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Free unlmited ODD Cramster solutions the easy way

So I got tired of using this method to get complementary solutions on Cramster and decided to fish around in my browser settings on a better solution.  This is what I found on how to get all ODD solutions without having to repeatedly delete your cookies for free!

Note this is for Google Chrome but should work in any browser with similar capabilities.

Step 1: Open your browsers preferences and search for cookies and click on Content Settings
Opening Preferences in Google Chrome

Open content settings.
Step 2: If you haven't yet, clear the Cramster cookies as in my last post.

Step 2a: To do this in Chrome choose All Cookies and Site Data
Open All Cookies and Site Data

Step 2b: Then search for "cramster" and click the X next to the results to remove the cookies.
Remove Cramster cookies if they exist

Step 3: Now that any cramster cookies are removed, go back to content settings and click Manage Exceptions.
Open Manage Exceptions
Step 4: Add the following hostname patterns and set the behavior to block as shown below.

Block cookies

Step 5: Close out of the preferences and refresh Cramster.  Google automatically blocks all the tracking cookies from Cramster so Cramster always thinks you're a new user and gives you free solutions!

Please note: Don't be lazy and copy answers! You only hurt your future self by not learning today what you need to know for tomorrow!  


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