Extend 24 hour trial Period?

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  1. ilikemonkeys

    ilikemonkeys New Member

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    Okay so I know that when you change the system time on the computer you can't play the file. But what if you change the time zone? I've tried it and they work!!! Could this be a good work around?
    Quick note though, while looking more deeply. This does not make iTunes say that there is like 36 hours. All it does is say that, for example me the movie expires 12 hours from the time that is on the system.

    I just realized that it actually dosn't increase the time at all. Oh well.
  2. I_am_Mad_like_This

    I_am_Mad_like_This New Member

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    But what are you talkin about?
  3. ilikemonkeys

    ilikemonkeys New Member

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    The movie rentals for iTunes. I was able to extend my 24 hour rental period.
  4. brandon311

    brandon311 New Member

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    How much can you "extend" it though?
  5. ilikemonkeys

    ilikemonkeys New Member

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    I think 12 hours? Maybe it depends. The movie I have was supposed to expire at 10 in the morning and I got it to around 12 am. so I just think it depends.
  6. wthoang

    wthoang New Member

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    this doesnt make sense watsoever...apple isnt stupid. it noes... if that works, why not just change ure clock bak.

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