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 4 months ago '05        #51
Y.G. 27 heat pts27
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 thekidd said
Haa that’s only for the people with tha latest droid software and hardware. I. The real world


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Any device running Android 5.1 Lollipop and up has Factory Reset Protection. The current Android version is 9.0 Pie. Just admit that you don't know what the hell you're talking about and go on about your business.

Dude really tried to say he could crack Factory Reset Protection. Have several seats.
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 4 months ago '06        #52
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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 Y.G. said
Any device running Android 5.1 Lollipop and up has Factory Reset Protection. The current Android version is 9.0 Pie. Just admit that you don't know what the hell you're talking about and go on about your business.

Dude really tried to say he could crack Factory Reset Protection. Have several seats.
Ima computer programmer . Havenít failed to wipe a phone yet.

 4 months ago '06        #53
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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 Y.G. said
Any device running Android 5.1 Lollipop and up has Factory Reset Protection. The current Android version is 9.0 Pie. Just admit that you don't know what the hell you're talking about and go on about your business.

Dude really tried to say he could crack Factory Reset Protection. Have several seats.
Your the same type of person who downloads cracked software but doesnít see how itís possible

 4 months ago '06        #54
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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Just the first page of google

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 4 months ago '06        #55
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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Un breakable ya right

 4 months ago '05        #56
Y.G. 27 heat pts27
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 thekidd said
Ima computer programmer . Haven’t failed to wipe a phone yet.
Okay Mr. "Programmer." You've showed us you know how to Google. I can also Google"remove Apple ID activation lock" and get tons of results. Doesn't mean that it works.

So I'll ask you again: do tell how you managed to crack Google's Factory Reset Protection. I'll wait.

Edit: Good job posting screenshots from articles that are years old. I'm sure those solutions still work.

 4 months ago '06        #57
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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 Y.G. said
Okay Mr. "Programmer." You've showed us you know how to Google. I can also Google"remove Apple ID activation lock" and get tons of results. Doesn't mean that it works.

So I'll ask you again: do tell how you managed to crack Google's Factory Reset Protection. I'll wait.

Edit: Good job posting screenshots from articles that are years old. I'm sure those solutions still work.
Yeah thatís 5 seconds worth of research. Youíve made the fatal a*sumption that everyone has updated and installed/performed all most recent updates and also your a*suming that all holes and patches have already been discovered for all devices. All while making the a*sumption that everyone has a latest hardware device.

Kinda like how Facebook snuck in extra data logging under casual permissions, or the thousands of holes in Java.

Your statement is false. Software gets less secure the more you scale and thereís no way around it. All It takes is an inexperienced user to install some bloatware piggybacked into a signed apk.
Anyone else wanna co sign this ID 10 T


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 4 months ago '06        #58
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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As recent as right now there’s someone figuring out a way around all your little favorite locks. Even Linux is unsecure in the hands of an idiot

 4 months ago '06        #59
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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 Y.G. said
Okay Mr. "Programmer." You've showed us you know how to Google. I can also Google"remove Apple ID activation lock" and get tons of results. Doesn't mean that it works.

So I'll ask you again: do tell how you managed to crack Google's Factory Reset Protection. I'll wait.

Edit: Good job posting screenshots from articles that are years old. I'm sure those solutions still work.
Just remember someone like me wrote everything you use on a daily basis. Your cars ECU is probably C++ youíre using php and JavaScript right now and your sharing possibly geotagged photos online. Security is a habit not an environment

 4 months ago '06        #60
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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But poor android ( and iPhone for that matter) is so secure...

 4 months ago '06        #61
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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 Y.G. said
Okay Mr. "Programmer." You've showed us you know how to Google. I can also Google"remove Apple ID activation lock" and get tons of results. Doesn't mean that it works.

So I'll ask you again: do tell how you managed to crack Google's Factory Reset Protection. I'll wait.

Edit: Good job posting screenshots from articles that are years old. I'm sure those solutions still work.
For my Android pie guys


Since me using Google somehow invalidates my argument what tool do use to search the internet? Terminal?


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 4 months ago '05        #62
Y.G. 27 heat pts27
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 thekidd said
Just remember someone like me wrote everything you use on a daily basis. Your cars ECU is probably C++ youíre using php and JavaScript right now and your sharing possibly geotagged photos online. Security is a habit not an environment
You didn't write anything I use. You're also speaking to a software engineer. Using random tech jargon you Googled won't impress me.

Also, you still haven't showed a verified method of bypassing Factory Reset Protection. Maybe you can show us some of the code you've written. Oh wait, if you were that talented you would have submitted the exploit to Google and got paid for it. Feel free to post unverified methods that don't actually work though.
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 4 months ago '18        #63
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 P-Hill said
meanwhile T-Mobile hustling backwards releasing it on older phones before the new ones
Actually smart, minimizes the fragmentation if you ask me
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 4 months ago '06        #64
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 Y.G. said
You didn't write anything I use. You're also speaking to a software engineer. Using random tech jargon you Googled won't impress me.

Also, you still haven't showed a verified method of bypassing Factory Reset Protection. Maybe you can show us some of the code you've written. Oh wait, if you were that talented you would have submitted the exploit to Google and got paid for it. Feel free to post unverified methods that don't actually work though.
Bro stop it. Iím not gonna even bother . Sale your soul for a phone ☎️

 4 months ago '06        #65
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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 Y.G. said
You didn't write anything I use. You're also speaking to a software engineer. Using random tech jargon you Googled won't impress me.

Also, you still haven't showed a verified method of bypassing Factory Reset Protection. Maybe you can show us some of the code you've written. Oh wait, if you were that talented you would have submitted the exploit to Google and got paid for it. Feel free to post unverified methods that don't actually work though.
Actually I almost licensed an idea to google when I was 16 . The details ainít your business
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 4 months ago '06        #66
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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 Y.G. said
You didn't write anything I use. You're also speaking to a software engineer. Using random tech jargon you Googled won't impress me.

Also, you still haven't showed a verified method of bypassing Factory Reset Protection. Maybe you can show us some of the code you've written. Oh wait, if you were that talented you would have submitted the exploit to Google and got paid for it. Feel free to post unverified methods that don't actually work though.
Why donít you list some of your software.

 4 months ago '06        #67
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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What’s your github post some source
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 4 months ago '06        #68
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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Instead of hating you should be tryna link
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 4 months ago '05        #69
Y.G. 27 heat pts27
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 thekidd said
Why donít you list some of your software.
My team and I develop back-end infrastructure for clients (some are Fortune 500). Most solutions are primarily developed with SQL Server. There's no software for you to use, unless you have a company that does millions of transactions per day that you'd like us service.

Also, nice try skirting around the fact that you can't crack Factory Reset Protection.

Edit: Dude claims he can crack Google's security and alleges he is a developer, yet responds millions of times to the same quote. Don't know how to string a paragraph together or use the edit button?
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 4 months ago '06        #70
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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that’s what’s up I know sql too

 4 months ago '06        #71
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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 Y.G. said
My team and I develop back-end infrastructure for clients (some are Fortune 500). Most solutions are primarily developed with SQL Server. There's no software for you to use, unless you have a company that does millions of transactions per day that you'd like us service.

Also, nice try skirting around the fact that you can't crack Factory Reset Protection.

Edit: Dude claims he can crack Google's security and alleges he is a developer, yet responds millions of times to the same quote. Don't know how to string a paragraph together or use the edit button?
SQL server is easy. Itís a framework .sounds like a n*gga with a certificate

 4 months ago '06        #72
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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Unlike you I an extended portfolio
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 4 months ago '06        #73
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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Beware of counterfeit developers
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 4 months ago '06        #74
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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It’s easy to get Fortunato 500 work in tech. Try doing like I do and serving the community independent with just a SQL certification. Nice try ��
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 4 months ago '06        #75
thekidd 52 heat pts52
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What header do you use for writing php scripts
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