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Can you mod cars into online?



  • I was wondering of you can mod the cars off this website into GTA 5 Online without getting banned. I thought you might be able if you replace only the textures for the car since its only altering appearance.


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    @Premohs I don't believe it matters what you mod. It will still get you banned if you use mods online.



  • @nathanjamesddg151 ok thank you


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    @Premohs well, except reshades as they don't change game files.



  • That's not entirely true @nathanjamesddg151. While I have not tried this, it has been achieved by other friends. Haven't received a single bad, and never will. There's a method. I may make a topic on it, once I ask my friends how they managed to do it.

    Basically, they bypass the detection of mods of any sort on their game. Doing this, they are able to use mods without any problem. Similarly (I HATE and DO NOT CONDONE, as noobs gained millions from nothing and I, who earned my millions fairly, have less than them), it has been achieved by some people with UNDETECTABLE Online Trainers. It's in the name. Undetectable. Undetectable because it bypasses the RGSC detection system until R* update the mod tracker and people are once again baneable.

    Again, I may make a tutorial on this. Now that I think about it, though, I might not because it will entice people to use it in the wrong way, and I don't want the risk of that happening.

    Conclusion: It's very possible if you can find a way to bypass detection. But, the problem is trying to find how to bypass it without risk. And for that, you need to know what you're doing.

    Hope this helps.
    Thanks again for reading,
    Hyper.


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    @Hyper-Droid But not a 100% guarantee. Any fool can figure out how to break the rules, it's not getting caught that takes skill. Still, if you don't want to get banned then don't use mods online. It's as simple as that.


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    @Hyper-Droid Not to mention that @Premohs wanted car mods, not millions of dollars or anything like that, and yes, there is a way, but not a 100% safe way. Online modding is a lot like birth control; the only way to guarantee that nothing unwanted will happen is to not do it in the first place.



  • @nathanjamesddg151 Yeah, about that. I couldn't answer earlier.

    Firstly, when did I say he was going to spawn money over people or any of that stuff? I said that I wanted to make clear that if I was to make a tutorial on how to bypass the RGSC Detection System, I would probably find myself giving away information to the wrong types of people who will use it in an illegal and quite frankly negative way, which makes me think twice about telling others how to bypass it.

    Secondly, it IS 100%, as long as you do it RIGHT. It's not dodging a bullet that's being fired straight at you. in the right areas and it so happens I did several courses (alongside some of my friends and colleagues) in these areas. So, again, while I have not, and will not play GTA Online with mods (because I like to play both stock and modded GTA V from time to time), I will stress that if you know what you're doing, it can be done. Now, from what I can see here, none of you two, with all do respect, seem to know a "little" on telecommunications, web development, scripting, and/or hacking. This is why you would be looking for trouble if you were to attempt such a process.

    I do not understand why you would feel the need to make two posts (one after the other) just to stress how risky it is. It of course is risky, and reading between the lines in my previous comment, it's pretty obvious that it is not recommended to those who have little to no clue in the previously mentioned areas.

    I repeat, if it still isn't clear enough:

    IT'S NOT RECOMMENDED IF YOU HAVE LITTLE TO NO CLUE ABOUT WHAT YOU'RE DOING.

    Thanks again,
    Hyper.


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