If you are playing an augmented reality game like Pokémon Go, you may be limited by the Pokémon that is in your area.
For this reason, you may want to use iSpoofer's GPX routes feature for location spoofing. In this guide, we will show you how to use iSpoofer to follow GPX routes step by step.
How to Use iSpoofer to Fake GPX Routes
iSpoofer is a desktop solution that can be very useful when you want to spoof location on your iOS device. It supports all iPhone and iPad models and you don’t have to jailbreak the iPhone to use it. Here’s how it works;
Step 1: Install iSpoofer onto your computer. Make sure that you also have the latest version of iTunes installed on your system. Once installed, open iSpoofer. If you don’t have the latest version of iTunes, iSpoofer will prompt you to install it.
Step 2: Now, connect the iPhone to the computer and “Trust this Computer” if you need to. Once the device is unlocked, iSpoofer will download a developer file to simulate the GPS location.
Step 3: You should then see a map on the screen. Click on “GPX” at the top to import the GPX files, letting iSpoofer load the GPX file and display the route. You can then set the simulation movement according to the routes on the GPX file.
Step 4: You can also use the search bar at the bottom to find the location you would like to spoof to and adjust the pin on the map. When you’re ready, click on “Move” to change the location on the device to this newly selected location.
iSpoofer Officially Shutting Down
Unfortunately, iSpoofer is shutting down and will no longer be able to provide this service. There has been a lot of discussions in Reddit about this. Most current iSpoofer subscribers have also received emails indicating that the program has been discontinued.
The email reads in part; “Your subscription to iSpoofer Pro Plan has been canceled due to the creator deleting the product.”
The main iSpoofer website also seems to be unavailable, meaning that there is no way to download the program. This has obviously been a big disappointment to many users who have come to rely on iSpoofer to play games like Pokémon Go.
The Effective Alternative to iSpoofer GPX Routes Feature
If you have been using iSpoofer and now don’t have a way to spoof location on your iPhone, we recommend using MockGo. This is another desktop tool that can help you simulate the movement on a GPX file and change the location on your iPhone to anywhere in the world without having to jailbreak the device.
- Change the GPS location to anywhere in the world in a single click.
- Simulate GPS movement along real roads and paths.
- Import a GPX file to easily simulate a GPS route.
- Ideal for the easy manipulation of location-based AR games and apps such as Pokémon GO , Tinder, etc.
- It is fully compatible with all iPhones and iPad models and all versions of iOS and iPad.
How to Import GPX File to Simulate Movement Automatically
GPX can be used to exchange GPX location data with other users. You can also use featured routes much easily by importing a GPX file into MockGo. Here’s how;
Step 1. Download and install MockGo onto your computer.
Step 2: Click on the GPX icon at the top-right corner of the screen in MockGo.
Step 3: Select the GPX file that you want to use and import it into the program.
Step 4: Once it is imported, select the number of times that you would like to simulate GPS movement along with the router and click “Go” to begin the movement simulation.
How to Use MockGo to Simulate Movement Along with a Route
Step 1: Open MockGo on your computer and connect the iPhone to the computer. Select the multi-stop route in the upper-right corner of the screen. Then, select all the locations that you would like to go through.
Please ensure that the selected locations are set along a specified route to avoid the simulated movement appearing unnatural.
Step 2: You should see the total distance you will travel along your selected route. Choose a moving speed and click “Move Here”.
Step 3: Select the number of times you would like to simulate the GPS movement along the selected path and then click “Start” to start the movement.
Your device’s GPS will start moving along the specified path, passing through all the points you have selected at the speed you have chosen.
For the longest time, iSpoofer for PC has been the go-to solution for most people seeking a way to fake GPS location on their iPhones. But since it was discontinued, most former users have searched for an alternative in vain.
This guide’s main purpose has been to show you one of the best alternatives to iSpoofer - MockGo and how to use it. It is our hope that we have been able to help you easily simulate GPS on your device.