Push Doctor Fixes Push Notification Issue On Hacktivated iPhone For Free

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Mar 032010
 

One of the known issues with a hacktivated iPhone running iPhone OS 3.0 or later is that the Push Notification feature doesn’t work. The iPhone Dev Team had released a fix to resolve the issue back in July, but it had a major flaw.

There is finally some good news for all those who have been patiently waiting for a fix as Push Doctor has just been released on the Cydia Store to fix the push notification issue.

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Push Doctor has been developed by anethema. It gives you genuine activation certificates unlike other workarounds, and they are always unique.

The fix is available on the Cydia Store for free. Here are the installation instructions:

Please remember hacking your iPhone could void its warranty. So please proceed with caution and at your own risk and don’t forget to take a backup of your iPhone (refer to this post for more details).

Simply add the NERV repository: http://cmdshft.ipwn.me/apt/ to your Cydia sources.

Search for the package called “Push Doctor”.

Install it and push notification should start working on your hactivated iPhone.

Please note:

This is NOT an application you run from SpringBoard or command line. It does all the work immediately while Cydia runs. If you install this to fix push, and you decide to uninstall the package it will not remove the push fix. Reinstalling will delete your “old” certs and install new ones. You will not notice any difference, however.

If the fix doesn’t work then it could be because the server is out of unique certs due to high demand. The developer has advised users to try to reinstall the package later or the next day to fix the issue.

If you still plan to try it out then let us know how it goes. If you need support, join #pushfix on chat.osx86.hu.

[via cmdshft]

Grooveshark iPhone App For Online Music Streaming Released On Cydia

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Feb 282010
 

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rooveshark, an online music streaming service that claims to be the ‘Youtube for music’ has announced that their new iPhone application is now available at the Cydia store.

This comes after their iPhone app was rejected by the Apple app review staff multiple times over the past six months. In their announcement, the company claims that they were forced into this decision after Apple had been “ritually rejecting” their app for “primary selfish reasons”.

Grooveshark is a free web based music streaming service that allows users to upload, share and stream tracks from a massive catalog of songs. The new iPhone app will allow their Premium/VIP members of the service use their jailbroken iPhones to search for music from the huge database. Additionally, users may also organize tracks into playlists, mark tracks as favorite and listen to songs offline. The web based alternative available on the company’s website runs on the Adobe Flash platform and hence is not accessible via the iPhone’s mobile Safari web browser.

It is interesting that Apple rejected Grooveshark’s iPhone app when a few other music streaming applications like Spotify are already available at the App Store.

We expect Grooveshark’s slick app interface to be a hit among jailbroken iPhone users, but the iPhone app is only available if you are a VIP member, which you can become by paying $3 per month or $30 per year. If you are a Grooveshark VIP member and eager to download the iPhone app, you may do so from the Big Boss repository on Cydia. Please check it out and let us know your views.

[via TechCrunch]

Geohot Discovers Working Exploit For iPhone OS 3.1.3 Baseband

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Feb 212010
 

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If you accidentally upgraded your unlocked iPhone to iPhone OS 3.1.3 that was released two weeks back then we have another good news.

Geohot, the iPhone hacking expert who had released popular jailbreaking and unlocking tools like blackra1n, blacksn0w and more has discovered a working exploit for baseband 05.12.01 that was bundled with iPhone OS 3.1.3.

Geohot has tweeted the hash tag of the baseband crash for safekeeping:

d8b50dc95d7906e3ff6155331a534b55d0f6cac1=good. And motorama this weekend!

You might remember that Sherif Hashim had also discovered an exploit for iPhone OS 3.1.3 baseband last week and MuscleNerd of the iPhone Dev Team had confirmed that it is working.

iHackintosh has also published the conversation between Visnet (iHackintosh reader), Geohot and MuscleNerd:

<visnet_> What does geohot tweet mean?
<%geohot> its my bb exploit for safekeeping
<%Par4doX> geohot: did you turn that over to the dev team or are you doing something with it?
<%geohot> my days of turning things over are done
<%geohot> i hope its different from the one they have
<%geohot> but they prob already have it
<%geohot> its the one i orig wanted to release blacksn0w with
<%Par4doX> it’s still there in the new bb
<%geohot> yep, just checked
<%geohot> but then opted to use xemn since it was public
<Evan> Oo, it carries over from 05.11 to 05.12?
<%geohot> why wouldn’t it, apple doesn’t fix things proactivly
<@MuscleNerd> geohot we prob should figure out a way to know if we have same exploit double blind, otherwise we may release 2 different ones at same time
<%geohot> any suggestions?
<@MuscleNerd> not sure how to do that without making it easy to brute force though
<%geohot> yea, i salted the hash
<@MuscleNerd> yeah
<@MuscleNerd> hmm maybe if we both hash the stack dump
<@Confucious> Can you two take this out of public sight?
<@MuscleNerd> the stack itself, not the header before it or the registers after it
<Her> muscle: any notice about the exploits are the same ?
<%geohot> we are working on it
<%geohot> cryptography, perfect for people who don’t trust each other

The conversation indicates that both the iPhone Dev Team and Geohot have a working exploit for the latest baseband and could release tools to jailbreak and unlock iPhone OS 3.1.3.

[via iHackintosh, Geohot’s Twitter page]

My3G 1.3.1 Cracked

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Feb 182010
 

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Download Here:

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Info: My3G makes Apps believe that they are on WiFi instead of 3G. With My3G, you can now watch HiDef YouTube videos, use Skype/Fring/Other VOIP apps over the 3G network!

Credits: Thanks to NGNPDA for the crack. This does not require rockapp or rock extensions.

After downloading the deb file above rename it to 3g.deb
Copy it to var/mobile on your iphone and install using ifile or do the following
Open up mobile terminal
Type in su (press return)
Type in alpine (press return)
Type in dpkg -i 3g.deb (press return)
Reboot or respring your iphone and enjoy.

Features:

In-App popup request to enable/never ask for My3G to be enabled for that app
In-App indicator when My3G changes the network from 3G to WiFi
Ability to select which apps are My3G enabled and not.
Default Apps – no configuration for the most popular apps!
SBSettings Toggle! You can temporarily enable My3G for all apps or toggle back using your defined Apps list
Dynamic enablement – Higher successs rate (near 100%) then 3G Unrestrictor (which does one off solutions for apps). My3G enables 3G indicators more dynamically.

iBlueNova (iBluetooth 2) Will Allow iPhone Users to Transfer Files Via Bluetooth

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Feb 092010
 

iBlueNova or iBluetooth 2 will be available on Cydia Store for the jailbroken iPhone very soon.

The iPhone OS 2.0 version was called iBluetooth and it was the first iPhone application that allowed users to transfer files from their iPhone to other Bluetooth devices. But due to trademark issues, the iPhone OS 3.x.x version has been renamed as iBlueNova.

The iPhone 3G comes with Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (short for Enhanced Data Rate) wireless technology built-in, while iPhone 3GS comes with Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR built-in. But they only supports the Bluetooth Headset Profile, A2DP and Bluetooth Hands-free Profile 1.5.

So the most commonly requested application in the Bluetooth stack by iPhone users is the ability to transfer files to other bluetooth devices.

iBlueNova developed by MeDevil will enable jailbroken iPhone users to transfer files via Bluetooth to other Bluetooth devices.

Folks at iClarified are reporting that the jailbreak app is ready for distribution but might take a few days before Saurik can include it in the Cydia Store.

Here are some of the changes and improvements that you can expect in iBlueNova:

  • Resolve the timeout sending a file with authentication enabled
  • Fixes an issue with the approval of the BT on 3G
  • Completing the integration of licenses
  • Fixed bug with opening files from iFile
  • Removed backgrounding native

You can check out the demo video of the iPhone app in action below:

[via iClarified]