How to spoof your GPS geolocation on Facebook Places or Twitter

How to spoof your GPS geolocation on Facebook Places or Twitter

Summary: Proof of concept: Ever wanted to rob a bank and give yourself an alibi? Want to bunk off work and prove you're going to the doctors? Now you can.

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  • Once you have done this, you will be able to see BlackBerry App World either in the home screen menu, or in the Applications or Downloads folder. 

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    Please read the disclaimer! You can find this and more, including the explanation - as well as the pro's and con's of using spoofed geolocation on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.

  • From here, you can either search for either "Facebook" or "Twitter", or just look at the most popular applications for this week. You can bet your bottom dollar that they will be on there near the top somewhere.

    You may need to create yourself a new BlackBerry ID, which is formed as your email address plus a password. This can all be done from your simulated device screen.

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    Please read the disclaimer! You can find this and more, including the explanation - as well as the pro's and con's of using spoofed geolocation on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.

  • You will find that downloading and installing happens very quickly on the simulated device. It shouldn't take too long even on a slower connection, but hold on. Once they are done, we can get started in tweaking the simulated GPS and therefore your check-in location on Facebook or Twitter.

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    Please read the disclaimer! You can find this and more, including the explanation - as well as the pro's and con's of using spoofed geolocation on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.

Topics: Banking, Hardware, Mobility, BlackBerry, Social Enterprise

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  • RE: How to spoof your GPS geolocation on Facebook Places or Twitter

    The CMD window opens/loads then closes. I can't get to the simulator interface.
    Bloodstorm