Hacking Sims FreePlay to Be Playable without WiFi Connection

Sims Freeplay is a great mobile game that can be played on various mobile devices. From smartphones to tablets, as long as you are on Apple and Google’s app store ecosystem, you are guaranteed to be able to play the game. However, you have noticed that EA has required The Sims Freeplay to be played over WiFi only. According to the Electronic Arts Inc, the WiFi is required because of all the immersive quality of the Sims Freeplay.

This point can be argued upon on many ways but that’s not the point of this article. What we want to bring to the forefront is to provide an answer to a lot of questions we have been getting about this popular life simulation game. How to play Sims Freeplay without being tethered to a WiFi connection is something the gamers have been asking a lot of questions about so we will resolve this problem once and for all now. The solution is also bundled with cheating tools like The Sims Freeplay Money Cheats Tool.

First of all, if you try to turn off WiFi and try to play The Sims Freeplay, you will have a bad time. This is due to the protection EA has put in to prevent people from playing without WiFi on. I’m not sure what kinds of data they are transmitting by having the WiFI on but again, just turning it off and trying to play the game simply will not work.

So what is the solution to this problem? Well, the key here is the airplane mode. Airplane mode is used for people who needs to turn off their any and all wireless connections like WiFI and Bluetooth. For Sims Freeplay players, you will be glad to know that this mode meant for air travel can also be used to play the Sims Freeplay without having any active Wifi connection.

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