Ingress Prime Spoofing: How to Spoof Ingress Prime Easily

by Aaron Roussey Updated On Mar 7, 2024 Published On Jun 22, 2021 Tips

If you would like to progress in Ingress Prime, you have to find different portals in your area. The problem is that there are limited portals in a particular area, meaning that you can only get so far when you stay where you are.

But sometimes, you just don't have time to find new locations or move around a lot. And it is also possible that you may have already exhausted all the portals in your area. This is where spoofing can be very helpful. By spoofing the location on your device, you can find portals in new locations without actually having to go there, making it easier to progress in the game faster.

In this article, we are going to be looking at some of the ways that you can spoof Ingress Prime on your device.

What is Ingress Prime?

Ingress Prime is an augmented reality game released by Niantic in 2013. At the time, the game wasn't very popular until Niantic decided to revamp its features in 2018 and it quickly caught on.

Available for both iOS and Android, Ingress Prime is similar in a lot of ways to Pokémon Go, although is also unique in its own way.

To begin with, Ingress Prime is in its own universe and it is a multi-player game, meaning that you can interact with other players around the world.

Rather than catch Pokémon as you would with Pokémon Go, you progress in Ingress Prime by identifying portals that are located in the real world. Once you have identified the portals, you go through them to complete various missions.

Ingress Prime

Things to Note Before Spoofing Ingress Prime

Spoofing your GPS location to play Ingress Prime can be enormously helpful, but there are things that you should keep in mind before spoofing ingress. These will help you avoid getting your account flagged or banned. They include the following;

  • Do not spoof your location or use a location spoofing app or tool multiple times in a single day. If you spoof your location every hour to different locations around the world, your account could get banned.
  • Use a professional tool to spoof your location to avoid the chances that your fake location could be detected.
  • If you are simulating movement, make sure that the speed you choose is realistic. Less than 30km/h is believable and reduces the chance that your account could be banned.
  • After faking your location, wait a few minutes before opening Ingress Prime to find portals in the new location. For example, if you fake your location to 20KM away, wait about 10-15 minutes before playing.

How to Spoof Ingress Prime Location for iPhone Players

The best way to spoof the location on your iPhone and get access to portals that may not be in your location is to use MockGo. This application allows you to spoof the location on your iPhone to anywhere in the world, or simulate a natural movement without walking and it will not be detected by the program.

It is a good companion for popular location-based games, such as Pokémon GO, Mobile Legends, the Walking Dead Our World, etc.

The biggest advantage of choosing MockGo over other tools is that you don't need to jailbreak your device to use it. 

What's more, it is compatible with most iPhone and iPad models including the latest iPhone 15 and iOS 17.

Just follow these simple steps to spoof Ingress Location on iPhone using MockGo:

Step 1: Download and install MockGo onto your computer.

Step 2: Open MockGo on your computer and then connect the iPhone to the computer. Trust the iPhone and click "Start" to begin.

Launch MockGo on your computer

Step 3: You should see a map on the screen indicating the current location of the device. To change the location, click on "Teleport Mode" at the top.

choose teleport mode

Step 4: You can then just use the search bar at the top-left corner of the screen to find the location you want or just enter the coordinates of any location in the world.

 Enter the location

Step 5: The new location will now appear on the map. You can move the pin on the map to further specify the location and when you're ready, simply click "Move Here" to teleport the device to this new location.

click Move Here to teleport the GPS

location teleported

Open Ingress Prime and the game should now detect the new location.

How to Spoof Ingress Prime Location for Android Players

Location spoofing on Android devices is easier since there are very many apps in the Google Play Store that can be used for this purpose. Although you can choose any app for this purpose, we recommend using Fake GPS Location by Lexa. It is easy to use, highly reliable and will work with any Android device, running on any version of Android OS.

Here's how to spoof Ingress Prime Location on Android:

Step 1: The first thing you need to do is enable the Developer Options on your Android device. To do this simply go to Settings > About Phone and then tap on the "Build Number/MIUI Version several times.

 Enable Developer Options

Step 2: Install the Fake GPS Location app onto your device. It is available for free from the Google Play Store.

 Fake GPS Location app by Lexa

Step 3: Once the app is installed, go to Developer Options > Mock Location App and choose the Fake GPS Location App.

choose the Fake GPS Location App

Step 4: Now all you have to do is open the Fake GPS app on your device and choose any location in the world. Tap on the "Play" button and your location will change to the new spoofed location. When you open Ingress Prime, the game will detect the new location.

change to the new spoofed location

Bottom Line

There it is, the simple and reliable way to spoof location on Ingress Prime. The solutions above mean that you will enjoy yourself immensely when playing the game without having to worry about getting banned. While it is significantly harder to spoof your location on iPhone as compared to Android, a reliable and easy-to-use solution like MockGo can certainly make the process that much easier.

Aaron Roussey
Meet Aaron, our tech-savvy team member who has probably touched more grass than all of us combined, simply because he can't afford to miss a Legendary raid in Pokémon GO. When he's not on the quest to 'catch 'em all,' you'll find him at his computer, covering everything you need to know about phones, games, computers, and all things tech!
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