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Friday, October 10, 2014

How to: Fix SMS-Out and Internet (Edge/3G) on Sprint iPhone

How to: Fix SMS-Out and Internet (Edge/3G) on Sprint iPhone

  • I have tested this method on Sprint iPhone 5 iOS 7.1.1 (Unlocked with R-SIM 9 Pro)
  • This method will work on iPhone 4/4S/5/5C/5S with iOS 6/7/7.0.x/7.1/7.1.1.
  • We don't take any responsibility if anything happens to your device.

What you will need:

  1. A Jailbroken iPhone.
  2. A Working Internet Connection.
  3. Some basic knowledge about iPhone.

Getting it done:

Step #1:

Slide to unlock your iPhone and Launch Cydia.

Step #2:

Search and install iFile.

Search and install iFile

Step #3:

Now launch iFile and go to the root directory, and then go to /System/Library/Carrier Bundles/iPhone

iFile and Carrier Bundles

Step #4:

Find "Sprint_LTE_US.bundle" and rename it to "Sprint_LTE_US_OLD.bundle" or anything you like.

Sprint Carrier Bundle

Step #5:

Find "Carrier Lab.bundle" and rename it to "Sprint_LTE_US.bundle".

Rename Carrier Lab

Reboot your iPhone and you will have working SMS-Out and Internet (Edge/3G) on your iPhone.

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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Tweet from Jay Freeman (saurik) (@saurik)

Jay Freeman (saurik) (@saurik)
Cydia Installer 1.1.11 fixes a number (almost all, really) of the bugs users reported so far in 1.1.10 (including the statusbar text color).

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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Bypass Activation Lock without a password

bypass Activation Lock without a password

Deleting an iCloud account or restoring a device requires Find My iPhone to be disabled. Find My iPhone, in turn, requires the user to enter the password for the Apple ID attached to the iCloud account. This system ensures that phone thieves can't remove the account and avoid being tracked through the Find My iPhone website.

Unfortunately, there's a pretty easy way to bypass this requirement, as demonstrated in the video above. To do so, you first need to tap both "delete account" and the switch to disable Find My iPhone at the same time in the iCloud settings panel. That's actually the hardest part of the entire process. When prompted for a password, hold down the power button and shut down the phone.

When you restart the phone, you'll be able to go into the iCloud settings panel and remove the account without being prompted for your password. After that you can plug the phone into iTunes and restore it with no problem. Not only that, but because Activation Lock requires Find My iPhone to be enabled, that feature won't kick in after the phone is restored.

In short, whoever has your phone has just bypassed ever possible method you had at your disposal to locate it again. The good news? Putting a passcode on your phone (especially with a short timer) prevents anyone from getting into the iCloud settings at all.

Thanks for the tip, Miguel!


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Saturday, April 5, 2014

Untethering iOS 7.1 Jailbreak

pod2g (@pod2g)
In a few I will have the "Please jailbreak iOS 7.1" sentence in every single language in the world. Thanks everyone for that! :)

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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Leaked iOS 8 Screenshots Reveal New Preview, TextEdit, Healthbook Apps? [Images]

Leaked iOS 8 Screenshots Reveal New Preview, TextEdit, Healthbook Apps? [Images]

Leaked screenshots allegedly of iOS 8 reveal new Preview, TextEdit, and Healthbook apps.

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Microsoft Has Full Versions of Office for iPad, iPhone Just Waiting to be Released

Microsoft Has Full Versions of Office for iPad, iPhone Just Waiting to be Released

Microsoft has full versions of Office for iPad and iPhone just waiting for the company's new CEO to pull the trigger.

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Screenshots of WhatsApp's New VoIP Calling Feature

Screenshots of WhatsApp's New VoIP Calling Feature

Screenshots allegedly of WhatApp's new VoIP calling feature have leaked online.

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Geohot Wins $150,000 for Finding ChromeOS Exploits

Geohot Wins $150,000 for Finding ChromeOS Exploits

Geohot, the famed jailbreak hacker, has demonstrated his skills once again winning a $150,000 bounty from Google for exposing a persistent code execution vulnerability in ChromeOS.

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Saturday, March 1, 2014

latest iOS 7.0.6 and iOS 6.1.6 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

A few days ago, Apple seeded the latest iOS 7.0.6 and iOS 6.1.6 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

iOS 7.0.6 (Build number: 11B651) includes a fix for SSL connection verification.

iOS 7.0.6 fixes the following security issue:

Data Security

Available for: iPhone 4 and later, iPod touch (5th generation), iPad 2 and later

Impact: An attacker with a privileged network position may capture or modify data in sessions

protected by SSL/TLS

Description: Secure Transport failed to validate the authenticity of the connection. This issue was addressed by restoring missing validation steps.

Now you can get the update via Over-the-air, just launching the Settings app, and navigate to General > Software Update to download and install the update.

Here are the direct download links:

iOS 6.1.6 (build number: 10B500) fix for SSL connection verification just like iOS 7.0.6.

Here are the direct download links for iOS 6.1.6:

In the meantime, if you want to jailbreak devices on iOS 7.0.6, then you need to download the latest Evasi0n 1.0.6 for jailbreaking


 Evasi0n7 1.0.6 [MacWindows]

However, if you do not know how to jailbreak the device with Evasi0n, we'll show you the steps you need to perform to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch running iOS 7.0.6 firmware using the evasi0n jailbreak tool as below.

iOS 7.0.6 jailbreakNotes

  • evasi0n7 is an untethered jailbreak, which means you don't need to conenct your device to computer in order to boot it.
  • Evasi0n supports the following iOS devices:
    • iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S and iPhone 4
    • iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air
    • iPad mini, Retina iPad mini
    • iPod touch 5G
  • Your device must be running iOS 7.0.6. You can check your iOS version under: Settings > General > About > Version. For up-to-date jailbreak guides, checkout our jailbreak section.
  • Jailbreaking your device may void your warranty, hence proceed at your own risk. However, you can always restore stock firmware to get back to defaults.

Step 1

Backup your devcie via iTunes or iCloud and disable the passcode if you have set one on your devcie (Settings > General > Passcode Lock On > Turn Passcode Off).
Update your device to the latest iOS 7.0.6 firmware.

Step 2

Download evasi0n7 1.0.6 for Windows or mac from the above link and extract/unzip the downloaded .zip file.

Step 3

Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to your computer and run the evasi0n app. Allow access to the application if any prompt appears. Windows users must run the application as an Administrator (Right-click and select "Run as Administrator").
When opened, evasi0n home screen should detect your device, show the iOS version it's running and the Jailbreak button should be clickable. (if not, replug your device and make sure the passcode is disabled).

Step 4

Now click the Jailbreak button to start the jailbreak process.
Evasi0n7 will then go through several jailbreaking steps including retrieving remote package, uploading jailbreak data, injecting evasi0n app, configuring system and Rebooting device.
The jailbreak process may take a few minutes, so be patient. Make sure to not run applications such as iTunes or Xcode during the jailbreak process.

Step 5

Do not close the evasi0n application. After the reboot, you'll be asked to slide unlock your device and tap on the evasi0n app icon on your device's home screen. Tap on the app icon.
Tapping on the Evasi0n icon found on the home screen of your device will result in a white screen and your device will reboot.

Step 6

Rest of the jailbreak process will take place on your device during the reboot. A large evasi0n logo will appear on the screen of your device informing you about various jailbreak processes including: Reading kernel, Calculating offsets, Setting up packages, Setting up Cydia, Continuing with boot…

Step 7

Once your device is back ON, you're done. You've successfully jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch running iOS 7.0.6 firmware. Now you can find the Cydia icon resting on the home screen of your device.


If you're stuck at any point during the jailbreak process, it's safe to restart your device (hold power + home buttons if necessary), restart evasion, and retry.

If you had installed iOS 7.0.6 via an OTA update, and are having issues with jailbreaking, try to perform a full restore of the device via iTunes and retry the jailbreak process.

For the iOS 6.1.6 jailbreak, iH8sn0w, winocm, and SquiffyPwn have released an updated version of p0sixspwn package for iOS 6.1.6 on Cydia.

How to:

  • Use Redsn0w to perform a tethered jailbreak on your iOS device running on iOS 6.1.6. If you need help check outour step-by-step guide.
  • After your device is successfully jailbroken, launch Cydia and install p0sixspwn 1.4 package to convert the tethered jailbreak to an untethered jailbreak.

iH8sn0w has said that updating the standalone p0sixspwn jailbreak tool is not a priority so currently this is the only way to jailbreak your iPhone 3GS or iPod touch 4G running iOS 6.1.6.

If you feel that the above jailbreak steps are very troublesome, then you can follow the following method to fix SSL bug without upgrading to iOS 7.0.6 or iOS 6.1.6.

Here's how to install the patch to fix the SSL bug:

Launch Cydia
Tap on the manage button, followed by Edit in the top right corner.
Then tap on Add to add the repo, which includes the patch.
Here enter the following URL and click on Add Source button.
After the source has been successfully added click on the Return to Cydia button.
You should now see the Ryan's repo in the list of sources.
Tap on it, scroll down, and tap on SSLPatch
Then tap on Install, followed by the Confirm button to install the patch.
Tap on Restart SpringBoard button when prompted.

That's it. The SSL bug should now be fixed on your iOS device running iOS 7.0.5 or lower.

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Wednesday, September 18, 2013



iPad2(wifi) (iPad2,1) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad2(at&t) (iPad2,2) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad2(vz) (iPad2,3) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad2,4 (iPad2,4) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad2,5 (iPad2,5) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad2,6 (iPad2,6) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad2,7 (iPad2,7) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad3,1 (iPad3,1) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad3,2 (iPad3,2) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad3,3 (iPad3,3) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad3,4 (iPad3,4) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad3,5 (iPad3,5) 7.0 (11A465)

iPad3,6 (iPad3,6) 7.0 (11A465)


iPhone4 (iPhone3,1) 7.0 (11A465)

iPhone3,2 (iPhone3,2) 7.0 (11A465)

iPhone4(vz) (iPhone3,3) 7.0 (11A465)

iPhone4S (iPhone4,1) 7.0 (11A465)

iPhone5,1 (iPhone5,1) 7.0 (11A465)

iPhone5,2 (iPhone5,2) 7.0 (11A465)

iPhone5,3 (iPhone5,3) 7.0.1 (11A470a)

iPhone5,4 (iPhone5,4) 7.0.1 (11A470a)

iPhone6,1 (iPhone6,1) 7.0.1 (11A470a)

iPhone6,2 (iPhone6,2) 7.0.1 (11A470a)

iPod touch:

iPodTouch(5G) (iPod5,1) 7.0 (11A465)

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