There are several reasons you might want to get into Paco El Chato without registering, but let’s take a look at the most common
To get started, you’ll need Xcode, Apple’s free development software. You can download it from Apple’s site here. To get Xcode, you must also agree to Apple’s licensing agreement for iOS developers (unless you already have an active iOS developer account). The version of Xcode required is version 5.1 or newer.
If you’re running OS X Lion 10.7 or later, there is a good chance that your Mac has all of the necessary tools installed. If not, simply go to your Mac App Store and install Xcode in order to continue with these steps. Note: If you do not wish to register as an iOS Developer but still want access to Paco El Chato and other beta apps then you will need to jailbreak your device.
Head over to the iTunes App Store on your Mac computer
Now, install and launch iTunes if you haven’t already. Launch iTunes from your Dock or Launchpad if you have an iOS device attached to your computer (e.g., an iPhone). Once it’s open, click on Store in the top-left corner of your window. In the search bar that appears at the top of your screen, type in paco el chato and hit enter on your keyboard.
You should see a listing for paco el chato appear in a new section called App Store Apps. Click on it to view its details page. You can now either download directly from here by clicking Get or purchase with your Apple ID by clicking Buy App. If you choose to buy with your Apple ID, simply enter your password when prompted and then follow any additional prompts until installation is complete.
Sign in with your Apple ID
If you’re lucky enough to have an Apple ID, you can use it here. Otherwise, head over to iTunes, search for paco el chato primaria and click on one of the many available results—you should now be directed to paco el chato primaria’s official page. Scroll down until you see a Sign in with your Apple ID link.
You don’t need to enter any information other than your email address and password; once you do that, tap Sign In. It may take a few seconds before you see anything new happen on screen; when it does, though, there will be a message at the top of your screen telling you that your account has been successfully linked with paco el chato preparatoria!
Scroll down until you see Paco El Chato
The best thing about registering for a class at a school like Paco El Chato is that you can easily see how many seats are left in a particular class. And, since these schools don’t require students to pre-register, you can find out if there are still seats available on short notice and sign up for it on your lunch break or after work.
But what if you don’t want to register?
How do you get into Paco El Chato without registering?
It’s actually quite easy.
When you arrive at Paco El Chato:
While it might be possible to walk right into a classroom and grab an open seat, doing so will certainly raise some eyebrows—and possibly even get you kicked out of class!
Click on View in iTunes
If you want to download an app from iTunes but don’t want anyone else (your parents, your boss) to know, there’s a way. Click on View in iTunes on your browser and enter a dummy email address and fake password. Once you log in with those bogus credentials, you can navigate freely around iTunes without having it show up on any of your devices. This is also a good trick if you have multiple Apple IDs and don’t want to create another one just for downloading apps or games.
You can also use View in iTunes to access movies that are only available for rent or purchase, as well as TV shows that are still airing. Just click on Rent Movie or Buy Episode once you’re logged into your dummy account, then pick what you want to watch from there. Easy peasy!
Download and install into your iPhone or iPad
In order to get into any public school in Mexico, you don’t need to register—just download and install an application called Niños en la escuela. This app allows users with a government issued ID card to download and access all of their child’s academic records from any location.
Best of all, it doesn’t require a cellular connection or WiFi—just your device and you. The only downside is that it only works for elementary schools, not high schools (where registration is required). But if you have kids going to elementary school, it’s worth a try!