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I have an app it's a chatroom app
I have a question,the admin is on a console banning peoples UUID IP and IMEI , QUESTION: is it possible that you guys could decompile the apk and delete some compiled files that actually connects to admin and device ID, can any of you guys delete those "remote banning files" so that admin cannot pick me up and/or can't ban or find my device ID, the reason is because admin is kind of ****ty:sly:, he bans people for **** so if any of you guys could help that'd be great, PM me and I'll give you the app that i have to upload to dropbox or I'll paste it down below later, thanks in advance:thumbup:

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Hi
I have an app it's a chatroom app
I have a question,the admin is on a console banning peoples UUID IP and IMEI , QUESTION: is it possible that you guys could decompile the apk and delete some compiled files that actually connects to admin and device ID, can any of you guys delete those "remote banning files" so that admin cannot pick me up and/or can't ban or find my device ID, the reason is because admin is kind of ****ty:sly:, he bans people for **** so if any of you guys could help that'd be great, PM me and I'll give you the app that i have to upload to dropbox or I'll paste it down below later, thanks in advance:thumbup:

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I don't think that this would be possible. The server probably wouldn't let you log in if it couldn't verify your device ID. It is probably not a good idea to ask about doing something like this anyway, because in many places it would be considered an illegal activity, since you would be using a service after being refused permission by the owners. It would most likely be similar to using somebody's wifi link with out their permission.
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