Set a Fake GPS Location on a Nexus 6P
Edited by Djinu, VisiHow, Dougie
You're watching VisiHow. In this tutorial, I'm going to demonstrate how to set a fake GPS location on the Nexus 6P.
From the home screen, swipe down with two fingers.
Then, tap on the gear-shaped icon.
Scroll down until you reach "About phone" and tap it once.
You want to make sure that the developer mode is enabled if you haven't done this already.
Tap the "Build number" seven times.
It will show the following message: "You are now a developer!"
Go back and press on the circle button to go back to the home screen.
Now you will go to Play Store.
You'll look for an app titled "Fake GPS".
I'll see that the first result is "Fake GPS location" by Lexa.
Tap on "Fake GPS location".
Now, I will choose to "OPEN" the App.
I will press "OK" next.
That will demand checking "Allow mock locations" first. The application going to take me inside my Developer panel.
Tap on "Select mock location app".
It is going to show me "Fake GPS".
Now, tap on the circle button to go back to the home screen.
Tap on Fake GPS installed on the home screen.
Now, you can put myself anywhere in the world. Let us say, I would like to be in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Then, go back to the home screen again.
If I want to check Facebook, I can do that now.
Tap on the Facebook icon on the home screen.
Then, after the application opens, write a status on Facebook.
Press the location button.
Grant Facebook location access by tapping "Grant location access."
Now, tap on "Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino", "Bellagio", etc.
You can choose all of the places where you are not located at the moment.
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