iOS 8 release

Author: BigBoss  //  Category: Jailbreak, News

iOS 8 is due to be released sometime today (Wednesday, Sept 17), so jailbreakers should avoid updating until a new jailbreak is released.

If you feel the need to update anyway, remember that it will be a one-way trip to iOS 8, and there might not be a jailbreak available for iOS 8 for a long time. You will not be able to downgrade or restore to iOS 7 after upgrading to iOS 8.

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TwitkaFly (Quick Reply for Twitter) for iOS7

Author: moeseth  //  Category: Apps, Jailbreak, News

TwitkaFly /twit ka fly/ is now ready for iOS7, and has been redesigned from scratch by adapting iOS7 styles. TwitkaFly – Quick Reply for Twitter or Tweetbot is a tweak available on Cydia that allows users to interact with Twitter or Tweetbot push notification mentions from anywhere on the device. This tweak also has numerous [...]

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PhotoAlbums+ for iOS 7 upgrade – password protection and more for iOS Photos app

Author: iRealSMS dev  //  Category: Jailbreak, News

We just released the iOS 7 version of PhotoAlbums+ which enhances the stock Photos app on iPhones/iPod Touchs and iPads. First it allows you to actually move photos between albums instead of just creating copies. Then it adds much needed privacy. With PhotoAlbums+ a private albums tab is added to the Photos app which keeps [...]

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Cydia Evasi0n fix

Author: BigBoss  //  Category: Apps, Jailbreak

For those of you that recently jaibroke and found some errors regarding cydia dependencies such as substrate v0.9551, your issue is caused by bad timestamps on the evasi0n repository payloads. The solution is to clean it out with icleaner:

Use iCleaner to clear out your repo data, and then everything will reload properly. Here’s what you do:
1. install iCleaner (free)
2. Turn off everything in iCleaner
3. Turn on the “Cydia Sources” switch
4. Hit “Clean” on the top right
5. Go back into cydia, tap the changes tab, tap ‘refresh’ at top left, and wait for data to download and reloading data to finish
6. Uninstall iCleaner (optional)

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iOS7: biteSMS is back!

Author: biteSMS  //  Category: Apps, Jailbreak, News

After many many months of hard work and 19 beta releases to ensure stability, biteSMS is back for iOS 7! Check out the main features at our website Give it a try, it’s pretty neat…

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iOS7 7.0.4

Author: BigBoss  //  Category: Jailbreak, News

Now that iOS7 has been jailbroken, it is advised that anyone that ever wants to be on iOS 7.0.4 *ever* gets there very soon. Speculation is that Apple will release an update soon and when that occurs, they will stop signing 7.0.4. Users will have a limited time window to get onto iOS7 and be jailbreakable. Further, reports are that evasi0n only runs on a freshly restored 7.0.4 rather than one a device that got to 7.0.4 via “software update”. So if you have not done so yet, now is the time to backup your device in iTunes, restore it to a fresh 7.0.4, and keep it on ios7.0.4.

For those that have jailbroken, keep in mind that some tweaks may not work. And every tweak needs to be recompiled to work on ARM64 (iphone 5s) so many things installed may simply not show up until updated.

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iOS7 Jailbreak substrate released

Author: BigBoss  //  Category: Jailbreak, News

Mobile substrate (now called cydiasubstrate) has been updated and released for the ios7 jailbreakers. With this, developers can now start compiling and testing their tweaks on arm64 devices such as the iphone 5s. Every tweak will need to at least be recompiled for arm64 support. Something like sbsettings needs a full recompile plus every toggle needs to be recompiled. Several tweaks still aren’t ready. If a tweak does not support arm64 on your 5s type device, it simply wont load or do anything.

Developers wanting to upgrade their tweaks to ios7 can follow this awesome guide. You need a MAC running xcode 4.4 and xcode 5.0.2: http://iphonedevwiki.net/index.php/Updating_extensions_for_iOS_7

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iOS 7 jailbreak released today

Author: BigBoss  //  Category: Jailbreak, News

So an iOS7 jailbreak was released today. However, it was done without working with the community. So almost none of the normal jailbreak material are ready (cydia, mobile substrate, any of the tweaks you want to install). Since none of us developers have had any time with ios7 yet, we are all starting our work now. So it will be a while for everything (anything) to be working.

Also, for Chinese users, the jailbreak app installs something called “Taig” (a chinese appstore?) and you have to make sure to check the “cydia” box during jailbreak installation to get cydia installed.

Supporting the iphone 5s is going to be a larger task for most of us developers. The device runs 64bit arm, so unlike in the past, most tweaks have to be recompiled using a mac.

I strongly suggest that you download the jailbreak but do not install it yet for a couple weeks while developers update things. I suggest that you also do not upgrade your device keeping it at 7.0.4.

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Firewall iP gets beautiful new UI

Author: Yllier  //  Category: Apps, Jailbreak

Firewall iP, the only Firewall for iOS gets a beautiful new UI for its app! Of course it supports retina devices as well as the larger screen of the iPhone 5. Firewall iP is the only security app of its kind and offers many advance features like getting WhoIs-informations about the host. Block outgoing TCP [...]

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6.1.2 out, still jailbreakable

Author: BigBoss  //  Category: Jailbreak, News

Looks like 6.1.2 is out and still jailbreakable with Evasi0n according to planetbeing who tested it on an iphone 5 and ipad mini. Those of you jailbroken cannot directly update so your steps are:

1) Backup device
2) Restore (not update) to latest firmware
3) Activate device, and recover your backup
4) Jailbreak again.

The changes are mainly to fix the exchange bug so if you aren’t impacted by that and don’t want the hassle of updating, feel free to skip 6.1.2 and stay on your existing firmware.

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