How To Install LocationFaker Using iOS 11 Electra Jailbreak For Spoofing Location In iPhone Apps
If, for one reason or another, you want to fake or spoof the location which your jailbroken iOS device emits, whether that be to show yourself in a different place or prove that you were somewhere you actually weren’t, then LocationFaker for iOS 11 is something you are going to be interested in.
Generally speaking, jailbroken device owners are used to being able to jump directly into Cydia, search for a tweak, and get it installed with minimal fuss.
Unfortunately, where Electra is concerned, that really isn’t possible at the moment for most of the public with the jailbreak focusing on developers only for now. However, if you are interested in the LocationFaker experience, then you can check out the steps below to get up and running with it.
You will need to be in possession of the LocationFaker .deb file. This allows you to install the requisite files to your device. You can download that from this here.
Some spare time and at least a working knowledge of SSH and be comfortable working from the command line.
Step 1: First of all, you’re going to need to extract the contents of the file that you downloaded above. SSH into the device from your computer and copy the LocationChanger.app folder and everything within it into the /Applications folder on the device. This is at the root of the device.
Step 2: Now, copy the LocationChanger.dylib and the LocationChanger.plist files into the following directory on the device: /bootstrap/Library/SBInject
Step 3: Navigate to the LocationChanger.app folder and open it, which is now located in the /Applications directory.
Step 4: Type in the following command in jtool: –ent /bootstrap/bin/ls > platform.ent
Step 5: Edit the platform.ent file.You will need to add the following strings to that file: