[Tutorial] How To Install Cydia On A Jailbroken iPhone,iPad or iPod Touch Running iOS 6.

iOS 6 has been out for quite some time now and jailbreak devs are working really hard to make a user-friendly jailbreak for the masses.But until then there is a work around one can use to install Cydia on A4 devices.

Before you proceed,please note that your A4 device is already jailbroken with Redsn0w.You can read about the procedure here before you try it out.

Guide for people using a Mac

Step 1: On your iOS device, go to Settings >Wi-Fi > and click the arrow next to your connected Wi-Fi router. Find your IP address for your Wi-Fi connection. In my example, my IP is 192.168.1.100

Step 2: On a computer connected to the same Wi-Fi network, open the Terminal app.

Step 3: In terminal type: ssh root@192.168.1.100 (be sure to change the IP address to match your iOS device’s IP)

Step 4: After a few seconds, it should connect, and prompt you for your iOS device’s password. The password is alpine

Step 5: Once connected, paste the following into the terminal:

wget -q -O /tmp/cyinstall.sh http://downloads.kr1sis.net/cyinstall.sh && chmod 755 /tmp/cyinstall.sh && /tmp/cyinstall.sh

Step 6: After a minute or so of scrolling prompts, your iOS device should reboot, and Cydia will be installed. If you get any permission errors on the terminal, just ignore them.

Guide for people using Windows

Step 1 :Download putty

Step 2 : You need to be connected to a WiFi network. Go To Settings > WiFi > Tap the blue arrow next to your WiFi network and see your IP address.

Step 3 : Open putty in your computer (your computer and iDevice should be connected to the same wifi network) and enter your IP address as the username.

Step 4 : Putty will ask if you want to connect. Type ‘yes’ and it’ll ask for a password. Type alpine.

Step 5 : Type

wget -q -O /tmp/cyinstall.sh http://downloads.kr1sis.net/cyinstall.sh && chmod 755 /tmp/cyinstall.sh && /tmp/cyinstall.sh

Step  : That’s it.Enjoy Cydia on your iOS 6 running device.

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[Direct Links] iOS 6 Released For iPhone,iPad And iPod Touch

It’s 19th September and it’s finally time for Apple’s new iOS release.It’s finally out there for the public.We guys have had it for 3 months now though.Anywho,all you non-developers can finally get hands on it.This post wont really deal with the features in the new version,for that please check out http://www.apple.com/ios/

This is just an article to break the news to the public and provide alternate download links,cause,apple’s servers are surely going to be full of people downloading iOS6.For the people who’re already using the Gold master for iOS6 can use OTA update to get hands on the latest and greatest apple has to offer.

Here’s are the downloads for all the supported devices –

#Update1 – If you’re really desperate to get to the final build and are stuck on a beta or the GM then,just downgrade to iOS5 while you still can and do an OTA,it’ll be much quicker.

[News] Apple Sends Out Invites For Special iPhone Media Event On September 12th

It’s confirmed.The iPhone 5 (refer to the image above) will take place on the 12th of September.Apple’s done it again.Just a few hours after the huge UDID leak via a FBI computer,Apple’s diverted all attention towards the iPhone 5 event.

Now,there have been loads of leaks in the last 2 months about what one is expecting from the new iPhone (iPhone 5).Here’s a mockup that sums it all.

 

 

 

Nothing is confirmed yet about what all will be changed and what all wont.Some rumors that we think look promising include,a bigger screen (1136×640 with an aspect ratio of 16:9),a smaller dock connector and the headphone jack being put near the dock connector.Other rumors include,a new type of earphones,A6 processor,2Gigs of ram.

Along with the iPhone 5,it is rumored that Apple is going to announce a 7 inch iPad mini to compete with the insanely cheap Nexus 7 and the Kinde Fire 2 (Coming Soon!).

That’s about it.We’ll keep you posted regarding the iPhone 5 and the supposed iPad mini.

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[Tutorial] How To Enable Android-Style Auto-Correction Keyboard On An iDevice

 

Ever seen the Android keyboard corrections list? As in the little list of words which appears above the keyboard when typing something? Well apparently Apple likes this idea, and has built it into their firmware files, but it’s not enabled to the public yet. There are many possible reasons for this; maybe it’s buggy, or it may be due to possible copyright seeing as it’s almost exactly the same as the one that Android uses. But if you feel as though you want to enable this (it’s pretty cool to use), then you can follow this guide to enable it on your iDevice (written guide after the break):

How to enable using iFile or via SSH (Jailbreak required):

Step 1: Connect to your device via SSH or open up iFile.

Step 2: Browse to the folder /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/ and open up the file com.apple.keyboard.plist. If you’re using iFile make sure to open it up in the Text Viewer. SSH users may need to copy the file to their PC before editing.

Step 3: Underneath the only entry in the file, you need to add the following entry:

<key>KeyboardAutocorrectionLists</key>
<string>YES</string>

Step 4: Now make sure to save the file, overwriting the original, then just close iFile or your SSH connection.

Step 5: Now just respring or restart your device and you’re good to go! The list should appear above the keyboard in all applications!

Note: Please note that this method isn’t as “permanent” as with the backup option, and that restoring your device will remove the keyboard.

How to enable using iBackupBot (No Jailbreak required):

Step 1: Download iBackupBot for PC or Mac.

Step 2: Backup your iDevice in iTunes and then open up iBackupBot after having done so.

Step 3: Click on your latest backup folder in the left hand column, and then on the right side, search down the list for the file marked Library/Preferences/com.apple.keyboard.plist.

Step 4: Double click it to open it up and underneath the only entry, you want to add the following entry:

<key>KeyboardAutocorrectionLists</key>
<string>YES</string>

Step 5: Make sure to save the file and then close the editor.

Step 6: Now, on the top bar, look for the icon showing a blue arrow pointing into an iPhone. Click it to restore the backup to your device. Hover over the button to check you have the correct one.

Step 7: Now just wait for your device to restart and you’re good to go! The list should appear above the keyboard in all applications!

Note: Please note that this method adds it into your backup files, so you’ll have to manually remove it from your backup files to remove the list. Restoring won’t necessarily remove it, unless you don’t restore from backup.

[via Soul Dev Team]

[News] Rockstar Games announce Grand Theft Auto 5 : Watch official Trailer NOW

THE TRAILER IS OUT.WATCH IT NOW USING THE LINK BELOW.

http://www.rockstargames.com/videos/embed/8001

It revealed that the game is set in the fictional city, Vinewood.It will be really awesome.We can’t wait and I know you can’t.Stay tuned for more.Currently there is no news about the Consoles on which the game will be released.We’re all waiting for an announcement from Rockstar Games !

PEACE !


[TUTORIAL] How to Jailbreak iPod,iPad, and iPhone on iOS 4.3.x and iOS 5 with Redsn0w 0.9.9b1

Redsn0w, one of the best jailbreaking tools in the scene was today updated to version Just and has some great changes in it which were very much required.
In the latest version, the IPSW files are no longer required except for the iOS 5 Betas as these are not available to the public at the moment (except to Developers).

Here’s the full changelog :

Changelog : 

Uses DFU mode to try to automatically determine which device and FW you have

Fetches pieces of public IPSWs from Apple (once).

Non-public IPSWs must be provided manually (once). It then caches those pieces for future use.

“Just boot” is a tethered boot.

Uses whatever “Preferences” you’ve set for boot logo and kernel boot-args

“Pwned DFU” puts your device in a pwned DFU state for some of the iTunes stuff detailed below “Recovery fix” gets past 1015 types of errors (when baseband portion of restore fails). Should work on iOS5 beta too

“Select IPSW” is for picking non-public IPSWs, or overriding auto-detection “SHSH blobs” has a bunch of options…

“Fetch” – fetch current PARTIAL blobs on device. Should complete in under 10 or 15 seconds. Puts the set of PARTIAL of blobs on your computer as a plist.

Checks if Cydia already has a full set for this device and build. If not, it submits this PARTIAL set and returns Cydia’s acknowledgement or rejection

“Verify” – cryptographically verifies existing blob files from either redsn0w, TinyUmbrella, or Cydia server.

You can select a whole bunch of blobs to verify at once if you want (like the TinyUmbrella directory) “Submit” – both verifies and submits one or more blob files to Cydia. This lets you copy your entire TinyUmbrella cache of blobs up to the Cydia server

“Query” – queries the Cydia server for all available FULL or PARTIAL blobs for a given set of ECIDs “Stitch” – stitches either FULL or PARTIAL blobs to a STOCK or CUSTOM IPSW

Other updates : 

1. FULL blobs stitched to a STOCK IPSW gives you a completely self-contained signed IPSW that iTunes will accept without any tricks (no need to go into pwned DFU mode, no need to start TinyUmbrella TSS server, no need to redirect to Cydia server for blobs)

2. PARTIAL blobs stitched to any IPSW requires you to go into pwned DFU mode before running iTunes. No need to start TU or use Cydia though.

3. stitching either FULL or PARTIAL blobs to a CUSTOM IPSW also requires a pwned DFU start before iTunes restores. No need to start TU or use Cydia though.

4. stitching is NOT yet supported on iPhones (well, at least not tested). Need to work out the baseband part of the restore process.

5. will eventually support fetching the blobs directly from Cydia instead of a file on your computer

Just Follow the instructions Properly and You’ll be Fine =D

Steps (for Mac and PC users):

1. Download Redsn0w from the download section below and run it.

If you’re on Windows Vista or Windows 7 then you should right click Redsn0w and set compatibility to Windows XP (Service Pack 2) and then run it as the Administrator.

2. Hit Jailbreak and enter DFU mode by following these steps:

a. Hold down the power button for 3 seconds
b. Continue holding the power button and start holding the home button and continue HOLDING BOTH for 10 seconds
c. Let go of power and continue holding home button for 20 seconds (even after it skips to the next screen! YOU MUST COUNT TO 20 ON YOUR OWN)

3. Select install Cydia and any other options you want – however, don’t select “Install custom bundles”

4. Wait for it to finish and reboot.

5. Power off your iDevice while its plugged in and then open Redsn0w again

6. Hit “Extras” and then select “Just boot” and enter DFU mode by following the instructions in step 2.

You are now Jailbroken on iOS 4.3.5 so ENJOY =D

NOTE: you WILL need to follow steps 4 and 5 every time you need to reboot your iDevice!

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