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About garfrench2650

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    Mister Personality | The Wanderer
  • Birthday July 12

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  • iDevice
    iPad Air
  • iOS Version
    10.0.1
  • Jailbroken
    Yes
  • Android Device
    Galaxy S7
  • Android Version
    7.0 Nougat
  • Rooted
    Yes
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Citizen of the World
  • Interests
    Mac Gaming, PS4, Web Design/Software Development, Photography.

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  1. No, it does not. It simply restores the firmware you start with. You can also do a partial restore which will only restore photos, or app data, or a specific folder. Again, this does not update your device or force it to the latest firmware.
  2. Use the import/export buttons near the top. Maybe, but I think he'll figure it out and be all the better for it.
  3. The link is down, but I think that I am going to like this...
  4. It couldn't have, but I don't know your skill level so I was suggesting anything that might help. @booface
  5. Bypass Those Pesky Parental Controls! (number three will make your jaw drop) Having been locked out of the Appstore, out of Safari, and out of everything else you are frantically searching for a way to... Idk, do whatever it is you kids do that causes your parents to restrict your device. Anyways, here is how to get past the restriction password on an IOS device (Apple). Difficulty level: Windows User (idiot) *cough*... (I made it, you probably can as well) Requirements: iDevice (this works on nonjailbroken devices) A Windows or Mac OS X Computer iBackUpBot Parental Controls/Restrictions: (Duh, you wouldn't need this tutorial if you didn't have these activated) Step # ONE: Download iBackUpBot: (Read this for an idea of what this tool is for) WIN: http://www.icopybot.com/ibackupbot_setup.exe MAC: http://www.icopybot.com/iBackupBot-Setup.dmg Install that bad boi and come back here... ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Start off by opening iBackupBot and clicking the big blue "Backup Now" button In the lefthand sidebar under Backups select your device name. Navigate to /DeviceName/System Files/Home Domain/Library/Preferences/com.apple.restrictionspassword.plist Yay! Now back that sucker up so your parents won't catch you later. Save it to your desktop. Step Number : Download this file: [Hidden Content] Great, now overwrite the existing .PLIST (in iBackupbot) with this edited .PLIST. Refresh, and restore that flat boxy boi from iBackUpBot (click the red arrow device button at the top it will say "restore" when your hover it). iBackUpBot will restore your device. STEP NO. TRES: Once you have restored from iBackupBot, navigate to Settings>General>Restrictions Uh Oh... There is still a passcode... Hmm...Type: [Hidden Content] in the passcode box. ALL DONE! You have succesfully bypassed restrictions. You may edit them or remove them. Make sure, if your parents check your device, that you paste the unedited .PLIST back into the Preferences folder and overwrite the edited one. This will ensure that your edited restrictions are locked by your parents password and not by my bypass password. (And it might keep you from getting caught) PS: I didn't feel like taking screenshots or making a video. Have fun reading! Credits: @garfrench2650 - I MADE THIS FILE! @xiaov - Distracting me and making fun of me when I could not find the hide button... Thanks, Mate. I did it. @DiDA - For Emailing me his brain (and something else ) And for giving me permission to post this. - at - THE REST OF THE WORLD - You know, just because. (of the chicken jokes mostly)
  6. First download it... Windows: http://www.icopybot.com/ibackupbot_setup.exe Mac OS X: http://www.icopybot.com/iBackupBot-Setup.dmg Second open it and connect to your device. IMAGE: Now, click on the big "Backup Now" button underneath the device picture. It will Backup a copy of your entire device. You will then go into your User applications folder and select Clash of Clans (the Original App). (it is in"USER APP FILES") IMAGE: Export the Library and Documents folder and save to your desktop. Go back into the User App Files on the left and find one of the cloned versions. You should be able to tell what they are. (I don't know their names) Paste and Overwrite the files from the original Clash of Clans app. Now, click the little blue refresh icon at the top of the window. It will reload... Now, click on the icon with the red arrow and iphone (directly to the right of the big red X button) This will reload the backup into your device with the changes. Now, go to settings>Gamecenter>logout and login with the next account. Load it in the clash of clans app and then close all apps. Back on your computer, make another Backup of your device. Copy the original Clash of Clans app files again... and save them to your desktop. Navigate in iBackUpBot to the second cloned app and paste those files there (make sure to Overwrite them) Refresh with the little blue icon, and then restore with the red arrow device icon. Back on your device, go to settings and login to your third account and then load it in the original clash of clans app. You should now have three different COC apps with three different accounts. If you want to add more accounts you just have to repeat the process. @EllaLyves EDIT: Had to take down the images because they revealed too much.
  7. Okay... Do you have iBackUp Bot downloaded? @EllaLyves
  8. @rjd3 You might give us some idea of things you like?
  9. A simple logo... Just ask if you want it edited. @NoHax
  10. Coolio, that's what the photography club is for, right? Nice name btw.
  11. The dog isn't a Chocolate Lab... The dog is a cross between a Boykin Spaniel and a German Short-Haired Pointer. She does resemble a Chocolate Lab. @Amuyea
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