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About this app

This app automatically finds the best solution for CP2077's Breach Protocol minigame. Take a picture of the matrix and sequences, input your buffer size and it should calculate the most rewarding path you can take. More detailed instructions can be found in the Steam Guide:

In case you're curious, here's all the permissions the app needs, along with why it needs them:

Read the contents of your USB storage/Modify or delete the contents of your USB storage - When you take a picture of the minigame screen, the app saves it as a temporary file and then parses that file using an OCR library. After the image is parsed, it's deleted from the device to prevent it from taking unnecessary space.

Network related permissions: The app downloads the "Rajdhani" font from Google Fonts, to more closely match Cyberpunk 2077's UI. You should be able to run the app without connecting to the Internet, but it won't look as pretty!

Prevent device from sleeping: The app uses the camera, blocking the device from sleeping while it is active.
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May 2, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

969 reviews
Sanguinem Luna
January 13, 2021
Found the app through Nexus Mods and I absolutely love it. A must have for Netrunners! Only feedback I have is to add a "crosshair" similar to ones you see in QR scanners. Something to help you line up & get the correct size for scanning matrixes and sequences. A few times now I've gotten an "incorrect size" error despite a successful scan seemingly being the same "size"/position that I just tried scanning. Other than that, it's a fantastic app & will be a mainstay for the foreseeable future.
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Nicolás Siplis
January 13, 2021
Thanks for the feedback and kind review! A crosshair is something that I have in mind for the next major feature: single picture scans.
Noah Skayp
January 11, 2021
I found out about this app via Reddit. First off, thank you for making this, I've enjoyed using it! I've been able to use the app successfully a few times, but my initial tries on an older TV display didn't take for whatever reason. I only wish there was a way for the app to notify you if there are quality issues with the image I took, or, as other users have stated, a manual input option. I also appreciate the app does not require insane permissions and has been stable overall. Thanks again.
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Nicolás Siplis
January 11, 2021
Hi! The new version includes matrix customization, so you can now change any value that the app might have parsed incorrectly. It might help if you were having parsing errors!
Pete Jopson
January 16, 2021
Since the last update I've been unable to correctly scan the sequences. Attempting from the same distance I have always scanned, the app can't parse a thing. Inching back away from the screen, the app will eventually parse some values, however at this point the image is taken from so far back, the returned parsed sequence has no resemblance to what is in game. With no way to manually input a sequence, the app simply doesn't work for me. It's a shame as it had been a handy little app until now.
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Nicolás Siplis
February 5, 2021
Have you tried downloading the latest version? Remember that you should now take a picture of the entire screen, including both the matrix and sequences! After you do that, you should be able to re-scan either of them if something went wrong. Manual sequence input has been added as well.