iPod touch


We already have updated version of Redsn0w released a couple of weeks ago that allows to get untethered jailbreak iOS 5.0.1 on iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 4G and iPad. Latest versions of Redsn0w tool also allows to preserve the baseband of the iDevice to get unlock latter using Ultrasn0w if desired by the user. This is very important because its getting difficult to support the unlock on newer basebands. Baseband preservation mode is a features that has been traditionally associated with the windows tool called Sn0wbreeze. Which is functionally equals to the Mac exclusive PwnageTool which serves the Read More >


Jailbreaking your iPhone or any other iOS device has numerous advantages such as allowing much more flexibility to install all those awesome Cydia tweaks, much more customized/advanced backups, unlocking your iPhone, more recently installing unofficial Siri (on devices older than iPhone 4S!) and so many others to count here. But on the flip side there is some instability compromise you have to make by installing so many Cydia tweaks and apps, in particular the ones that make low-level changes to the iOS. Furthermore, there are some apps on the Apple App Store that will refuse to run if you have Read More >

All iPhone 4/3GS, iPhone 4 CDMA, iPad1 and iPod Touch users rejoice as wait is finally over and fully untethered jailbreak for most of the current iDevices is released because of the hard work of pod2g that spent countless days to successfully release this solution. pod2g has provided the untethered jailbreak to both iPhone Dev-Team as well Chronic Dev-Team so that a proper untethered jailbreak tool can be released based on this contribution. Thankfully iPhone Dev-Team didn’t take much time to release a major update in the form of Redsn0w 0.9.10b1 which supports untethered jailbreak for the above mentioned iDevices. Read More >


In iOS 5 Apple has managed to fix most of the limitation that were apparent in the iOS 4.x, for example, the Notification Center enhancements including widgets (although they are still not as flexible as on Android), Wi-Fi syncing and some small but very useful features such as camera access from lock-screen and using the vol button as the camera shutter, and dictionary access and many other features. However, one area where it seems to be still somewhat limited is the custom keyboard support. I mean on Android you have a large choice of keyboards such as Android stock keyboard, Read More >


Well some interesting developments are happening all over the place in the context of the Siri port for iPhone 4, iPod Touch 4G these days. Earlier we reported on the progress that developers have made on complete replicating the Siri functionality on iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G including the connecting and authenticating to the Apple servers for the voice commands. Although developers didn’t give any release date for this release. Now a developer named euwars has brought us a method to install the Siri on iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G in a step-by-step guide. Unfortunately, we should let Read More >

iPhone 4S-

Right after the introduction of fancy new Siri feature on the iPhone 4S developers are hard at work to bring this exciting personal virtual assistant to the other iOS users such as iPhone 4, iPad 2. Earlier developers were only able to port the GUI but for the actual voice recognition commands Siri had to connect to the Apple servers but couldn’t do so because of the authentication issues. Also it was speculated that Siri might be using the specific hardware acceleration features of the Apple A5 chip in the iPhone 4S. But this didn’t not turnout to be true Read More >


Finally wait is over and long awaited iOS 5 has been released by the Apple with features such as Wi-Fi Syncing, Notification Center support few hours back and can now be directly downloaded from Apple servers. As we mentioned it in the earlier articles iOS 5 is a major new release and includes a substantial set of new features which includes wireless Syncing, all new Notification Center with the Widget support, iCloud service integration that allows to seamlessly  sync all the photos, calendars, apps and app settings, music from your iPhone to the cloud and PC without your intervention, major Read More >


As we mentioned before that Apple has pushed out an update to iOS 4.3.4 to fix the PDF vulnerability in the iOS 4.3.3. Now iPhone dev-team has released an updated version of the Redsn0w as well! So, if you are on Windows and want to jailbreak your iOS 4.3.4 device say on iPhone, then no need to wait anymore. Here is a quick guide and information about the new Redsn0w 0.9.8b3 for Windows to jailbreak your iDevice (except iPad 2). Please note that this will be tethered JB only for now! Furthermore, if you are relying on a carrier unlock Read More >

DreamBoard 1

There is no denying that WinterBoard is THE most popular theming application available for the jailbroken iDevices namely iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. There are countless themes available through Cydia for the WinterBoard platform. One of the reasons for its immense popularity has to do with the free availability of the app. It took a lot of time for a true competitor theming platform to arrive on the iDevices. Finally it happened a couple a months back when we witnessed the release of the DreamBoard an alternative theming platform for the iDevices which supported deeper hooks in the iOS to Read More >


Wi-Fi Booster seems to be a useful tweak currently available right now through Cydia for iPhone users (or other iDevice users) that uses the Wi-Fi functionality of their devices heavily. Key feature of the Wi-Fi Booster is that it allows to show more Wi-Fi hotspots in the setting when connecting to give user more choice. This is possible because by default Apple puts threshold on the minimum signal strength that should be available for a  specific hotspot so that it can be made visible to the user in the Settings of the iOS. This avoids the the problems when a Read More >

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