iOS 8.4.1 Jailbreak Source Code Released

October 8, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


A source code for jailbreaking iPhone and iPad running on iOS 8.4.1 is now available on Github. A student from Italy named Luca Todesco has released this tool as an open source code for anyone interested in getting their iOS 8.4.1 jailbroken.

incomplete ios 8.4.1 jailbreak by Kim Jong Cracks (8.4.1 codesign & sandbox bypass w/ LPE to root)

JailbreakTips & How-to

How to permanently delete photos without Recently Deleted folder

October 7, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Starting from iOS 8, any deleted photos or videos from the Camera Roll will be transferred over to a new folder called Recently Deleted. This new album was added to store deleted media files on your iPhone or iPad for 30 days and it will then remove permanently after that.

For some people, this might be a useful feature because you can easily restore a deleted photo just in case of a mistake. However, most iOS users found Recently Deleted to be an annoying feature because they have to get rid of their photos and videos twice. Not to mention that the data will continue to be counted, which means your storage will stays the same as is.

AppsTips & How-to

How to Fix Apps Missing or Disappeared on iPhone and iPad

October 6, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Applications are something that we can’t live without while using an iPhone or iPad. iOS devices that came out-of-the-box has some pre-installed applications in them already and one the most important stock application is the App Store. This gives you access to the marketplace full of free and premium applications and games available for all devices running on Apple operating system.

People enjoy downloading applications from the marketplace that Apple has to offer until one day restore or upgrade to another firmware version just to find out that their favorite apps are no longer there on the home screen anymore. While most users have no problem re-downloading them from the App Store, the real problem came in when the app wouldn’t open or appear on the Springboard, despite showing installed.

iPadiPhoneTips & How-to

How to Save Cellular Data on iOS 9 for iPhone & iPad

October 3, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Many users who recently upgraded to iOS 9 reported high consumption of cellular data on their iPhone or iPad, despite the same usage as to before they decided to download the software update.

While most iPhone and iPad users have an unlimited data to waste, some are literally saving up their mobile data to avoid charges from the carrier. In this article, we will show you a few simple methods to reduce high cellular data usage after updating to iOS 9 for both iPhone and iPad.

iPhoneTips & How-to

How to Unlock iPhone 6s / iPhone 6s Plus using iTunes

October 2, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Apple recently released two new iPhone models at their press conference in San Francisco on September 25, 2015, dubbed iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus running on the latest iOS 9 and built-in 3D Touch. Last year’s iPhone 6 was something that people didn’t expect because it came out with a larger screen size, bigger than anyone could imagine it would come from Apple. However, the company once again upgraded one of their model from the 4.7-inch screen to the 5.5-inch screen (iPhone 6s Plus).

With these new features and speculations landed on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, it’s doubtful that iFans are not going to give them a try. For those who are thinking about buying either of these models, you definitely should because getting an unlocked iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus is now easier than ever.


How to fix Facetime Paused when you open other app in iOS

September 29, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


One of the biggest disadvantage when using Facetime is that the application will automatically stop recording you whenever you exit the app and go to a different apps, for example. Although, Facetime didn’t disconnect you entirely with the other person, your face or whatever it is that the camera is recording will appear as Paused.

Some users are fine with this because they will return back to Facetime right away. But the majority of iOS users want to multitask and so it will be beneficial if there is a way to prevents Facetime from pausing when you open any other app on your iPhone and iPad.

iPadiPhoneTips & How-to

How to check for XcodeGhost malware using Pangul tool

September 22, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


XcodeGhost is a newly discovered malware on iPhone and iPad that is included in more than 300 legitimate applications from the App Store. Unlike KeyRaider, the previous malware, that infect jailbroken iOS devices, XcodeGhost can be found in both non-jailbroken and jailbroken iDevices. Not to mention, you don’t have to download any shady IPA and can still get XCodeGhost malware.

iPadiPhoneTips & How-to

How to Hide and Unhide Multiple Photos & Videos in iOS 9

September 19, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


There are over 20 things you can do in iOS 9 that couldn’t do in iOS 8 and hiding a photo or video from the Camera Roll happen to be one of them. This might be a feature that gets teenagers or those that have experience violation of privacy to update their device right away.

Before this version, iOS 7 or 8 or anything below that doesn’t have this feature unless you use third-party applications to store the photos that you want to hide and then delete them from the Photos app. But that takes a bit time and could lead people into thinking about different stuff as to why you did that, of course, they have no rights to judge but that’s how things work now.