How to Fake Your Location on Google Chrome

10 February 2022

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The will automatically use a geolocation service that can pinpoint your exact location.

With this geolocation service, you can use map services such as Google Map or other services that require location information.

On a cellphone, it has a fairly high accuracy thanks to the GPS device in it. While on a Laptop / PC the location is determined based on the IP address you are using. So that the location accuracy becomes less accurate because of the from the ISP you are using.

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If you need accurate location data on the , you can set your location coordinates manually in advanced . You can also provide fake coordinates if you don’t want your location to be tracked by browsers.

Another method to fake your location is to use a Virtual Private (VPN) or use a extension. In this article, Bardimin will show you how to fake your location without VPN and .

How to fake location on Google Chrome

  1. Open the web address that you want to fake your location, for example url: “https://maps.google.com/”.
  2. Open “Developer tools” by pressing the key (Ctrl + Shift + I).
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  1. Click the three dots button, then select “More tools > Sensors”.
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  1. At the bottom of the panel you will see the “Sensors” tab, then on the button click the option button in the “Location” field. You can select a city that is available in the options, or select “Other…” for a location that is not available in the selection and then you enter the coordinates of that location in the field below.
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  1. Next, check your location by refreshing and updating the page.
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