Necro BOT For Windows OS with Rare Pokemon Coordinates Finder

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Read the below Pokemon GO Necro Bot Instruction or Watch this 1-minute Video:

Pokemon GO NECRO BOT – Installation & Configuration

First of All Download the Pokemon GO NECRO BOT and the Rare Coordinates Finder from the Download Section below and Run it, After that comeback and read the instructions.

  1. Unzip the downloaded Pokemon GO NECRO BOT files from the first download link, run the program (NecroBot.exe)
  2. Unzip and run PogoLocationFeederGUI.exe from the second download link.
  3. MESSAGE US FOR ANY Pokemon GO NECRO BOT HELP AT http://facebook.com/apkreal
  4. A console window will appear and then soon close. This is generating the config/auth JSON files.
  5. Navigate to the Config/auth.json file.
  6. Change AuthType to google or ptc based on your login type of choice.
  7. Enter your username and password with quotes around them. You can find an example below.
    • For Google logins, use GoogleUsername and GooglePassword.
      • If the Google login uses 2-factor authentication, you will be prompted when Necrobot attempts to login.
    • For PTC logins, use PTCUsername and PTCPassword. Make sure to keep the quotations ” ” in front and at the end.
For Google
 auth.json
 {
   "AuthType": "google",
   "GoogleUsername": "[email protected]",
   "GooglePassword": "yourgooglepassword",
   "GoogleRefreshToken": null,
   "PtcUsername": null,
   "PtcPassword": null
 }
For PTC
 auth.json
 {
   "AuthType": "ptc",
   "GoogleUsername": null,
   "GooglePassword": null,
   "GoogleRefreshToken": null,
   "PtcUsername": "yourptcusername",
   "PtcPassword": "yourptcpassword"
 }
  1. Save the auth.json file.
  2. Edit Config/config.json with your desired settings.
    • The defaults settings are generic so you WILL have to modify these to match what you desire from NecroBot.
  3. Insert your latitude and longitude values in the DefaultLatitude and DefaultLongitudevariables.
    • You can find GPS coordinates here to fit your desired location.
  4. Save the config.json file.
  5. Run NecroBot again.
    • If you are using a Google account to login which is setup with 2-factor authentication, NecroBot will open a Google page in your default browser and request for your 2-factor token.
  6. Enjoy!

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Pokemon GO NECRO BOT – Auth.json:

AuthType (Value)

Set to google for Google Set to ptc for Pokemon Trainer Club

GoogleRefreshToken (Value)

Depreciated value not used anymore.

GoogleUsername (Value)

Google account username used when AuthType is set to google, username must be between quotes.
NOTE: Educational Google Accounts are currently not handled/supported by GPSOAuth.

GooglePassword (Value)

Google account password used when AuthType is set to google, password must be between quotes.

PtcUsername (Value)

Pokemon Trainer Club username used when AuthType is set to ptc

PtcPassword (Value)

Pokemon Trainer Club username used when AuthType is set to ptc

Pokemon GO NECRO BOT – Config.json:

Scheduled Intervals

Non-GPX

If UseGPXPathing is set to false, Evolution, upgrading, transferring and recycling will execute every 5th Pokestop. Sniping will execute every Pokestop.

GPX

If UseGPXPathing is set to true and GPXFile is found, Evolution, updating, transferring, recycling and sniping will execute every second or
based on the value in milliseconds forMinDelayBetweenSnipes (whichever is higher).

Pokemon GO NECRO BOT- DEVICE ID:

Add the following to your auth.json file to not overwrite your current custom device information: “DevicePackageName”: “custom”, USING YOUR OWN PERSONAL INFORMATION ON NECROBOT REQUIRES AN ANDROID DEVICE

This release features automatic random device generation!

You can now opt to leave the device values static and your device will not be the same as everyone else’s. This means that your account will not look like the exact same as other people using Necrobot.

If you still prefer to use your own device, you can do that as well! If you do you use your own device info, note that it will look the exact same as when you are signed into PoGo on your phone

Use your own device info

To change the device information in /Config/auth.json to YOUR personal device, you will need android-sdk with adb (and drivers for your phone). Here are the correlating values with the command to run to grab the value off your phone:
“DeviceId”: “”, // adb.exe shell settings get secure android_id
“AndroidBoardName”: “”, // adb.exe shell getprop ro.product.board
“AndroidBootloader”: “”, // adb.exe shell getprop ro.boot.bootloader
“DeviceBrand”: “”, // adb.exe shell getprop ro.product.brand
“DeviceModel”: “”, // adb.exe shell getprop ro.product.model
“DeviceModelIdentifier”: “”, // adb.exe shell getprop ro.product.name
“DeviceModelBoot”: “qcom”,
“HardwareManufacturer”: “”, // adb.exe shell getprop ro.product.manufacturer
“HardwareModel”: “”, // adb.exe shell getprop ro.product.model
“FirmwareBrand”: “”, // adb.exe shell getprop ro.product.name
“FirmwareTags”: “”, // adb.exe shell getprop ro.build.tags
“FirmwareType”: “”, // adb.exe shell getprop ro.build.type
“FirmwareFingerprint”: “” // adb.exe shell getprop ro.build.fingerprint


Changing the Location of the Bot

  1. If your Bot is running, close it.
  2. Change the value of DefaultLatitude and DefaultLongitude in your Config/config.json file.
  3. Run the bot. Done!

GPX Configure NecroBot to follow a predefined path instead of wandering around.

  1. Create your path by right clicking on the map. Use as many points as you’d like! It is recommended to have the path end near the beginning of the path so it can loop.
  2. Save without changing default settings.
  3. Remove the highlighted block of data from the .gpx file using NotePad++ or NotePad.
  4. Save the .gpx wherever your .exe is.
  5. In the config set UseGPXPathing to True and GPXFile to X.gpx where X is your filename.
  6. Set your default coordinates near the start of your path to begin pathing.
  7. Launch the program!
  8. OR ELSE: Submitted GPX paths can be found here.

Pokemon GO NECRO BOT- Sniping Setup:

Configure NecroBot to teleport to specific pre-defined coordinates to catch specific Pokemon in the area before returning to your normal location.

Scheduled Intervals

Non-GPX

If UseGPXPathing is set to false, Sniping will execute every Pokestop.

Pokemon GO NECRO BOT- GPX:

If UseGPXPathing is set to true and GPXFile is found, Sniping will execute every second or based on the value in milliseconds for MinDelayBetweenSnipes (whichever is higher).

Description

With this setup, Necrobot will rely on a seperate location feeder service instead of the config. This service will run on the same machine as Necrobot to supply dynamic Pokemon locations from the Discord server channels for sniping.

Configuration

PokeFeeder Setup

  1. Download the newest from here: PokeFeeder release
  2. Unzip the PokeFeeder release
  3. Execute PogoLocationFeeder.exe

Pokemon GO NECRO BOT Setup

  1. Open Necrobot’s Config.json
  2. Make sure your values are set like below:
    "SnipeAtPokestops": true,
    "SnipeIgnoreUnknownIv": false,
    "SnipeLocationServer": "localhost",
    "SnipeLocationServerPort": 16969,
    "UseSnipeLocationServer": true,
    "GetSniperInfoFromPokezz": false,
    "GetOnlyVerifiedSniperInfoFromPokezz": false,
    "GetSniperInfoFromPokeSnipers": false,
  3. Run Necrobot
  4. Pogofeeder should give you a new notification about a connection.
  5. If you start getting notifications about Pokemon in PogoFeeder, you set it up correctly. You should see Necrobot attempt to catch some of the Pokemon, but it will not catch them all depending on how quick Pogofeeder finds the coordinates.

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4 Comments

  • I use this for a couple hours today and it works great, however there is no option I could find in the Config UI to set the Transfer based on IV instead of CP.
    Result was it Transferred out a lot of my High IV ranked Pokemon and left me with Low IV / High CP Pokemon instead.
    I lost about 25 of my IV 90+ Pokemon before I caught it 🙁

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