Apple’s “Newsstand” app in iOS 5 is a great application, allowing you to read magazines and your subscriptions. However, many of us, don’t really use the app and it sits on our home screens taking up space. This quick tutorial will exploit a bug in iOS 5 and show you how to put the Newsstand app in a folder.
First, you will have to get two other apps other than the Newsstand app (In this case I am using iMessages and Skyfire.) Then, turn your apps into toggle mode.
On jailbroken iDevices, you can add all sorts of different tweaks onto it to customize it more than Apple let you on stock iOS.
LockLauncher lets you open up to 9 different applications from the iOS lock screen which is really cool if you want to open a specific app quickly without searching through pages and pages of apps!
This is free from the ModiMyi on Cydia so just search LockLauncher and it should appear!
if you want to know how to jailbreak your iDevice on 5.0.1 just click here!
Thanks for reading and please watch the video below and comment below what you think of this tweak and leave a comment with any good tweaks we should review!
AppTrackr is one of the reasons why Apple hate the Jailbreak community the most, unfortunately there is not much that the community can do, other than refusing to support it in any way – shape or form. Leaving certain groups of individuals that thrive on this website for their apps.
Apple has finally after several years, taken steps to cripple this site and I’m sure it will be welcomed by developers and iOS users
Ways Apptrackr have avoided this for so long are as followed, offshore servers hosting illegal copies of applications, as well as CAPATCHA codes for all of it’s links. All of their efforts have kept apple away until now.
Cydia does not endorse any of this site’s activities and even mentioned the reason why not to install this source onto your iDevices
1. Applications like Hackulo and installs should be avoided
2. Please support developers by spending a small amount on an app that has had 100 hours spent on it
3. Finally – enjoy your iDevices and enjoy the amount of already free apps on Cydia and the AppStore
MRiOSDevices will keep you informed with any developments in the near future so make sure you follow us via – Twitter – Facebook – YouTube & Google+
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Jailbreaking is a fairly simple process to go through, but many people are scared and hesitant to try it. The thought of crashes, bugs, and something going wrong discourages people from jailbreaking, but once you do have everything sorted out, the results pay off.
Today I will take you through a step by step guide of how to jailbreak your iDevice running iOS 5.0.1. This jailbreak will work for the iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, iPod Touch 3rd and 4th generations, and the 1st generation iPad. This jailbreak WILL NOT work for iOS 5 devices, so upgrade before you begin, as well as for a5 chip devices like the iPhone 4S and the iPad 2.
Just a few moments ago, several apps on my iPhone became unusable and underneath quoted as “Cleaning”
It seems to be happening with social apps, most reports say after a certain amount of time, they become usuable again. After deleting my Twitter app I was no longer able to reinstall the deleted app.
Perhaps Apple is doing some routine maintenance, but it seems very strange and unlike anything I’ve seen happen on a device before.
Let MriOSDevices know in the comments below if you’ve had anything like this happen.
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(A snippet of an email sent to a select few of developers earlier today)
Has your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch’s home button become unresponsive? Do you have to press two to three times to get back to your home screen? Well today, I’ll show you a little tip for making your iOS device’s home button more responsive. This little trick has been out for a while now, but I wanted to share it with those of you who have not heard about it. I tried this trick with my iPod Touch and I did see a considerable improvement in the responsiveness of my home button. Let us know how this trick worked for you.
Step 1: Open a stock application like the stocks app or the notes app.
Step 2: Hold the sleep/wake button until the “slide to power off” screen appears, but don’t turn off the device.
Step 3: Hold down the home button until the “slide to power off” screen goes away and you are brought back to the home screen.
Now test out the responsiveness of your home button. See if there is any improvement. Your home button should be a lot more responsive now than it was before. Let us know how it turned out for you!
So the wait is almost over, @pod2g on Twitter has in the past couple of weeks put his expertise in hacking to good use. MriOSDevices can bring you news that an untethered jailbreak is now possible with all A4 processor chipped iOS Devices, and more importantly the new A5 processors (iPad 2 & iPhone 4s)
As and when this jailbreak tool is released, MRiOSDevices will of course test and share our tutorials with you from our YouTube Channel
So we can safely say that the wait is almost over, in the posts that @pod2g put up on his blog, he gave info about his help from @saurik and said he could not have done it without this iOS Genius.
From what we can make of the posts, @Pod2g is very excited bout this which obviously makes all the Jailbreaking community happy. Make sure you share this, bookmark MriOSDevices and follow us on Twitter, Like us on Facebook and join our Circle on Google+
iH8sn0w’s iFaithtool has recently received an update (1.4), and now supports all versions of iOS up to iOS 5.0.1. Furthermore, besides saving SHSH blobs, the updated software also saves users’ AP ticket. However, the downside is that iFaith currently does not support Apple A5 iOS devices (such as the iPhone 4S and iPad 2).
Apple have always not wanted iDevice users to jailbreak their devices as they want them to keep it not completely user configured.
But, Apple normally take some of the great tweaks and adapt them into future iOS versions e.g. WiFi Sync came to iOS 5 but was a Cydia Tweak before.
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developer @stoughtonsmith has shared the code names use by apple to identify the different versions of iOS they are as follows
1.0: Alpine (1.0.0 – 1.0.2: Heavenly)
1.1: Little Bear (1.1.1: Snowbird, 1.1.2: Oktoberfest)
2.0: Big Bear
3.2: Wildcat (iPad only)
4.2: Jasper (4.2.5 – 4.2.10: Phoenix)
you may notice that iOS 1 was called Alpine and if you have ever SSH’ed into our iDevice you’ll know that alpine is the default password set by apple.
coincidence i think not!
Recently, on an Airplane, a iPhone self combusted when the plane was in the air.
Apple have not said anything about this but if you look closely at the picture it shows that the backplate isn’t an original Apple model.
This backplate must of have acted with an component inside of the iPhone.
Well that’s their Apple 1 year warranty void!
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