Aug 26, 2016 08:35 AM EDT
'Pokemon GO' Cheat for iOS, No Jailbreak: Hacks to Add 'Save Location' Feature after Teleporting So You won't Get Banned
Niantic has caught many fan-favorite cheats and shut them down; but this latest "Pokemon GO" hack for iOS might be the best app that's less likely to get banned. Here's why!
Over the past few weeks, there have been many hackers that generously share their secrets on cheating the AR game without jailbreaking their iOS device, Value Walk reported.
A YouTube account under the name iCrackUriDevice updated his hacking tips and tricks for iOS users. He explains that most of the "Pokemon GO" cheats to teleport will not save your location. Hence, when you close the game, and open it the next day, it teleports back to your real location.
"Pokemon GO" Cheat for iOS without jailbreak to enable 'Save Your Location' feature
In the video below, iCrackUriDevice demonstrates how he uses a computer to download the hacking app and then install it. Yes, it requires a computer but it does not need you to go inside the command line like the other app that uses Google Map to cheat.
"Pokemon GO" cheat for iOS without jailbreaking your iPhone to add joystick and emulate walking
The potential to get banned is still there, however, when used in moderation - the user claims that you will less likely to get caught. iCrackUriDevice also goes through the details of this hack - explaining that there are various speeds to choose - walking, running or driving.
There is also another great feature, the Patrol mode, that allows your character to walk around on a specific speed you have input.
The downside of this "Pokemon GO" cheat for non-jailbroken iPhone
For non-jailbroken phone, you will only have 7 days to use it, delete it, and re-install again. However, for ambitious players, the steps are not all time-consuming as it may only take a few minutes to complete the process.
Here's the iCrackUriDevice updated video of "Pokemon GO" cheat without jailbreaking your iPhone!
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