I'd want to see how "mock GPS" applications are working, so I installed "Fake GPS Location" from PlayStore, and works flawlessly (obviously I set such app in the developer options to mock the gps location). In facts both Google Maps and Whatsapp report the GPS location which I set, but Telegram doesn't get this setting: still reports my real location. I tried to set the GPS accuracy, in Android's settings, to low and high, I also rebooted the phone, with no dice.

Why? There is some other workaround that I miss?

  • Without a rooted device, it's not possible. – beeshyams Dec 10 '20 at 4:00
  • So, why it works with other applications? When I installed "Fake GPS Location" it didn't asked for a rooted device; I also tried on another phone which is rooted and still, only telegram, doesn't get the mocked gps. – Dave Dec 11 '20 at 13:03
  • Actually, it's possible for an app to ignore mocked location – Andrew T. Dec 11 '20 at 14:02

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