How to spoof your location using Google Chrome settings

  1. Suppose you wish to make the location to Los Angeles

  2. Connect your VPN to a server from this location

  3. In Chrome, press Ctrl + Shift + I (Windows) or Cmd + Option + I (Mac) to open Chrome Developer Tools.

  4. Press Esc, then select the Sensors option in the left sidebar.

5.  In a new tab, find the exact latitude and longitude coordinates to match the VPN location selected. Search for the location then paste the coordinates.

6. Return to Developer Tools and enter the coordinates.

7. Refresh the page.

8. Check that your location has changed.

Disable Geo location On Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge, Safari, Opera

Google Chrome

  1. Select the Chrome Menu Button 

  2. Select Settings

  3. Select Show advanced settings…

  4. Under “Privacy”, select Content settings…

  5. Navigate to the “Location” section and select Do not allow any site to track your physical location

  6. Click Done

Mozilla Firefox

  1. In the URL bar, enter about:config

  2. In the search bar, enter geo.enabled

  3. Double click on the geo.enabled preference so that it changes to“false”


Apple Safari

  1. Select Safari in the top left corner

  2. Select Preferences

  3. In the “Privacy” tab, under “Website use of location services”, select Deny without prompting


  1. In the URL bar, enter about:config

  2. On the left-side menu bar, select Websites

  3. Scroll down to Location and select Do not allow any site to track my physical location.


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