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Will Pokémon GO work on the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime?

Pokemon Go will work if you have: Android 4.4 to Android 6.0.1 Strong internet connection (Wi-Fi, 3G, or 4G) GPS and Location Services GSMArena shows that the Galaxy Grand Prime2 meets these requirements and so I think you’ll have no problem with it. See on Reddit

Why doesn't pokémon go work after I unroot my device?

You could try re-installing it, or trying on a different device. It may be that after the Halloween update, that your phone is genuinely unsupported. It also says that rooted devices are not supported. Since rooting is often used by those who wish to cheat at the game, so you may have to reset your phone to “eradicate all traces” of your root. If so, you wont lose your Pokémon

Could the new Nearby feature actually hide rarer Pokémon from Sightings?

Niantic is rolling out the Nearby feature in some more cities besides San Francisco, so instead of seeing up to 9 Pokémon, you see some selected Pokémon near the Pokéstops nearby, but only 3 Pokémon in the Sightings tab. Example screenshot I found online: In some cases, in the top 6 slots, I have seen multiple Tentacool at somewhat far away Pokéstops (in some cases, up to 2km away), even

Pokémon Go: Pokémon are stacked on each other when I start

I have installed the game recently, and in the start, this happens. See on Reddit

Does the new Nearby feature of Pokemon Go prevent a Lapras or Snorlax from being found?

Niantic is rolling out the Nearby feature in some more cities besides San Francisco, so instead of seeing up to 9 Pokemon, you see some selected Pokemon near the Pokestops nearby, and you see only 3 Pokemon close to you. Example screenshot I found online: In some cases, in the top 6 slots, I did see 3 Tentacools at somewhat far away Pokestops (in some cases, up to 2km away),

Pokemon go, suddenly pokemon cannot show up indoor

It’s just bad luck. Pokemon spawns are random and have nothing to do with your location. – VanBuzzKill 9 hours ago bad luck happen till 24 hours ? till now not a single out pokemon poke out in my house,,, but once i go outside i can capture few pokemons as usual – Lizzie Shine 7 hours ago

What kind of battery does the Pokémon Go Plus have?

I’m not really seeing a device that actively runs Bluetooth to last 100 hours off a single CR2032. I’m probably going to give it a more conservative 10 hours of constant use. – Nelson yesterday I have a pebble watch with a 130mAh battery, lasts up to a week (160+ hours) at a time, constantly communicating using bluetooth, plus updating a

Is there a way to play music over Pokémon Go (After Halloween)? [duplicate]

Yes, I ran into the same issue after the update and I was able to find a workaround. If you are using iOS, activate Siri, then close out of it. Your audio levels will be back to normal afterwards. Here is another workaround, in case the previous one doesn’t work. I’m not sure if this works for everyone (and it’s not really a solution), but when I skip to the

Is there a case in Pokemon Go where the attacker and defender has a 1.56x effectiveness vs a 0.64x effectiveness the other way?

From the answer in this question, it looks like type effectiveness for dual-type Pokemons can be “stacked up together”. So if a Pokemon’s attack move type is super effective towards both types of a dual-type Pokemon, then it is 1.25 x 1.25 = 1.56 effectiveness. The cases of 1.56 vs 1, or 1.25 vs 0.8 are easier to think of, such as Vaporeon vs Arcanine, or Lapras vs Dragonite, but

Pokemon Go not working on Data after Android 6.0.1 update

Hi I could really use some help. I stupidly updated my Android to 6.0.1 in October… Since my update Pokemon Go will not work on my 4G mobile data. I am in Canada using a Samsung A9. Prior to the Android update I have not had problems loading at all. It works on wifi but once I leave wifi the game will continue to work on 4G ranging from 5