Parental Controls Solution Problem...

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by T_Gaming, Jan 14, 2016.

  1. T_Gaming
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    If I use the mkey generator to reset the pin, how will I get the actual pin to block the controls again so when my parents reconfigure it, they will not see a difference?? :sad:
     


  2. Jim~

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    Your parents actually mess with the settings on your 3DS regularly? :blink:
     
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  4. Dazzozo

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    The system will never reveal the PIN to you, even if you use the generator. The only way of actually recovering the PIN is via haxx.

    Also: lol
     
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    And as a fact, the system does NOT actually even reset the pin, it just simply gives you access so that you can change the pin. If you don't actually set a new pin, the old pin remains in effect. Ditto with the security question/answer.

    Of course, this won't help you out if you were looking to do other things where the parental controls are ALWAYS in effect, such as changing the internet connection settings. This can only help you in the case of bypassing restrictions that can be turned off, like the game ratings restriction, or whether you can spend money on the eshop.
     
  6. Meorge

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    lol
     
  7. Xenosaiga

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    Ouch, 19 and still have your parents restrict your access? Me thinks your parents are too strict
     
  8. Rhapsody

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    Or that he's lying about his age.
     
  9. muskieratboi

    muskieratboi Rydian's got some competition!

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    why the heck are you trying to bypass parental controls, OP? trying to look at 3d Boobies?

    You only need to ask!

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  10. Meorge

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    Maybe he is the age of @Jacklack3 and wants to talk to his online Animal Crossing girlfriend on his ACNL legit CIA he got on 10.3 :P
     
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    Your acting like being 11 is like having cancer and fucking someone with it.

    I beleive 16 is worse.
     
  12. Meorge

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    What makes you think that, little one?

    Also, I am 15. Not 16.
     
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    pfffffffffffffffffffffffffbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbtttttttttttttt

    :rofl2:
     
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    Easy! Just use ninjhax on your parents to disable them from doing parental checks.
     
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    Wow. Poor fella. O.o
     
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  23. Quantumcat

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    At 19, why don't you get a job, move out of your parents' place and buy your own 3DS?

    Or if you are lying about your age and are 13 or older, just get a job and buy your own 3DS?
     
  24. Joom

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    I lol'd. On topic though, I don't even understand why parental controls on the 3DS exist. If you don't want your kid using your credit card, don't save the information, lazy ass.

    You do know it's really not as easy as that, right? In most places, an apartment is around $400 - $1,200 a month, and that's not including utilities. Not to mention when one just "gets a job" in a saturated market, they only attain part time, and are typically paid minimum wage, which will not cover all the necessities, thus causing one to rely on government help, at least for food. I dunno how it is in other countries, but that's the true American story.
     
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  25. Quantumcat

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    You can live in a share house. Here, a bedroom in a share house ranges from $100-$200 a week. A full time week at minimum wage is $650 so assuming you're not at uni there is no problem affording a place. If you're at uni and can only work part time, most places pay $20-$25 an hour for unskilled employees (McDonalds and some supermarkets are the only ones paying true minimum wage) so nobody here has a problem affording a place to live, assuming you don't have really fancy tastes. If you have a partner or kids or both it might be tricky. In addition, if you earn less than about $200 a week and are studying you can get "youth allowance" or "Austudy" payments as a supplement. If you are not employed and not studying you get about $200 a week in "Newstart" payments which will keep you in cheap accomodation.


    I do feel sorry for anyone living in the US :-) Unemployed? Too bad, starve to death. Want to study? No rich parents? Too bad, give up on your dream, get a crappy job and continue the poor cycle. Sick and can't afford health cover? Too bad, go bankrupt or die. Fun times!
     
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