I did apologize in public and stand behind my apology. I will not continue with what seems to be an scape of your frustrations on newbies taken on me. I do believe that the new ones need to read and educate themselves before even thinking about posting, so to an extent, support your cause but not your delivery.
This will be my last post regarding this incident.
In another note...if you are so fed up with the way things are being done here and firmly believe that they will not get better with characters like me being here, then it will be me the one urging you to really think about your future here at XDA. I strongly believe that if someone is to upset that that person needs to insult others, then it may be time to take a breather and quit talking for a bit.
I don't know you and don't plan to even act like I can patronize you or judge you based on two post in the internet so...why don't you try the same.
Have a good day mate and the best for you, your plans and developments in the future.
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I'm not trying to be argumentative, just trying to be constructive. This is a discussion after all.
If even 1% of the people are having the "Nice Try" problem, and you have no idea what is causing it, then just responding with "Read the manual, it's in there" isn't exactly correct, is it? Sure, people can figure out how to get around the bad link, but is that how it should be?
I get that you want people to read the manual, but it seems that the people that are having any trouble aren't having problems with the Hack Tool's functions other than the Pass Key retrieval.
You're software performs the required function excellently (for me) and I thank you for the work that you put into it. I found that the poorly structured manual was unnecessary because the tool works so well. Is making people read it for what could be a one-click solution even necessary? Why not put the donation requests and FAQ in the tool, available only when needed?