AYCD AutoSolve is an alternative to the built-in captcha solver and recap3 harvester. For more information about AutoSolve in general, please see here: https://aycd.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360043730513-What-is-AutoSolve-
Make sure you are on the latest version of Splashforce, as this is required for AutoSolve to function correctly. If you are using AutoSolve, you do not need to use the built-in solver/harvester in Splashforce.
To use AutoSolve, you need both the AYCD Toolbox and a subscription to AutoSolve.
You will still need good Google accounts in order to pass splash, and these Google accounts should be added into the AYCD OneClick tool. For more information on how to use the AYCD OneClick tool in general, please refer to their documentation and consult their Discord support server.
Please note AutoSolve is a third party product and is not endorsed by Splashforce.
You can purchase the toolbox here: https://aycd.io/checkout/product/oneclick
You can purchase AutoSolve here: https://aycd.io/checkout/product/autosolve
Click the "Create" button to create an AutoSolve API key to be used in Splashforce
Enter a name for your key, and click "Submit"
Open Splashforce, go to the Settings tab and tick the AYCD Api checkbox
In the AYCD dashboard, select the API Key you created and click the "Copy" button
Paste the API key into the API key field
In the AYCD dashboard, click the "Copy Access Token" button
Paste the access token into the access token field
Click the "Save" button
Open the AYCD OneClick tool from the AYCD Toolbox
Enable AutoSolve in the AYCD OneClick settings and click "Save". Restart OneClick when prompted
Select the Google accounts you want to use, then click Options > Start AutoSolve > Selected
Select "Normal Solver" and click "Save". Normal Solver will work for V3
Wait until all of the selected accounts show a "Waiting To Solve" status
Create a Yeezy Supply task with the PID FX9999, a specific size (not random), Release Type WAITING_ROOM_NEW, and Recap3 True
Start your Yeezy Supply test task, you should see the status change briefly to "Waiting for recap3 cookie"
At the same time in AYCD OneClick, you should see the status shows "Solving"
When the task successfully obtains a recap3 cookie, it will show "PID not loaded" because we are testing with a fake product PID. If it gets to that status, AutoSolve is working.
Sometimes you may notice that tasks skip the captcha step. This means that Splashforce is not properly connected to AutoSolve. You can tell that this is happening if Yeezy Supply tasks go straight to "Waiting in splash" without first seeing "Waiting for recap3 cookie". On Supreme, assuming Captcha Bypass is False, tasks will go to the "Sleeping for XXXXms" step without first seeing "Waiting for captcha".
To fix this try the following steps:
- Restart AYCD OneClick
- Restart Splashforce
If the issue still persists, try the following steps:
- Generate a new API key in the AutoSolve dashboard
- Enter the new API key in the Splashforce settings
- Click "Save"
- Restart Splashforce
Reverting To Built In Recap3 Harvester
The AYCD AutoSolve integration is new so you should use it at your own risk. If you have enabled it and encounter issues during the drop, you may want to revert to the built-in Splashforce recap3 harvester.
In order to be able to easily revert during a drop, you should make sure that you set up your sessions in the recap3 harvester even if you are intending on using AutoSolve.
If you decide to revert during a drop, go to the Settings tab on Splashforce, untick the AYCD Api checkbox, and click the "Save" button.