What is PokeGo++ 2.0?
It is a tweak for the Pokemon Go app that is overlaid / attached to the app. Therefore, as long as the underlying Pokemon Go app is updated, the tweak is generally not affected by server-side changes. The tweak allows players to walk their character in-game with a joystick. Additionally, it also includes a IV checker, as well as other features. The tweak is based on the original Pokemon Go Anywhere / Pogo++ tweak. Remember, folks: This is a third party tweak. You use it at your own risk - so please don't ask if it is safe because we cannot guarantee it is 100% safe - and besides, what exactly is safe? All we can tell you is that we have users who have been using this or its predecessor for a long time with no issues, but keep in mind that past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. Choose your own risk level - if you want it to be completely safe, maybe you should play legitimately instead. Similarly, asking if the new update is safe or not makes no sense. Please also note that the tweak is provided as-is. We cannot guarantee that it will work flawlessly, and though we will do our best to help, there may be circumstances where we are unable to.
Installing PokeGo++ 2.0 on non-jailbroken iOS devices
Download both Cydia Impactor (http://www.cydiaimpactor.com) and the latest tweaked IPA (see the link in #announcements). If you have the original Pokemon Go app on your iOS device, remove it from your device. if you are jailbroken, ensure that LocationFaker9 is deleted and not installed. Connect your iOS device to your computer. Your computer must have iTunes installed. If your computer is not trusted by your device, you should get a prompt to do so - select Trust. Open the Cydia Impactor program, and ensure that the correct iOS device is selected in the drop-down menu. Click and drag the tweaked IPA you downloaded onto Cydia Impactor. It should prompt you for your Apple ID and password, and ask for permission to start signing the IPA. Once the tweaked IPA is signed, you should see it on your device, but it should not work immediately. On your iOS device, open settings, and navigate to General > Device Management / Profiles / Profiles & Device Management. You should see the Apple ID you used to sign the IPA. Click on it and select the option to trust the ID. You should now be able to used the tweaked IPA. Please note that you will need to repeat steps 3 to 5 every seven days. .
Installing PokeGo++ 2.0 on a jailbroken iOS device.
Install Pokemon Go from the Apple Store, but do not open it. Open Cydia and add the source: http://pokego2.com/. You may also want to remove the unlim repo for Poke Go++. Install Poke Go ++ 2.0 for Pokemon Go. Dependencies should be automatically installed. Respring your phone. Run iCleaner to clear your cache and respring again. Enjoy! Please note that there are known issues with iOS 9.0 JB and iOS 8 JB. It appears that the app either does not start up, or the tweak functions may not appear. Installing PoXemon by W00dL3cs (https://w00dl3cs.github.io/repo/) should solve it - we are told that you may get a Crashed! popup, but click cancel and the tweak should still run. We also have reports that if it hangs on a blue screen at startup, it might help to toggle airplane mode off when the 'no internet connection' banner appears until you manage to log-in when the game attempts to log in. If the buttons do not appear, try opening the app, going back to the home menu, and then going back to the game. We have reports that this helps. Unfortunately, we do not have an idea of whether it will work with iOS 10 JB due to how new the iOS 10 JB is. We have some reports of it working, but cannot commit to a position as to whether it works or not for iOS 10 JB at the moment.
What are the buttons in Poke Go++ 2.0?
From top to bottom, on the left: Pokeball: Toggles the menu buttons listed below. Gear: Opens the settings menu. Map: Opens the internal map - which you can use to walk to certain nearby locations. IV: IV checker for your Pokemon. Flag: Toggles patrol mode - your character will walk around and gain distance walked for egg hatching. Set your walk speed (below) to 1x or 2x for best results. 1x/2x/4x/8x/Egg: Character walk speed. The egg icon is a best guess at the optimised walking speed for egg hatching between 1x and 2x using the patrol function. It should get the most distance in the same amount of time compared to 1x and 2x. Man: This enables the character to walk to where you tap on the screen, so you can move without using the joystick. The compass at the top right corner should be set to north (at the 12 o'clock position) for best results. This option must also be disabled when entering gyms as it interferes with the gym mechanics. Scope: This opens the sniping function - see the other associated FAQs for more information. Home: Click this for your character to walk to your current physical / device location. H: This hides the menu and joystick. Triple tap to un-hide. Additionally, while walking around, your character may come across Pokemon that will appear on buttons at the right side of the screen. Click on the Pokemon buttons for your character to walk directly to that Pokemon.
What are the settings in the Poke Go++ 2.0 settings menu?
Show joystick: Self explanatory. Note that the compass at the top right corner has to be set to north (at the 12 o'clock position) for the joystick movements to match those on the screen. Dismiss map on “Walk here": If this is set to on, Poke Go++ 2.0 will close the map after walk here is used in the map screen. Enable teleport: This enables the teleport function in the in-game map. Dismiss map on “Teleport here": If this is set to on, Poke Go++ 2.0 will close the map after teleport here is used in the map screen. Fake location: Set to on to allow the movement of your character with the joystick, tap to walk (the man button), or the map walk here function. You can turn this off so that the app functions like the legitimate app and follows your device location. Time to save location: This sets how long the app saves your location after the app is closed. Set it to at least 5 minutes (recommended: forever) to prevent jumping back home after the app crashes. Show Coords Button on Map: This enables a button in the in-game map that allows you to get the coordinates of where the map pointer is.
What are the buttons in the in-game map?
Locate (bottom left): Focuses the map on your character's current location. Nearby Pokemon scanner list (bottom right): Brings up a list of nearby Pokemon that you can choose to move to. You can filter this in the top right of the list screen. Walk here / Teleport here: self-explanatory. Teleport here only appears if the setting is toggled in the settings menu. Favourite locations (black globe, top right): List of certain cities. You can save your current map locations to favourites here with the plus sign at the top right. This also brings up an import list where you can type in coordinates of your favourite locations. This should help users that want to import a list that they keep elsewhere. Teleport to coordinates (below favourite locations): Teleport setting required. This allows you to teleport to a particular set of coordinates rather than having to scroll the map with the Teleport here button. Coordinates of location on map (below teleport to coordinates): This button brings up the coordinates of the map pointer. These coordinates can then be copied and used elsewhere. Radar settings (gear, top right): These are settings for the map, but the map is unfortunately down at the moment due to server cost issues. However, the following features do or should work: Favourite Pokemon: Allows you to set favourite Pokemon to display on the right hand side when they appear near you. Common Pokemon: Allows you to set common Pokemon to hide on the right hand side when they appear near you. Notifications: Allows you to enable notifications. However, this can be buggy. We suggest not enabling any of these at the moment. Restore Purchases: Ignore this, please. Pokestops: Shows Pokestops on the map. Gyms: Shows gyms on the map. Hide Common: Hide the common Pokemon you selected in the Common Pokemon settings. Show Only Favourite: Set to show only the favourite Pokemons you selected in the common Pokemon settings. Show Distance, Show Time, Show Timer instead of Time: These affect the Pokemons displayed on the in-game map.
What is the coordinates server feed?
This is a feature to allow for the automatic feed of coordinates into Poke Go++ 2.0. This feature is currently in beta, and requires either a public source coordinates server URL/API. The idea is that people could possibly build their own automated list of Pokemon coordinates into the format documented, and Poke Go++ 2.0 would then be able to automatically pull the coordinates into the tweak. This would make for easier sniping. When a working coordinates feed is attached to Poke Go++ 2.0, a Coords List button is added to the sniping feature, which will display a list of Pokemon and their associated information (coordinates, et cetera)./n The list should be in this format, with the first three fields being required fields: Field1: Latitude Field2: Longitude Field3: Pokemon name (capitalised first character) or a Number (no leading zeros). Field4-...: Optional fields that will be displayed on the second line. IV, MS, et cetera can be included here. For example: 12.345678,-122.1234325,Charizard 13.456789,-121.1234566,Dragonite And, when it's working, the coords list should look like this: http://imgur.com/a/GNRcI Currently, we know of the following feeds: ‣ http://pokego2.com/90+.txt (above 90iv) ‣ http://pokego2.com/50+.txt (above 50iv) ‣ http://api.pokedex100.com (down for optimisation) ‣ http://www.mypogosnipers.com/data/cache/free.txt Once a coord list has been loaded, you should see another option appear when you click on the snipe button. Click that and you should see a list of Pokemon corresponding to the list. Click on the crosshairs to snipe any particular Pokemon of your choice on the list, and the sniping procedure should follow. Note that there may or may not be issues with the coordinate feeds above,. The feeds are not necessarily meant to provide a full range of Pokemon. The source / provider of the list is responsible for keeping it updated, so if it's empty it may be down. We hope providers of coordinates will consider building additional feeds for this function, such as feeds which are for 100IV Pokemon only. Anyone can build their own list. If you do create one and are willing to share, let us know and we will include it here. Note: You can also create a coords list consisting of favourite teleport locations and use that to keep track of your favourite locations.
Sniping with Poke Go++ 2.0.
Sniping is not the same as teleporting for Poke Go++ 2.0. Sniping denotes catching a specific Pokemon somewhere in the world. Here are the steps for sniping! Turn on fake location and set “Time to save location” to Startup/Forever. Before going to snipe, make sure you have waited 2 hours before going to a Pokémon without spinning stops, catching Pokémon, feeding berries or doing raids/gyms. You can check your last action by looking in your journal for the most recent entry. When entering in coordinates, you will see above the text box a label that will say "Estimated Cooldown", that will show the time you will have to wait before going to the Pokémon. Find coordinates for a Pokemon you want to snipe. Then enter the coordinates into the in-game snipe function which is the sniper crosshair button when you press the blue pokeball. Once you enter in the coordinates, then click continue. Wait for the Pokemon to spawn - this may take up to 5 minutes. Unfortunately, the Pokemon may despawn before it even appears. Poke Go ++ 2.0 will even automatically walk your character around this location, as this has been observed to speed up the spawning process. When the Pokemon spawns, click on it to enter the capture screen and catch the Pokémon. After you catch, you can either stay at that location to catch in that area, go and spin stops or do gyms/raids. If you want to continue sniping Pokémon you will want to wait 2 hours again. Waiting 2 hours will cover all bases for the cooldown times since waiting 2 hours is for anything 1,500KM and higher. After 2 hours has passed you can snipe and go to another Pokémon by entering in the coordinates and pressing continue. Repeat these steps if you want to continue to snipe Pokémon. Notes for the suggested sniping method. We have included an in-game Cooldown timer. That is the 2nd button from the bottom when you press the blue pokeball. You can set it for 2 hours, then if you are ever curious how much time you have left, just press the timer button and check how much time is remaining. Always try to ensure that you are not softbanned before you throw a ball. For some reason entering the Pokemon capture screen does not seem to count as an action that establishes your avatar's location. NOTE: Is sniping safe? No one knows for sure. Do it at your own risk. Don't ask questions that cannot be reasonably answered. If you want it to be totally safe, please consider playing legitimately instead.
Teleporting with Poke Go++ 2.0.
For Poke Go++ 2.0, teleporting is not the same as sniping. The sniping function is based on going directly to a Pokémon using coordinates and catching the Pokémon at that location. Teleporting, on the other hand, could be described as simply moving to and staying at a new location. So if the latter is what you want, use the teleport function in the map (either the teleport here or the teleport with coordinates) and follow the steps outlined below. You can also use these teleport functions on the log-in screen when you are logged out, if you would like to log-in directly at a new location. When you want to teleport make sure in ++ settings, which is the Cog button in the blue pokeball menu, that the following options are enabled, “Fake location” is turned on, then set “Time to Save Location” to “Startup/Forever” and turn on “enable teleport”. Startup/Forever will remember your spoofed location when you start up the app even if the app closes or crashes. When teleporting, make sure you follow the cooldown times. Cooldown means the time you must wait without spinning stops, catching Pokémon, feeding berries in gyms or doing raids, You can however hatch eggs during cooldown.. The max time you must wait for a cooldown is 2 hours which is for any distance over 1,500 KM. To see when you last did an action, you can check your journal and look at the most recent entry. For the teleport here with map pointer: To teleport open the in-game map and find a location you want to teleport to. Select teleport here. You will be at your new location - if you want to be safe you can wait out for a time period equivalent to the flight time from your old location to your new location. A restart of the app is suggested, but may not be necessary. For teleporting with with coordinates: Open the in-game map which can be found by pressing the blue pokeball and then going to the button that looks like a map. Once the map opens, press the teleport with coordinates button which is the button on the right side, 2nd button from the top. Enter in your desired coordinates, and click teleport. When you enter in the coordinates you want to go to, you will see “Estimated Cooldown”, which will tell you the time you have to wait before you jump to the location. Please note that this is not sniping, but just teleporting. You can either wait the cooldown time before or after you teleport. Either way, you need to be idle for 2 hours before doing anything in-game. NOTE: As should be clear, you teleport at your own risk. Asking if it is safe to do so is asking an impossible question. If you want it to be totally safe, please consider playing legitimately instead.