install xposed framework

  • Easy setup if you are rooted

  • safest method

  • results may vary per device

Root permissions:
Some fake gps apps support "root" when faking. This is no clear description and can mean anything, the most apps i analysed were using root to programmatically take control over the "Developer option". So they switch the developer option on and off very quick and insert a fake location while it is on. So if another application checks if fake locations are on it is "off" most of the time and because the android system isn't that fast there can be the fake location still cached. This method is very easy to detect and completly unsafe - be careful when using it.

  • permanent Root required

  • unsafe

  • unstable

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