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Thread: Deus Ex: The Fall Doesn't Allow Users with Jailbroken Devices to Fire Any Weapons

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    Isn't jail breaking a legal practice? ******Bag move by Deus Ex!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheon View Post
    ** Please be aware, the Deus Ex: The Fall play experience is currently restricted on jail broken devices. Do not purchase if you have voided your warranty and have Jail broken your device.
    Just for the record, jailbreaking in and over it self does not void the warranty, confirmed by random 3 Apple store employees that I asked while waiting in an Apple store as I read this article. I also had no trouble making warranty claims on jailbroken devices before, either my own or on behalf of clients, as long as it's something well covered by the warranty, especially hardware/manufacturing related problems. Never had a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesgunaca View Post
    I believe there is already a patch for this. Not hard to bypass.

    Dues Ex developers are in their right to do this, they are just stupid to think it will deter anything. Although, it makes for some nice free PR!
    This is why programs like xCon were created.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigboyz View Post
    HAHA! Funny to me. They have done the same thing at my job. Anyone trying to get onto the corporate network on a JB device is unable. Part of a new policy they are pushing. They don't want anything questionable or malicious accessing the network. This may be the norm moving forward..lets hope not.
    And how exactly would a wireless access-point/router be able to know if a connecting device is jail-broken/rooted? Also, what's to stop someone from using such a device via an ad-hoc wifi network on a laptop (or wifi card or usb dongle in a desktop) that's connected via a wired link?

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    In the UK the Sky Go App and Barclays Pingit App won't work on jailbroken devices.
    I guess Sky do this to stop people who don't have a subscription, getting access to their service by some under hand methods.
    Barclays doing it is fair enough, someone on a jailbroken device my be able to 'spoof' the App into making fraudulent payments?

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    gust i won't B buying that game...

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    Quote Originally Posted by exNavy View Post
    Class action law suit time. Or just boycott them. I think they are just going for press to get free attention.
    That is the most stupidest thing I've heard. That way everyone who bought the game will get .50 off the purchase of their next Dues game and the lawyers make all the money.

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    Also pirating is not limited to jailbreak since last year. You can resign or use some chinese BS service to get cracked apps with no jailbreak at all
    This is stupid if they think all JBers are pirates

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    Anybody tried this with Xcon?

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    Square Enix apologises

    We have not been clear in our communication earlier this week when we launched Deus Ex: The Fall. We did not state clearly that the game would not support jailbroken devices and so we will be switching this off via an update, so that all the supported iOS devices will be able to play the game in the near future.

    We feel its the right thing to do in this situation and apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused. No customer should be out of pocket when we were not clear from the start, so well get the game updated as soon as possible so that everyone who wants to play Deus Ex: The Fall can do regardless of whether their device is jailbroken or not. As soon as this update is live we will communicate this via the Eidos Montreal Community channels
    Last edited by dsg; 2013-07-13 at 01:08 AM.
    privacy isn't about having something to hide, another view here

    look here all grammar police, indulge me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csglinux View Post
    Anybody tried this with Xcon?
    works perfectly.....

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