Clearing up some common confusions: The username dilemma
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For all of that feedback, praising and scolding both, for helping us improve the way we do things around our website and showing us how to deliver even better content for you guys, you have our sincerest thanks. On behalf of the GameBag team, thank you guys, it means a lot to us!
Now for the matter that we wanted to address.
It has been brought to our attention that some of you are having problems. Apparently, there are some users that are confused with the way our hack tools are supposed to be used.
We write instructions for all of those tools in order to help you understand what needs to be done. All of our resource generators have their instructions and we do our best to make it as clear as possible what you are supposed to do once you get to the generator page.
Despite the effort, some users still get confused with certain things. This is of course, our mistake and your confusion is completely justified. We apologize for the inconvenience and would like to use this opportunity to address the issue.
Apparently, the most common issue that our users face when trying to hack the games is the “username issue“.
We always say that we will need the username and the operating system information. What we mean by that is that our hack tool is going to need your ID in order to be able to deliver the hacks resources to your account and not to someone else.
So, what is this username?
In order to avoid using too much different terms every time we write an article and tutorial, we refer to it simply as a username.
This username can in fact be a couple of things. But depending on how to game works, username can be either your Google play/App Store/iTunes ID/username.
Android users trying to hack a game, if the hack asked for the username, it may refer to a couple things.
- If a game uses your Google play ID to identify you, then you can use that ID or an email.
- For games that requires of you to create a specific account in order to play use the email associated with the account.
- In some cases you will even be able to use the exact username that you’re using in game. However, this method will only work with some games and it is generally better to stick to your Google play ID.
However, keep in mind that even if you use an invalid username, our generators will still accept it. Our tools do not actually have the ability to scan the player list. They will always take the info for granted.
They only send information for the game servers. This information contains false positive code that tells it that your account should have “that much” resources and certain privileges when it actually shouldn’t.
The process is exactly the same for iOS and Windows phone users.
Hope this clears some things up
We hope you find this information useful and that this clears some things up.
Hopefully, after this you will have a better understanding of how things work around here.
Just like up until now, you should continue commenting on our posts. Tell us if everything is okay or if something is confusing you. This way, you help us help you. Things that we consider trivial might pose a problem for someone else so let us know how you feel.
Until next time, GameBag team out!