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[OSX 10.10 Yosemite] Unlock iPhoto and iMovie (new: FINAL CUT X too)

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Unlock iPhoto and iMovieX on Yosemite
NEW: FINAL CUT X 10.1.1 too!

 

 

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It´s pretty simple.   :thumbsup_anim: 

 

iPhoto

 

1 - Left click on iPhoto icon and choose "Show package contents"

 

2 - Open folder contents

 

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3 - Make a copy of these files: version.plist and info.plist

 

4 - Replace these files with those that I have provided (unlock iPhoto.zip)

 

5 - Now try to run iPhoto... OS X will tell that the package/application is damaged, click continue. It will not run. Ok.  :worried_anim:

 

6 - Navigate again to Package Contents / Contents...

 

7 - Restore the original files that you have made a backup in step 3: info.plist and version.plist.

 

8 - Now try to run iPhoto... YEAH. It´s unlocked!!!!  :w00t:   :thumbsup_anim:

 

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Repeat the same steps for iMovie, but use "unlock iMovieX.zip" to unlock the app.  :wink_anim:

 

NEW: Same steps for FINAL CUT X, use "unlock finalcutx.zip".

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Thanks great fix  :P







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