User Guide of iMyFone AnyTo
Can I change my location on iOS/Android devices? How can I customize the route without walking when playing AR games? With iMyFone AnyTo, you can spoof GPS location on your iOS/Android device flexibly and easily. Meanwhile, you can use Two-spot Mode and Multi-spot Mode to simulate GPS movement with customized route.
0:12 Teleport Location with Teleport Mode
1:09 Simulate GPS Movement with Two-spot Mode
1:46 Simulate GPS Movement with Multi-spot Mode
Part 1. Get Started
Step 1: Launch iMyFone AnyTo
Install and launch iMyFone AnyTo on your computer. Click Get Started.
Step 2: Connect Your Device
Connect your iOS device to the computer via USB cable. Next, unlock the device. Tap Trust on your iPhone when it asks you to Trust This Computer. Enter the screen passcode again to complete this process.
Step 3: Load the Map
It will begin to load the map. After the map is successfully loaded, you can find your location on the map.
Part 2. Change GPS Location to Anywhere with 1 Click
Step 1: Select A Destination on the Map
Choose Teleport Mode at the upper right corner (the 4th one). Now you can zoom in and out the map by scrolling the mouse, and select a destination. Or you can enter the address/GPS coordinates at the upper left corner to search your destination, for example, Vancouver.
Step 2: Change GPS Location with 1 Click
As you select a destination, the sidebar will pop up. It shows you the destination information including the place name, coordinates, and the distance. Click Move.
Your location will be changed to Vancouver immediately. The all location-based applications on your iPhone will be changed to Vancouver as well.
Location displayed in iMyFone AnyTo
Location displayed in your iPhone
Note: If you want to recover your location, you can just restart your iOS device to acquire the real location.
Part 3. Simulate GPS Movement with Customized Route - by Two-spot Mode
Step 1: Choose Two-spot Mode
If you want to customize a route, you can select Two-spot Mode at the upper right corner (the 2nd one).
Step 2: Plan Two-spot Route
Pinpoint a location on the map as your destination. You can also choose a destination by entering the address or coordinate in the Search box. The chosen destination will be added in the sidebar. You can see the place names and the coordinates of your current location and the destination.
You can now set up the number of times for the virtual route to move back and forth between the two places. Drag the Speed bar to customize your moving speed.
When it is all set up, click Move to start simulating the movement. You can see the distance and time change as it moves.
As it moves on the map, the GPS on your iOS devices moves without lag. When it finishes, it will pop up a prompt Completed!
Part 4: Simulate GPS Movement with Customized Route - by Multi-spot Mode
Step 1: Choose Multi-spot Mode
If you want to plan a route with multiple spots, you can select Multi-spot Mode at the upper right corner (the 3rd one).
Step 2: Plan Your Multi-spot Route
Select different spots one by one on the map that you want to pass by. Or enter address/GPS coordinates to set the spots.
Set the number of round trip times by entering the number. And set the speed by dragging the Speed bar. After the Times and Speed are set up, click Move to start the journey.
iMyFone AnyTo will simulate the movement with the speed that you set. You can enjoy all location-based AR games without any walking!
When it finishes, it will pop up a prompt Completed!
Note: In order to avoid the game developers thinking that you are spoofing location, you'd better to choose the destinations along the specific roads.
Part 5: Mock GPS Location - by Joystick Mode
Step 1: Choose Joystick Mode
If you want to mock your GPS location with joystick, you can select Joystick Mode at the upper right corner (the 1st one). One click to Move automatically.
Step 2: Set the Direction
Set 360-degree directions. Move forward or reverse by clicking the direction button.
You can change the directions in real-time marching. Or you can use keys W, A,S, D, or keys Up, Down, Left, Right to control GPS spot movement.
Part 6. Special Features of iMyFone AnyTo
Feature 1: Circle Route
Under Multi-spot mode, when the starting point and the end point are nearby, the program will automatically ask if you need to create a circle route. Click "Yes", it will align the starting point and the end point; click "No", the end point will keep the exact coordinates.
Feature 2: Realistic Mode
Check Realistic Mode, and then moving speed will randomly vary in the upper or lower 30% of selected speed range. The speed varies every 5 seconds.
Feature 3: Returns or Loops
When the times are greater than 1, the user can choose to return original road (from start to finish, and then return), or loop (from start to finish, from start to finish again) in the form of a repeat this route.
Feature 4: Collect Spots and Routes
When using Teleport Mode and searching for a new spot, you can click on the Star icon to collect this spot. Turn on the Star button in the lower right corner to display your favorite spots on the map.
When creating a multi-spot route or two-spot route, you can also click on the Star icon to collect this route.
The collected spots and routes will be shown in the "Saved Spots" and "Saved Routes" panel.
Tap the Top icon to the left of the Star icon to place your favorites at the top.
Feature 5: Support 5 iOS Devices
iMyFone AnyTo supports changing GPS location of 5 different iOS devices at the same time.
Click on the "phone" icon on the right and it will show the connected device. Then click the "plus" sign in the upper right corner.
Choose the iOS device that you want to change GPS location at the same time.
After trusting the computer, you can see all the devices on the right and select to turn off any one of them at any time. Or you can just "Disconnect All".
Feature 6: Import/Export GPX file
iMyFone AnyTo can import/export GPX file of single and multiple paths to save your favorite routes now.
Click on the "down" icon on the right, and you can import the GPX file.
Click on the "up" icon on the left route panel, and you can export the GPX file.