Originally Posted by Redz
Is there any way to fix the xtrap problem?
Which particular Xtrap error are you talking about?
Originally Posted by Cydia
Was thrilled to find this, especially since my friend seems to have gotten it to work for himself. However... it doesn't work for me.
I did just as the instructions say, and... got the Encryption error.
Okay, so I repeat from step 1 in case I fubared and... got the Encryption error.
I then noticed that each time I try this, my token changes. I don't know why (I'm not even sure what tokens are) but I think this is the reason I can't do this. It will never match up since when I try to launch LaTale after having made the necessary changes, the token will have changed. Again. I don't know if this is a DSL related problem or something else entirely. :\
I just checked and every time I launch La Tale from OGP's Launcher I get a different token, so that's not unusual. (This is without logging out of OGP's launcher, apparently it's requesting a token every time you click on Launch La Tale and the token server generates a new one.) I can see them disabling previous tokens after you request a new one, so make sure you exit out of everything (and don't re-launch La Tale from OGP's launcher) after you've copied your token from Process Explorer.
Also, make certain you're not missing any of the spaces, double quotes or back apostrophes ( `
) in the line, anything wrong with the formatting will get you an error message.
Finally, make sure you're not missing a digit off your token, it should be exactly
32 characters long. Like below:
You can see this pretty easily in Notepad since it uses a fixed-width font, here's a screenshot showing the same thing (the above's just easier to tell where 10
is thanks to the colors):
BTW, welcome to ggFTW, I remember you from OGP's forums. \o