TroubleshootingIf theScore ever fixes this, you can get the app version I used here:
On the first page, tap "Get Started", as shown below.
On the "Favorite Sports" page, click any item and click NEXT.
On the "Follow Teams" page, click any item and click NEXT.
On the "Notifications" page, click None, as shown below.
A "Create Account" page appears, as shown below.
Click "Sign up with email".
On the next page, create an account with your name in the email address, as shown below. Don't use the literal text "YORNAME", use some version of your own name instead.
Use a password of P@ssw0rd
Execute these commands, changing the path in the first command to your correct SDK path.
Note: To find your SDK path, open Android Studio and click Tools, Android, "SDK Manager".
Here are common examples of SDK paths:
NOTE: If you are using Windows, remove the "./" before "adb".
Note that the last character is a lower case L, not the numeral one.
./adb devices -l
You should see a device listed, as shown below.
You get a different prompt, ending in #, as shown below.
Execute these commands to locate the theScore local storage directory:
The local storage directory is /data/data/com.fivemobile.thescore, as shown below.
ls | grep core
Execute this command to find your password stored locally:
The response says it's stored in a binary file, but doesn't print the binary file contents, as shown below.
grep ssw0 -r com.fivemobile.thescore
Execute this command to see the stored binary content (which has a chance of freezing your terminal, but works in this case):
grep ssw0 -ar com.fivemobile.thescore
Capture a full-screen image.
YOU MUST SUBMIT A FULL-SCREEN IMAGE FOR FULL CREDIT!
Save the image with the filename "YOUR NAME Proj 11", replacing "YOUR NAME" with your real name.
This command freezes up before traversing the entire filesystem, but it runs long enough to find several more copies of your password, as shown below.
grep ssw0 -ar /