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Downloading Pokemon Go

The primary reason it isn't showing up is because you are on Android JellyBean (4.1/4.2/4.3) and not KitKat (4.4) or higher which is required for Pokemon Go, according to Google there never was an ...
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Rooted device: "This device, OS, or software is not compatible with Pokémon GO"

Since the 0.37 update on android, Root users have been forced out of the game. Niantic claim this to cut down on hacking (but a better option would be to not open if allow.mock.location is 1) Source ...
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Pokemon logo (Cubeon) showing on my boot screen

It's not from Niantic, it is the silhouette of the MIUI character head. It's possible comes with a MIUI theme what you downloaded and applied.
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Downloading Pokemon Go

From the Pokémon Go entry in the Google Play Store: - This app is free-to-play and offers in-game purchases. It is optimized for smartphones, not tablets. Your device is a tablet - ...
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Pokemon Go without compass?

I had a similar issue- but do not worry! Your device can grab your location using your mobile data/Wi-Fi. Its less accurate than the GPS, but it certainly works.
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Rooted device: "This device, OS, or software is not compatible with Pokémon GO"

There are methods called root cloaking. This is the process of hiding root from specific apps. I'd recommend checking out these posts for more information: http://forum.xda-developers.com/xposed/...
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I had root and I just updated my phone to 4.4

Updating from the stock vendor while in root will unroot the device as the new image downloaded is not rooted. Many devices are not compatible with many games. Can you be more specific ! Which ...
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Can you play Pokémon Go on Oneplus 2 with CM13?

Oneplus 2 and Pokemon Go do not work well together as of August 2016 if GPS is in the high accuracy mode. If you enable GPS only mode and restart then Pokemon works normally.
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Keep Pokémon Go from taking over audio

I feel your pain I'm looking for the same thing But I found a work around similar to above but doesn't require you to "leave" Pokemon go Just swipe down from the top and click play again If your ...
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Keep Pokémon Go from taking over audio

I use Podcast Addict. If you go to their Settings then Player there is a checkbox under Experimental for "Ignore Audio Focus requests" this will allow the podcasts to play while playing Pokemon Go or ...
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Keep Pokémon Go from taking over audio

I solved the problem this way: When you listen to your podcast or music and launch Pokemon Go, the music stops playing. Go to your recent tasks, open your music/podcast app and start playing your ...
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Pokemon Go without compass?

I use the HTC Desire 626, which also lacks a magnetic sensor. You can load up Pokémon GO, create a character, and get your starter, but you are unable to load any additional pokémon, any pokéstops, or ...
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Pokemon Go without compass?

Yes, without compass, your experience is incomplete, you needed it for know the way to follow the pokemon, but AR works fine.
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Pokemon Go causes overheating?

The default location settings for most phones are set to High accuracy, which uses GPS, Wi-fi and mobile networks to determine your location. Setting it to Battery saving or Device only would ...
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Pokemon Go causes overheating?

Yes, that is right. It adopts augmented reality technique and also makes use of your camera as well. It can takes up a lot of energy of your battery. So you may avoid running Pokemon Go together with ...
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Pokemon Go causes overheating?

Because the game uses your mobile network and GPS constantly. which will over heat the phone. putting the app on sd would make no difference
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Pokémon Go without Google at all

Unfortunately Creating a Google Account is currently your only option, It's not hard to create a new account and it will probably be beneficial for many other applications you might download. It's ...
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