Freedom (In App Purchase Hack) Root Only

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Here is one great root app that I use it all the time, its for iAP hack purchase, so If you want to get some coins on Temple Run or some other game then this is what you need.

Here is the official website: http://system.in-appstore.com/freedom/
(How to install instructions are in their website)

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You can download the apk from there or from HERE

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You must know that this doesnt work with all games and apps.

If you liked the app support the developers by donating to their Bitcoin: 1CKXhzmv5myt1m9QrpbyXHq92kyjL6vAyK

Credits: Freedom Developers​
 
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Hey, I don't mean to bug you but Do not post illegal software.. I would take the direct download down if I were you! :thanks:
 
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Here is the quote from the creator:

"Freedom modifies the hosts file to redirect communication sent from play app to Google's server. Freedom then acts as a fake Google server, running offline on your phone and sends the false credit card info to the phone's play store app, which thinks this info was sent by Google. When you click purchase, the fake Google server tells play store app that the transaction of money is complete, and the play store app tells the victim app that the payment was complete. This doesn't work on games with servers, because the game also communicates with that server. The game asks it's server if the purchase was complete, and the server asks Google's server the same. Since your fake purchase didn't reach Google, the purchase would not be completed.

In summary, Google doesn't know about the purchases using free-card because the whole thing happens offline.
They can't sue you any more than Ubisoft can have you arrested for playing assassin's creed with a trainer. You have every right to redirect IP traffic going in and out of a device you purchased."
 
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Bernard1995 said:
Here is the quote from the creator:

"Freedom modifies the hosts file to redirect communication sent from play app to Google's server. Freedom then acts as a fake Google server, running offline on your phone and sends the false credit card info to the phone's play store app, which thinks this info was sent by Google. When you click purchase, the fake Google server tells play store app that the transaction of money is complete, and the play store app tells the victim app that the payment was complete. This doesn't work on games with servers, because the game also communicates with that server. The game asks it's server if the purchase was complete, and the server asks Google's server the same. Since your fake purchase didn't reach Google, the purchase would not be completed.

In summary, Google doesn't know about the purchases using free-card because the whole thing happens offline.
They can't sue you any more than Ubisoft can have you arrested for playing assassin's creed with a trainer. You have every right to redirect IP traffic going in and out of a device you purchased."
I agree, it is no different to using the Missingno hack in Pokemon Blue :evil
 
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Bernard1995 said:
Here is the quote from the creator:

"Freedom modifies the hosts file to redirect communication sent from play app to Google's server. Freedom then acts as a fake Google server, running offline on your phone and sends the false credit card info to the phone's play store app, which thinks this info was sent by Google. When you click purchase, the fake Google server tells play store app that the transaction of money is complete, and the play store app tells the victim app that the payment was complete. This doesn't work on games with servers, because the game also communicates with that server. The game asks it's server if the purchase was complete, and the server asks Google's server the same. Since your fake purchase didn't reach Google, the purchase would not be completed.

In summary, Google doesn't know about the purchases using free-card because the whole thing happens offline.
They can't sue you any more than Ubisoft can have you arrested for playing assassin's creed with a trainer. You have every right to redirect IP traffic going in and out of a device you purchased."
IT USES FALSE CREDIT CARD DETAILS ON A PURCHASE. IT MIGHT NOT REACH GOOGLE, BUT YOU BYPASS THE PURCHASE, SO IT'S ILLEGAL.
 
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Bernard1995 said:
You didnt even read the whole post, if "this" is illegal then every bot, trainer, hacking tool should be deleted in this forum
Read the rules again, and then start posting stuff like this. Nuff said.
 

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Actually, this is significantly more illegal. At best, it's a violation of the DMCA, which could open the user up to significant fines. At worst, I can see this as a violation of the CFAA, which can result in hardcore federal prison time. The only reason people aren't being charged is because there's no easy way to detect its use, and the legal fees would likely be significantly higher than most developers would be willing to pursue. Here's a little bit of a more in depth explanation, from my strictly non-lawyer, non-professional position.

Legally speaking, most games are protected under copyright, including purchases and unlocks attained through In App Purchases. By circumventing the payment process used to attain these upgrades, you're technically violating the developer's copyright in a manner akin to piracy of complete software. The reason bots, trainers, and hacking tools aren't explicitly illegal, is they don't affect parts of the game that you have to pay for, and (usually) don't violate the copyright unless it's some sort of special case. Worst case scenario, you're violating the EULA of the game, which could be subject to legal action, but is much more likely to simply result in the banning of an online account/revocation of a license, and even less likely to see any ramifications in single player games.

Sorry to tell ya buddy, but interpretation doesn't change the law. Nice share, but it does violate the rules.

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Also, you should be encouraging people to donate to the people who made the games (sans Zynga, because fuck Zynga), since many devs are small operations.
 
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