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Aug 25, 2016 11:40 AM EDT

'Pokemon GO' Cheat: Player Uses This Hack; does not Even Get Soft-Banned

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An updated news about "Pokemon GO" cheat came from a YouTube account named Max Lee which recently demonstrated the hack on an Android phone.

The video explains in detail how users can play "Pokemon GO" using the hacking app while hunting Pokemons in San Francisco. He also updated the tutorial using TuTuapp including how you can download the already-removed app.


So far, the user claims that he has not get any ban, not even a soft-ban by Niantic. As you may have heard, Niantic is also catching all the players who cheat "Pokemon GO" using bots and hacks. Hence, if someone gets a permanent banning, the person needs to submit an appeal on Niantic's official website to get their account back.

If users get a soft-banned, they can still opt for a cheat to get unbanned by spinning Pokestops for at least 40 times. Many players have done this before and it works, University Herald wrote.

"Pokemon GO" cheat: Hack using FlyGPS or Tutuapp

Going to the details in his description, if a players use Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system, they can still use FlyGPS method without rooting. For those with Lollipop OS (Android 5.0), they can use TuTuApp, also requires no root.

If players own rooted Android smartphones, there is also a method that they can use - the "Pokemon GO" Controls Exposed - which according to him, is a ban-proof method.

Lee does advise players to use VPN combined with 'common sense' when playing "Pokemon GO" in order not to get banned - for instance, transporting to a new city in a short amount of time will surely make you look suspicious. BGR previously wrote about another YouTube channel that uses Pokemon GO cheat for iPhone without jailbreaking the iOS. It is also worth to try for those using iDevices.

Check out Max Lee video about "Pokemon GO" cheat for Android below!

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