Catch 'Em All At One Place Using This Xposed Module

The popularity of Pokémon Go recently surpassed that of porn. XDA recently reported that there was a sudden surge in the number of views of forum threads dealing with location spoofing. There are a lot of steps involved in spoofing your location, such as rooting your device, flashing Xposed framework and then configuring a bunch of Xposed modules to get your job done. However, in the end there still certain hoops which remain unsorted. Xposed framework makes several restrictions much easier to bypass, hence, an Xposed module dealing with all this was just around the corner.

Recognized XDA Developer vivekkalady took the matter in his own hands and yesterday released Xposed Pokemon, an Xposed module which allows you to catch all the Pokemon without going anywhere. So, without moving an inch we can even get our hands on some legendary Pokemon of all time. Sounds cool, doesn't it? 

The module allows you to fake your location and allows you to go anywhere you want. The module also comes in with navigation keys which allow you to navigate to any place.

  • Root

  • Xposed framework

How to use the module?

  • After installing the module, enable it in Xposed installer.

  • Reboot your device.

  • Open Xposed Pokemon, either through the app drawer or through Xposed installer itself.

  • After opening the application, you have to set the start location in the map by touching the map using a marker, which will be shown in the map

  • Tap on "Start".

  • A small window with arrows will appear.

  • Open Pokémon GO and wait for it to load.

  • You will start at the location which you selected in the fourth step.

  • Using the arrow keys or the joystick, you can move in any direction.

Video Tutorial

vivekkalady has also uploaded a video guiding you through the steps we enlisted above. Here it is:


Some users have reported that they received temporary bans. While serving these bans, the Pokémon of the user would run away and Pokéstops would not give them items. However, their ban resets in times ranging from 15 minutes to as much as 6 hours. 
What are you waiting for, go catch 'em all.

Krittin Kalra
Krittin Kalra is a 20 year old Android freak. Striving for passions, chasing down his dreams and living a life without regrets is his sole mantra. A bit moody, he also does custom ROM reviews for AndroGuider. Currently pursuing his B.Tech, he aspires to follow his heart.
Catch 'Em All At One Place Using This Xposed Module Catch 'Em All At One Place Using This Xposed Module Reviewed by Krittin Kalra on 7/19/2016 05:00:00 AM
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