There are ways to unlock access to MySpace if you have been banned or restricted access to it by simply using language translation tools. There are several language translation tools you can use for this and the best ones are from Google and Wordlingo. Many schools and public computers will block access to MySpace leaving you unable to use the website unless you use a method unlawfully to access it. Learn how to unblock MySpace using language translation tools.
The idea is that these tools serve you a translated page of MySpace, hence duping the network packet filtering and blocking system. Most intelligent translators will be able to tell no translations have been made and the site will appear in English still leaving you with access to MySpace.
Here is how you can use Google translation to access MySpace:
- Go to http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en
- Write http://www.myspace.com to the Translate a web page toolbox
- Set a AnyLanguage to English translation next to the textbox
- Press Translate button
- Login to MySpace and enjoy 🙂
Millions of people use MySpace everyday and they block a lot of people so it is necessary to have a few tricks up your sleeve in order to maintain guaranteed access. Sometimes this method won’t work and if this happens to you then you can also try using a proxy server which is the more traditional way of accessing MySpace from a restricted computer.
You can also try using a translator to switch the HTML pages into WAP-Compatible web pages. This will sometimes also work allowing you to view MySpace on a mobile phone or PDA web browser. Using these translation methods can easily result in distorted pages and very bad viewing of the site but if its that or nothing I’m sure it doesn’t matter how distorted it looks.