Browsing Archive June, 2014

Did You Jailbreak Your iOS 7.1.1 iPhone Untethered with Pangu?

The early iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak untethered presented by Chinese hackers make people happy and scared at once. Some were eager to run the new jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 iPhone 4 / 4S / 5 / 5S / 5c and others decide to wait until another solution is present by trusted source.

Evad3rs, iH8sn0w and others are silent at the moment. They seem to be working on the new development and at the same time they are good at jailbreaking their personal gadgets only. The public haven’t seen any new public developments from them but everyone is waiting and hoping that iOS 8 jailbreak will follow the official firmware release this fall.

While you have a good opportunity of running jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 with untethered status [meaning you can easily reboot without losing the jailbreak until you install the newer firmware version], we wish to know whether you are eager to take this opportunity or not.

Are you afraid of running the Chinese exploit or will you wait for another jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 iPhone 5 and other smartphone models? Do you trust Pangu from China or not?

How much do you like to stay jailbroken with Cydia store and multiple opportunities of installing different third-party applications, games and hacks?

If you jailbroke at once and didn’t know about one box you had to uncheck, you can fix the problem with having one pirated app store on your smartphone. This is not too difficult as Taig can be removed if you follow the instruction on how to delete PPSync from iPhone jailbroken with Pangu. This doesn’t take much time and you have no problems at all. Cydia will stay on your Home screen.

Besides, as iH8sn0w and MuscleNerd tweeted after Pangu was launched, this program is safe to use as it comes with no spyware / malware.


iOS 7.1.1 Get Updated AppList Jailbreak App

Have you already jailbroken you iPhone 5S, 5c, 5, 4 or 4S with the new untethered Pangu tool? A lot of users have tried using this unexpected Chinese program and are now in search for the updated 7.1.1 jailbreak tweaks. Since there was no jailbreak solutions for a long while and developers didn’t even expect to see any soon releases they only now start to upgrade their applications.

Ryan Petrich is among the first devs to offer upgraded AppList for iOS 7.1.1 firmware. This app should support all 7.1.x releases if any are to follow this summer. You cannot use tweaks created for iOS 7.1 on your 7.1.1 device. Luckily, devs are always quick to present the updates.

New 7.1.1 Jailbreak Tweaks Updated: AppList for iPhone and iPad

Cydia has the repo created and led by Ryan Petrich. He is probably the quickest updater these days. His AppList 7.1.1 update is handy to anyone with the iDevice because this simple tweak that canlist your jailbroken applications for use in other apps.

Once you download any jailbreak tweaks for iOS 7.1.1 platform you have to install them. Here is how to do this with AppList.

Step 1. You need to work with Cydia app.

Step 2. You will see Sources menu where you are able to Edit – Add new sources to.

Step 3. This is the repository you’ll need: – add it.

Step 4. You can now get the AppList for iOS 7.1.1. Isn’t it simple?


Apple Releases iWork Upgrade with New Improvements

Apple has offered iWork improvements to its customers. You can download the improved application and enjoy some new iWork features that cooperate with your iCloud account and options. For example, this program can remember what the last file you edited through iCloud which is useful, handy and makes your work much faster.

iWork upgrade is meant to make iCloud experience simpler and quicker. You will see Keynote once you download the latest version along with Numbers and Pages – everything is included in the iPhone maker’s iCloud suite now along with different enhancements. I hope there won’t be problems with iWork like it was last summer.

iWork update 2014 is perfect if you are working with shared documents and need to edit them under your username. You will get a suggestion on the usernames last used.

New iWork options also offer better and bigger memory in iCloud. For example, this app remembers both your last file launched and settings you adjust for your interface. This could be comfortable for people who work with numbers, zoom and other options and need to open documents with settings saved during previous session.

You can update iWork using iCloud.


Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 Fix: PPSync Remove Guide

A Chinese group of hackers Pangu presented their Pangu jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 devices which is untethered and proved to work for a lot of users with the iPhone 5S, 5c, 5, 4S and 4. There is one little trick though that you can do to make everything work better. You need to remove PPSync from your gadget. We’ll explain what this is and how to delete it.

The new jailbreak is in Chinese and it has some strange checkbox on the same screen where you see the black jailbreak button. As some experts believe, this checkbox can harm you. Besides, if you forget to uncheck it, it will install the store with pirated applications on your iPhone or iPad.

PPSyng remove is advised to users who wish to avoid any bugs and problems. As noted by angelXwind developer, you should not check the box during jailbreak. Otherwise, you will install the PPSync which is similar to AppSync but is in Chinese. If you have checked the weird box following untethered iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak guide, you should take these steps to fix everything.

How to Remove PPSync from a Jailbroken iOS 7.1.1 iDevice

Step 1. Go to Manage tab to add the new repo to Cydia. Select Sources – Edit and click Add to add a the new repository.

Step 2. Download from the jailbreak store and install it on your gadget.

Step 3. You can now open Settings and go to General – Profiles to delete PPStore from your Cydia app store. You will see the 25pp profile. If you don’t have it, don’t worry, continue with this instruction.

Step 4. Uninstall Complete PPSync Remover restores/Library/LaunchDaemons/ and enjoy staying safe and jailbroken on iOS 7.1.1 with Pangu.


iPhone Siri Email Commands: How to Reply and Send Emails

You can use Siri to dictate email from the iPhone. This is simple and really fast when you become the true professional in speaking to Siri and explaining what you need and how you need it to be done. This personal iOS 7 assistant saves much time and is widely used by millions of users who are driving or busy with something else.

Siri email commands are easy to use. The emails can be sent to one person or several people at once. We’ll explain in details how to use Siri to reply to email or compose it from the start. Siri email dictation might look complicated until you try this out and realize how great this service is once you master it.


How to Send Email Using Siri on the iPhone or iPad

Step 1. No matter what you wish to do using your personal assistant on iOS 7 you have to begin by activating Siri app. To do so, click and hold your Home button. This way you activate the program.

Step 2. You need to tell your assistant about your desire. Just say something like “Send an email to mom” or “Email mom” in clear English. You can also ask the program to “Email Nash and George” [mention two or a couple of names or relationships].

Step 3. To simplify and make the process faster you can make the phrase longer asking to “Send an email to mom at home” if there are several email addresses with one contact. If you don’t mention “at home” at once Siri will still ask you which email to use.


Step 4. You have to mention the email subject. Just say “Plans for the evening” or something else.

Step 5. Now you can use Siri to email the text. Dictate what you want it to type. Be as clear as possible.

Step 6. The assistant will ask you to confirm the email text. Make sure everything is correct and click “Send” or pronounce “Yes” to send the message.

You can always “add” something to your letter, change its subject, and change text before confirming it. Siri understands everything pretty good. If you changed your mind about emailing someone just “Cancel” your wish and the assistant will not send it.


New Pangu Jailbreak Launch for iOS 7.1.1 Devices [Instruction]

We haven’t expected to see 7.1.1 jailbreak release so soon. All famous hackers made no promises about it but only demonstrated their jailbroken gadgets. Users couldn’t wait to see the untethered iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak which surfaced in… you won’t believe it, China!

Chinese hackers developed a public tool that can untether your iDevice. Even famous iOS devs tweeted that the new tool is not problematic. Some users have already taken a risk and run the jailbreak getting Cydia on their latest firmware.

Unexpected Jailbreak Release for iOS 7.1.1 in China

The tool is not difficult to use. It should work on two operating system versions: 7.1 and 7.1.x. All smartphones that support the new 7 firmware can be jailbroken. Pangu has a little trick you should know about. It will ask you to change the date on your smartphone during the procedure. Everything else is similar to other exploits.

You are highly advised to do these simple things before beginning to risk and use the jailbreaking tool. You should turn off your passcode option, backup the gadget and update iTunes to the most recent release.
To jailbreak 7.1.1 firmware, you should download Pangu from the hackers’ website here []. This link supports only Windows platform.

Step 1. Take your smartphone and connect it through USB into your PC. Don’t forget about backup.

Step 2. Launch 7.1.1 Pangu jailbreak file. Since you are on Windows computer, user Run as Administrator tool.

Step 3. To begin jailbreaking, pres on the big black button [it is very important to uncheck the box to the left of the black button]. Since this is the Chinese app, some pictures might confuse you.

Step 4. The program needs you to change the Date & Time to June 2 through Settings – General menu.

Step 5. Pangu icon will be on your device. Click on it and the program will finish jailbreaking by installing Cydia store.

If you will have PPSync error you can remove this Pangu bug and enjoy jailbreak.


iOS 7.1.1 Jailbreak Untethered for iPhone 5S by Winocm, i0n1c and GTISC

iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak untethered for iPhone 5S / 5c / 4S / 5 / 4 is not available to public yet though several hackers managed to create programs that can jailbreak this firmware version. Hackers have added videos of their jailbroken smartphones to YouTube and mentioned the happy news via Twitter accounts. Once Winocm and i0n1c have proved that iPhone 5S jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 is possible, the exploit was developed by two followers, Tielei Wang and Yeongjin Jang from GTISC.

The video that lasts for about 4 minutes displays the jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 iPhone 5S in action. Mr. Jang has also shown how he installs a program distantly on his smartphone. The unsigned application works on a jailbroken device.

Unlike jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 untethered from i0n1c, the exploit found by GTISC hackers is tethered. This is still the jailbreak and even though it requires to use a recovery program after each reboot it still can support jailbroken tweaks and apps.

According to Jang, he used the sandbox bypass, root and codesign bypass to jailbreak his iPhone 5S. It is not know whether this hacker used the similar jailbreaking method as i0n1c and winocm, as he gives no explanations of the exact process


Best iOS 7 Hacks for iPhone 5 that Require No Jailbreak

There is no need to jailbreak if you wish to use iOS 7 iPhone hacks. Some features and options are available to everyone and this list of best iPhone hacks can help you get more out of your smartphone. All the tricks are simple and must know about.

Since these are best iOS 7 hacks you need to install this firmware. You are highly advised to use them because once Apple releases iOS 8, users will get new opportunities and new tweaks.

The Best iPhone Hacks with No Jailbreak

The first thing you should use more often is the easier and faster text input option. Just use Siri and it will write what you need and send it in the text message. This simple trick can speed up the process of writing messages. For example, you can launch Siri and ask it in plain English to send someone the text you’ll pronounce. It might not work perfectly from the first attempt but it will get much better with time.

The second iOS 7 hack for the iPhone 5 allows customizing your interface. For example, you can change the text size in applications, add a percentage to your battery icon, make bold letters, play with notifications etc. All the tweaks are available via Settings app. Change your settings and make the interface better.

The third best option that can improve your life is Spotlight Search which allows your handset across programs, mails, songs, contact list, games, and events etc. using specific words. This can save you much time.

There are a lot of others top iOS 7 hacks available to you without jailbreak. All the secrets, tips and tricks are in your firmware itself. You are able to views Safari tabs from your iDevice and desktop [if you are under the same name on all gadgets]. You can also block some people from your contacts list from calling and texting you. You can save money by making FaceTime calls as it is similar to Skype and allows free communication between app members.

Do more with your smartphone and look forward for new hacks that will come together with the official iOS 8 release.


iOS 8 Features: Hidden Settings and Tweaks for UI and Fonts

There are some hidden options in the latest mobile firmware introduced by Apple in June. Developers continue exploring all the new iOS 8 features. They report all the discoveries as soon as they find them. The most recent news promises some interesting iOS 8 hidden settings that let you play with your fonts and also tweak the UI in other ways.

The following iOS 8 tweaks were found by Hamza Sood. This dev assures that the latest OS for iDevices comes with different hidden options. For example, there is a hidden feature in Settings app that users could use to change their font size, color, add highlights etc.

It could be so cool to be able to tweak iOS 8 features without jailbreak as not all people are eager to risk and untethered / tethered jailbreak iOS 8 iPhone or iPad. Cydia store has a lot of different features and tricks we’ll discover later on once the firmware become officially released to public which should happen either in August or September.

As the dev thinks Apple will not allow end users enjoy these settings. This could be the option for iOS developers to use in their apps, games etc.

How can you access the hidden features in iOS 8 if you are a developer? You should allow UIUseAlternateUI preference in your UI kit. If you are not a dev you can adjust your fonts and use other options through SpringBoard Cydia tweak available for jailbroken iPhones and iPads.


iOS 8 Beta 2 What’s New and Direct Download Links

Developers and users who take risks with their iDevices can download iOS 8 beta 2 update now and learn what Apple has offered this time for testing. You have to be registered with Dev Center to use the direct links, however the account and UDID is not necessary if you are going to upgrade via iTunes trick.

iOS 8 Beta 2: What’s New

The iPhone maker has decided to bring some interesting options to its new iOS 8. The firmware offers new widgets, Handoff option, notifications improvement and custom keyboards. The second beta comes with preinstalled Podcasts. Safari got the ability to block advertisements from redirecting users to the store and this browser also gets an updated introduction Private Browsing screen.

It has become easier to list websites in Shared Links, save bookmarks. The company has also changed the color of some icons, added Home Data options to Settings app, offered a feature for marking all messages, simple disable option for all Notifications etc.

ios 8 beta 2 download linksiOS 8 Beta 2 Direct Download Links

You can explore all the updated and new iOS 8 beta 2 features after installing this operating system on your iPhone or iPad. Remember that you need a dev account to use these links.

iOS 8 beta 2 release is available to:

iPad Air – model 1474, 1475, 1476;

iPad mini models 1432, 1454, 1455, 1489, 1490, 1491;

iPad 4 gen versions 1458, 1459, A1460;

iPad 3 gen Wi-Fi model, Wi-Fi and Cellular ATT version and Wi-Fi and Cellular Verizon version;

iPad 2 gen Wi-Fi (Rev A), Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi and 3G (GSM) and Wi-Fi + 3G (CDMA).

iPod touch 5 gen users can update via this link.

iPhone owners can select their device from here:

iPhone 4S

iPhone 5 A1428 and A1429

iPhone 5s A1453, A1533

iPhone 5s A1457, A1518, A1528, A1530

iPhone 5c A1456, A1532

iPhone 5c A1507, A1516, A1526, A1529