Cracking an app - Illegal [edit]

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  1. gleesonger

    gleesonger New Member

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    A while ago a free application was pulled from the app store by apple and not the developer.A friend of mine has it, I copied the ipa and installed it on my device then tried to use [redacted] to remove the protection, this failed.
    Other than cracking the application on his device (he is reluctant to jailbreak) is there another way in which I can remove the protection so that it may run on my device??

    Thanks,
    Ger.
  2. abakalad

    abakalad Member

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    im not sure if your allowed to talk about stuff like that here
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    studangerous Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Why do you title this NOT ILLEGAL...!?! Title edited for truth

    1. under our rules discussion of App Store piracy, which this is, is not permitted.

    2. App Store binaries, whether you paid for them or downloaded them free, are the property of the developer and any attempt to change the code therein without permission/license from the developer is not permitted under the App Store TOS/EULA.

    Thread closed. I hope you learned something today.
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