Tuesday, November 15, 2016

I-Phone Backup Password Recover (All the possible default passwords)




If you are reading this you are probably trying to restore to your I-phone device a backup you've made before and it asks you for a password which you dont remember. Crap! Heres a list of the default passwords that are being used (sometimes automatically) if you dont recall of ever setting a password while making your backup. Keep your fingers crossed and lets go buddy.
  1.  Try your iTunes Store password.
  2. Try your 4 digit unlock code for your device. If you have a more complex unlock code involving characters and such, try that too.
  3. Try 0000 as the password, sometimes the default password is in fact, 0000.
  4. Try 1234 as the password, sometimes the default password is in fact, 1234.
  5. Try 123456 as the password, sometimes the default password is in fact, 123456.
  6. If itunes asks for a password which you think you have never set it can be the apple ID password but all in lower case.
  7. Try 123 as the password, sometimes the default password is in fact, 123.
  8. Tr ddd as the password, sometimes the dafualt password is in fact, ddd.
  9.  Go to the Local Users and Groups in Computer Management
    * The local user "Administrator" is normally disabled 
    * Right-Click and choose "Set Password"
    * Choose a password that you'll remember, or your "Go To" password
    * Verify that it's changed - close out of Computer Management
    * Close iTunes, reopen the program - reconnect the phone and use that password.
  10.  Sometimes, the password can be a really old iTunes password that you set a long time ago but have since changed it. The original password is sometimes your backup password. This may be a bug in iTunes but try it and see if it works.
  11. If you are using a Mac, you can try using the Keychain method. First, open Applications > Utilities > Keychain Access.app. Second, in the search dialog, search for "iPhone Backup." Third, double click on the most recent entry for "iPhone Backup." Fourth, at the bottom of the dialogue box, click "Show password" and type in the administrative password for the computer. This will reveal your iTunes backup password!
  12. Try your Windows Administrator password. This is a common solution. Also, even more common is to try the Windows administrator password that you used when you first set up your computer or when you first set up your iPhone.
  13. If you are using Windows, the only thing left to try will be to change your iTunes password on your actual account to access the iTunes Store. Then on the backup password dialogue, try the old password and the newly set password.
  14. If you have ever jailbraked your phone and changed the root password, that password is the correct one!
  15. Your only option now is to download a cracker (Google Iphone Backup Crack) and let it try to decode your password while trying every possible combination.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Thats gonna be a really short post , but it is what it is...

Two things i've experienced this month , worth mentioning

1) BEEP CODE "Ambulance"
Yes ΅Ambulance΅ , thats the beep-code you'll get when one of your motherboards capacitor is dead.
In my case i was replacing an old mobo aka motherboard and my soldering skills werent enough.
(Yes , i didnt manage to solder a goddamn capacitor correctly at the first time.)
Long story short , Geeky , yet cool Beep Code.
                                    


2) Android Keyboard Flickering (When i was launching it on top of a segment)
Oh god this one. I was struggling , and struggling and whatever. I have nothing more to say , if you ever experience this , just copy the highlighted lines to your Manifest file.


android:launchMode="singleTask"android:windowSoftInputMode="adjustPan|stateHidden">

                             

Monday, January 18, 2016

OBS Settings Guide [Tweaks For Low-Upload Connections] -Best Quality Possible-

First of all, go get your Download & upload values:
www.speedtest.net

Small Introduction:
You substract -250 from the upload value you will get from the speedtest results.
The -250 we took off from our original upload value we will need it for the server/client communication.

DownScale Resolution:
Upload Speed Needed for 1080p: 3mbps-3.5mpbs
Upload Speed Needed for 720p: 1.8mbps-2.5mbps
Upload Speed Nedded for 480p: 0.90mbps-1.20mbps



For ANYTHING lower than 750 upload select 2.00 or higher.
(And stretch the image to make it bigger. I know it will look uglier but thats your best shot)




h264 Encoder Parameters:



opencl=true opencl_device=2 partitions=p8x8,b8x8,i8x8,i4x4 bframes=2 ref=1 me=hex subme=4 mixed-refs=off weightb=off