[Tutorial] How to Bypass Mailbox for iPhone’s Waiting Period

mailbox-logo-big

So, lately this new email client (currently only supporting Gmail)  for the iPhone/iPod has been a huge topic for discussion in the tech community. Especially it’s ‘first-come, first-serve’ policy which some people are fine with but it irritates others. And we get that. You want to get your hands on the app too like everyone else is. So, what is this policy? Well, the developers for the app are sensible enough manage their servers properly because they know if they didn’t, they would crash and result in a bad review for the app. So, they limited the number of users allowed to use the app. Now, while we think this is smart and an intelligent way to monitor their users, it is also a ‘bad’ thing for people who want to get their hands on the app as soon as possible – for whatever reason.

Fortunately, there is a simple work-around for people with ‘jailbroken’ devices to get the app working. Let me guide you through the process.

Disclaimer: We are not responsible for any harm to your phone or email account. Also, we cannot assure this method to work when you try to use it as the developers might have just updated the app or their permission protocols.So, try this only if you really want to. 

Thing you need

  1. A jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch
  2. iFile installed from Cydia
  3. The Mailbox app installed on the phone (duh?)

Procedure

  •  Load Mailbox and get a place in line
  • Load iFile
  • Browse to var/mobile/Applications/ and look through all the weird named folders until you find Mailbox. Once you found it go to Mailbox/Library/Preferences/com.orchestra.v2.plist
  • Tap on com.orchestra.v2.plist and open it with the Text Viewer.
  • Scroll towards the end of the document and locate the following lines –

<key>orchestra.mailbox.did.ask.for.push.permission</key>
<true/>
<key>orchestra.velvet.room.allowed</key>
<false/>

  • Tap on Edit (upper left corner) and change the last line from false to true and save the file.
  • Make sure Mailbox for iPhone is not open (close it in the app switcher). Then, open up the app and sign in with Gmail.

#Update : This method no longer works. We’ll updated the post as soon as we find something that works.

We hope this helped. Let us know if it did by leaving a comment below!
For more exciting news regarding the world of technology,check Technologic 101 out on Google+ or on Facebook.

 

[Tutorial] How to bypass The Hardware Virtualisation Error in VMWare Workstation

Voila,We finally we have a way to get rid of the hardware virtualization error in VMware when trying to run any version of OS X. Thanks the CubeZ,we finally have a ‘pathcher’ available.The patches are still a bit ‘buggy’ but they do what they are supposed to do well.We got tons of comments on the blog post here and also on the video itself here about this.So,Simply follow the video and remember to subscribe!

This Patch currently works for the following Versions of VMWare Workstation –

  • VMWare Workstation 7.1.3 (32/64 Bit)
  • VMWare Workstation 7.1.4 (32/64 Bit)
  • VMWare Workstation  8.0.0 (32/64 Bit)
  • VMWare Workstation  8.0.1 (32/64 Bit)
  • VMWare Workstation  8.0.3 (32/64 Bit)
  • And might work for VMWare player also (Worked for me).

So,If you’re using any of the versions listed above and getting the error,use the patch and you’re all set to install OS X.

How To Crack Disk Aid [Bypass Trial Limit] (Only Windows)

Disk aid is a simple tool that lets you manage the contents of your Apple device as if it was just another removable drive plugged into your computer. DiskAid doesn’t require any special drives or difficult configuration at all; Just connect the iPhone or iPod Touch to the PC and you’re good to go.But it has a 14 day Trial Pack.You cannot Use it After 14 days 9 unless you Format for Computer.

Lets Start :

You need 2 Files For this to Work –

1)Disk Aid – http://bit.ly/JM8weo

2) Disk Aid Trial Reset – http://bit.ly/LkNuFq

How to use the downloaded files –

1) Install Disk Aid.

2)Open it,Use it For 14 days.

3)After 14 days Run The Trial Reset.EXE .

4)You’ll Get an error when you open Disk Aid After that But Don’t Worry Exit Out and Again Open Disk Aid.

5)And VOILA Your Trial Limit Will BE BACK TO 14 DAys :)