POGOserver

by maierfelix

maierfelix / POGOserver

Pokemon GO server emulator

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Getting started

Setup

Copy and rename

cfg.js.example
to
cfg.js
.

Open

cfg.js
and fill the following fields:
DOWNLOAD_PROVIDER: "GOOGLE";
DOWNLOAD_USERNAME: "USERNAME";
DOWNLOAD_PASSWORD: "PASSWORD";

Tunneling setup

The pokemon go app traffic has to get forwarded manually to this custom server. Download rastapasta's Pokemon Go Xposed app and follow the installation instructions here.

Database setup

To setup a database connection, open

cfg.js
and change the database login credentials:
MYSQL_PORT: 3306,
MYSQL_HOST_IP: "127.0.0.1",
MYSQL_DB_NAME: "pogosql",
MYSQL_USERNAME: "root",
MYSQL_PASSWORD: "",

The required database tables get generated automatically.

Server setup

You need at minimum Node.js version 6.x.

Open up a terminal and enter

npm run boot
to start the server or
npm run api
to start the web-api.

To Update the Server enter

npm run update

Docker setup

  1. Download
    Dockerfile
    ,
    cfg.js.example
    and
    supervisord.conf
    from github.
  2. Place
    Dockerfile
    ,
    cfg.js.example
    and
    supervisord.conf
    into the same folder. Rename
    cfg.js.example
    to
    cfg.js
    .
  3. Modify
    cfg.js
    to your requirements as described above.
  4. Create a container and run it.
  5. Open a bash prompt, enter:
    cd /POGOserver/
    and enter
    npm run boot
    .
  6. Connect the Pokemon Go app to the server.
  7. Done.

Note: Instead of automatically mapping the ports, map them static, so they don't change after reboot.

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