Weward is a mobile app that basically pay-you if you walk; offer also a price exchange and lots of offers inside the app.
The first time I opened it, I see at glance that I can hack it… and of course you can do it by yourself, very quick and easily. Let’s see how.
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Very often a lots of iOS applications use your gps position to retrieve data or to lock / unlock contents positions based.
With Android you can use lots of apps called Fake GPS or similar that allow you to change your real gps position with a mocked one.
On Android development side this can be blocked checking via code the:
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Today I want to share a simple way to retrieve user data from a native iOS cache image, automatically generated when your app goes in background.
You can retrieve this kind of informations if your phone was lost or Jailbreaked or connecting it to your pc and open an old backup. You can use tools like iBackup Viewer and more…
Let’s see how it works!
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I have bought a new weight scale that works with or without a smartphone.
There is a proprietary app, called Laica Body Touch.
Problem with this app are:
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Why this guide?
My need was to control the robot asking simple commands through Google Home and Alexa like: “Alexa, clean the bathroom“.
With my robot, this was not possible. With the app, you can configure the zones but you can’t simply ask for cleaning only one zone, two times, for instance, all in automatic.
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