iOS 9.1 Browser-based Jailbreak Tool Created

November 3, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Back in the day when iOS 2.0 was popular and it was so much easy for us jailbreakers to get Cydia on it. All you need was your iOS device that you want to jailbreak and Safari, which is the default browser on our device. No computer was needed to jailbreak iOS 2.0. This was thank to a utility called JailbreakMe. If you don’t know, the unique part of JailbreakMe was that it’s a browser-based jailbreak tool. This means you don’t need a computer or any type of machines except your own iOS device.

Last month, a company called Zerodium was trying to bring the same concept and apply it to the new iOS 9. The put out a $1 Million award for any hacker or team could achieve this. The event ended today and luckily a team of hackers were able to make a browser-based jailbreak for iOS 9.1 and 9.2 betas.


Untethered Jailbreak iOS 9 Demoed by iH8sn0w [Video]

September 11, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Apple has just released their iOS 9 Gold Master (GM) yesterday to developers for testing purposes and very soon it will be available to everyone. For jailbreakers, you guys are probably would want to wait until there is a tool to jailbreak iOS 9 before you decided to upgrade to Apple’s latest firmware right? Well, good news because well-known hacker iH8sn0w, the guy behind many popular iOS tools such as P0sixspwn and Sn0wbreeze recently release a video that surprises everyone.

The video you are about to see below was posted on YouTube, to demonstrate the iOS 9 untethered jailbreak.

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Patience is a Great iOS Winterboard Theme to Expect This Month

April 21, 2014 — by Xin Chan3


I have been out of touch with the blog for over a month but it does not mean that I am away from the community, particularly trying out new cool themes. And recently I got myself hands on a cool theme called Patience

Patience is brand new WinterBoard theme for iPhone that is currently in beta. It is co-created by two famous designers in the community Zooropalg from France and iPix from the UK. The theme comes with a handful of packages and add-ons and with both iPhone and iPad support. There will also be many features upcoming in the final release in Cydia that provides users with extensive way to customise their device.


GridSwitcher Enables Grid View for iOS 7 App Switcher

March 1, 2014 — by Xin Chan0


Apple redesigned how the App Switcher looks like and act in iOS 7 with inspirations from certain classic jailbreak tweaks like CardSwitcher and the old boring bottom grey switcher has gone. But have you ever been bothered with iOS 7 for scrolling through all the way to the left and right to get to certain page in the App Switcher? Or have you been annoyed with the narrow iPhone screen that is only able to display a little bit more than one app card? Unfortunately it is not easy to go back to iOS 6 classic app switcher easily now.

GridSwitcher is new jailbreak tweak from tom-go that changes the stock iOS 7 horizontal card switcher view to a grid view. It has no option to configure. Once installed you are good to use.

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Ayeris Brings Subtle Nice Change to Stock iOS 7

February 27, 2014 — by Xin Chan0


Eventually I gave this a try after all the criticisms have settled.

Ayeris is a new Winterboard theme for iOS 7 created by well-known designer Surenix with a controversial price tag of $3.99. The word ayeris, which is pronounced as Iris, like the ring-shaped membrane in your eye or the Greek god of the rainbow, is about communicating the excellence of timeless design to and for the world, according to Surenix in the package description. This appears to be what he strives for by releasing this new theme since the existence of ayecon, his iOS 6 based theme.

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CCSliders Tweak: Tap to Change Brightness Sliders in CC to Other

February 26, 2014 — by Xin Chan0


We have been seeing a lot of tweaks that puts additional functions to the ControlCenter. You can remove seperator lines; you can add more toggles; you can hide sections that you may never use like AirDrop; you can ever colorize the UI of the ControlCenter. But seems that there is one thing that has not been touched – the sliders for brightness. It is the one left with one and only one function. 

Like myself I usually hide the media control I cannot get access to the volume control of playing music without pressing the buttons. With CCSliders, developed by Jerry En, the same developer of QuickActivator, which is recently released on his private repo, I am able to use multiple sliders within taps.

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iTouchSecure Tweak Enables Password Autofilling with TouchID

February 25, 2014 — by Xin Chan0


It is never too late to introduce something great and legendary. A while ago I purchased and installed a tweak called iTouchSecure on my iPhone 5s, and it greatly improved my productivity and saved me a lot of time in entering lengthy strong passwords in various apps.

iTouchSecure is a jailbreak tweak which is developed by SpiritOfLogic, the same developer for the famous iRealSMS, PwnTunes and PhotoAlbums+. The tweak features at autofilling passwords everywhere in both iOS apps and Safari, authenticating with Touch ID for any Password entry by storing passwords encrypted in local keychain like Apple does.

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ColorBadges Colorizes Your App and Folder Badges

February 22, 2014 — by Xin Chan0


There are lots of different tweaks like Badge Customizer and Boover that allow you customize how the app icons looks like and behave. But they are all global settings that make it all the same and look boring. There is a new tweak released today called ColorBadges from iOS developer David Goldman makes things more interesting and appealing.

ColorBadges is a brand new jailbreak tweak that modifies colors of your icon badges based on the color that the app icons have. There is no option to configure so once you installed the tweak you are good to go.

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Preview: GuestMode Allows Limited Guest Access to Your iPhone

February 7, 2014 — by Xin Chan0


If you have kids or family members that share the usage of your iPhone, the very first concern is fear of getting your important or private stuff messed up or deleted. There are some security tweaks like AppLocker or BioProtect that can block apps or settings access with password or TouchID protections. But the key issue is the setting is global. It also locks you down from getting in protected areas even though you can unlock it. It is annoying and time consuming.

In Android Kitkat and Windows we know we can set multiuser or guest accesses. But what about iOS? Good news here is GuestMode, an upcoming jailbreak allows you to do so.