Hire a local attorney to file a motion with the court to amend bail conditions. In the meantime, comply with the conditions to the letter. Have a good reason why you want the conditions changed (other than "I'm innocent" - they've heard that one before).
If you're innocent, you absolutely need to hire an attorney and fight the charge. Find someone who has a lot of trial experience and works mostly in the jurisdiction where you are charged.
You cannot simply get your bail conditions waived because you believe you are innocent.
You should retain an attorney. The attorney will also be able to advise you regarding your bail conditions and whether a judge is likely to amend them. All defendants, including the innocent, will have some conditions of bail.
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