Pokémon Go hacking, with a unique hardware-based solution

A new video from earlier this week has raised the stakes again for Pokémon Go hacking, with a unique hardware-based solution to solve the problem of actually having to go outside and walk around to catch pokémon.

Instead of using software to spoof the GPS data being fed to the Pokémon Go app, this latest method involves placing the phone in a radio-frequency-shielded box, and using a signal generator to generate a fake GPS signal which the phone, (and therefore, the Pokémon Go app), receives and uses as the "location" of the device.

Then, custom software uses Google Earth and a joystick to slowly change the signal to the phone, simulating walking by changing the faked location of the device.

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