This is a simple straightforward tutorial on how to use iGPSGo.
Next, connect your phone to the PC with USB cable.
- Trust the computer when connecting with USB.
- Pls remember that you need keep your phone on, if not enter the passcode.
- Can not connect? Can not change location? Contact live chat for help!
For the first connection, you need to enable Developer Mode for iOS 16 or enable USB Debugging on Android.
Connect iOS devices
Note: iGPSGo now supports the latest iOS 16 version. If your device is running iOS 16, please enable “Developer Mode”. However, if your device is running iOS 15 or an earlier version, you can disregard this step and proceed.
How to Enable the “Developer Mode” on iOS 16 Device:
After connecting your device with iGPSGo, the iGPSGo interface will display a guide, please follow the guide to enable “Developer Mode” on your device. Can not see “Develop Mode” option? Connect iPhone with iGPSGo, refresh the Privacy & Security option, you will see develop mode option.
Once turn on the “Developer Mode” toggle, you are required to restart the device. After it restarts completely, click “Turn On” and unlock with the password on your device.
Connect Android devices
Enable USB debugging on Android device
Once you’ve connected Android device to PC via USB, scoll down the notification bar and choose the Transferring Files option under the USB connection mode.
Next, Got to Settings > Search Build Number > Tap Build Number 7 times to enable developer mode > Enable USB debugging under the developer option.
Note: For Xiaomi devices, you should also enable Install via USB under Deveoper options.
Confirm USB Debugging
Now, your Android deivce will pop-up a windows asking you if you want to allow USB debugging. Click “Allow” to move on.
1. Teleport Mode
Step 1: Once the connection is established, you will be presented with a map on the following page, displaying your current location. If the displayed location is inaccurate, simply click on the “Arrow” icon to obtain the correct and precise location information.
Step 2: Enter the location you’d like to teleport to. Click “Search”. You can also click the desired location on the map.
2. Simulate Movement with Two-Spot Mode
Step 1: Click on “Two-spot mode” in the upper right corner. Select the place you would like to move on the map.
Set the speed you would like to use. Besides, you can choose walking, cycling, or driving speed. Click “Start”.
3. Simulate Movement with Multi-Spot Mode
If you have a need to navigate through multiple places on the map, opting for the multi-spot mode is the way to go.
Step 1: Locate the multi-spot mode option in the upper right corner of the screen. Then, proceed to select all the desired locations you wish to pass through on your journey.
Step 2: Indicate the number of loops or rounds you desire to move along the chosen path and locations and then click “Start” to start the simulated movement.
As a result, your device’s GPS will commence its journey along the designated path, sequentially passing through all the selected points at the designated speed.
4. GPS Joystick Mode
You can then employ the following actions to change direction as needed:
- Click on the left or right arrow.
- Drag the spot around the circle.
- Press the A and D keys on your keyboard.
- Press the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard.
5. Import GPX routes file to autowalk
Step 1. Click the GPX icon in the bottom right corner of iGPSGo.
Step 2. Choose the GPX file you want to use and import it to iGPSGo.
6. Control multiple iOS devices at the same time
iGPSGo can manage multiple iOS devices at the same time
Step 1. Click the icon of “Manage Multiple devices” in the bottom right corner of iGPSGo.
Once you access the interface, you will be able to view a list of all connected devices along with their respective status, which can be either “Controlled” or “Uncontrolled.”
To change the status from “Controlled” to “Uncontrolled” or vice versa, you can easily accomplish this by clicking the corresponding “Controlled” or “Uncontrolled” button.
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