Avoiding AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) Warnings?

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Post by Haeleigh on Sun 15 Jul 2018, 06:03

Help Hey there! I currently have Sims 3 (all expansions) and Sims 4 (all expansions) pirated on my computer, as well as a few other small games you guys have released. I run the Sims games through ZlOrigin/ZClient, and I was wondering if using the games through ZlOrigin/ZClient would trigger an AUP warning? My service provider is Cox (I live in the United States). I already have the torrents downloaded, all the files are on my computer. I’m just wondering if by using the client I have a possibility of getting an AUP warning. I’ve been playing the Sims games for months now, maybe almost a year. I’m getting kind of nervous that I’ll get a warning soon. Help! (Maybe I’m just being paranoid, idk)

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Re: Avoiding AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) Warnings?

Post by Tarac on Sun 15 Jul 2018, 09:23

I don't think that ZLOrigin or Zclient are on the "blacklist" as yet.
You can avoid any suspicion for The Sims 4 by adding the latest cracked folder Game to your ZLOrigin Game and call it f.e. Game_cracked.
Via Game_cracked\Bin\TS4 or TS4_x64.exe you can then play The Sims 4 off-line, so no internet required.

You can still use the original folder Game\Bin to play and/or update your game via ZLOrigin.
When you see an error telling you to update your game via Origin, just copy the file Game\Bin\Default.ini to your folder Game_cracked\Bin\
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Re: Avoiding AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) Warnings?

Post by The_gh0stm4n on Sun 15 Jul 2018, 14:59

@Haeleigh wrote:Help Hey there! I currently have Sims 3 (all expansions) and Sims 4 (all expansions) pirated on my computer, as well as a few other small games you guys have released. I run the Sims games through ZlOrigin/ZClient, and I was wondering if using the games through ZlOrigin/ZClient would trigger an AUP warning? My service provider is Cox (I live in the United States). I already have the torrents downloaded, all the files are on my computer. I’m just wondering if by using the client I have a possibility of getting an AUP warning. I’ve been playing the Sims games for months now, maybe almost a year. I’m getting kind of nervous that I’ll get a warning soon. Help! (Maybe I’m just being paranoid, idk)


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Topic moved to the right section. Some people messaged us alleging they got these ISP warnings after using "direct links". After I asked them to clarify which download exactly they used and/or what exactly these ISP warnings said, I did not get any reply; note that I asked about a dozen people or so. I suspect some of them are trolls, while others may just be confused about what exactly a "direct (download) link" is. 

As it stands, I can't confirm any of these "allegations". Therefore you should be fine with using ZLOrigin or direct download links such as MEGA, GoogleDrive, MediaFire, etc.

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Re: Avoiding AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) Warnings?

Post by Haeleigh on Mon 16 Jul 2018, 08:23

@Tarac
Can I do this with the Sims 3 as well? If so, how? Sorry, I’m kind of a noob with all of the computer stuff. That’s why I install the games using ZlOrigin and ZClient rather than manually doing it.

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Re: Avoiding AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) Warnings?

Post by Tarac on Mon 16 Jul 2018, 10:03

@Haeleigh wrote:@Tarac
Can I do this with the Sims 3 as well? If so, how? Sorry, I’m kind of a noob with all of the computer stuff. That’s why I install the games using ZlOrigin and ZClient rather than manually doing it.
Not yet as I haven't found a suitable crack for this version of ZLOrigin.
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