Google has implemented a new service a few months ago called Google Music. This is basically a way to upload all your music to Google’s server and allow you to stream and play it to all your devices that are connected to the Internet. The service is free and allows you to upload up to 20 000 songs. The only problem is that the service is limited to users located in the US. Engadget wrote a nice article about circumventing the initial setup that looks at your IP address by tricking it to be a US IP address. This is only for the initial set up, after which you will have Google Music working normally.
1- Download TOR
2- Intall it and click on the Start Tor Browser.exe ( you should see the screen # 1 )
3- Click the view network button ( you will see the screen #2 )
4- Right click on a US flag and select copy fingerprint ( see screen #3 )
5- close the screen
6- Click on settings/Advanced/edit current torrc ( see screen #4)
7- add the following to lines at the top
8- replace the XXX by pasting the value we just copied. It should look like this
9- Click Ok and retart TOR
10- wait until you see the Aurora web browser ( screen # 5 ) and go to https://music.google.com
11- Log on to your Google account
12- Accept the terms of service
13- close all browsers and TOR.
14- You are done, you can now log on to your Google account and upload all your music…….
Thank-you to Engadget for providing the information. You can see their full article HERE