Pokemon Go Cheat/Hack for Android – How to Play Game without Leaving House! [Works on v0.35.0][UPDATE]
When Pokemon Go app was launched, I was really excited to play the game until I found out I can’t get any new Pokemons due to the fact that the game’s support in Thailand is nearly non-existent. I am staying here in rural part of Chiang Mai, Thailand and found zero Pokemons over the course of few days. Also I traveled to Bangkok for 10 days and found zero. This is a really frustrating game for those of you who live outside Pokemon’s release countries such as South Korea where the game only works in rural city near Japan called Sokcho.
Samsung has released their latest Galaxy Note 7 phablet smartphone officially as of today and we got to unbox it. This is their latest flagship device that many Note owners have been waiting for. With many new features added over previous Note 5 like IP68 water-proof rating, faster processor, IRIS scanner, and bigger battery, the Note 7 is ultimate smartphone for large phone lovers.
In our last Pokemon Go Hack, we showed you how to play the game with a joystick but it required an Android device running on Android 6.0/6.0.1 Marshmallow. A lot of you were requesting a non-root method to play the game with a joystick on older Android devices. Well, we found another great solution that works on all Android versions including Android Marshmallow, Lollipop, KitKat, and even Jelly Bean! UPDATE: This hack also works on latest v0.33.0 and v0.35.0! For v0.35.0, you just need to keep using the modded v0.33.0 instead of updating!
For those of you who need the best and latest language translation tool while using your smartphone, you may benefit from getting the all-new Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Or also you can install a custom ROM on your older Note smartphones to get the same feature.
Although Samsung Galaxy Note 7 official announcement is just 2 days away, we were able to try out all of the new software features of Note 7 using a ported ROM for our Galaxy S6.
For those of you who must play Pokemon Go on the go but don’t want to waste the battery of your smartphone by having the app on all the time or don’t want to run the app unless there are actually Pokemons to catch, you may want to consider running the PokeDetector app, which runs in the background and only notifies you via vibration/sound/Android Wear watch when Pokemons are nearby.