Free Snappy 2.1 Cracked

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Feb 212010
 

Download Here:

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Credits: Thanks to studguy1 for the crack and info. If you like this app you can purchase it from the cydia store for $1.99

Note: Install LibActivator and OpenSSL package from cydia before installing the deb.

More Info: http://iditdahtext.com/Snappy.html

  • After downloading the deb file above rename it to snap.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 snap.deb (press return)
  • Reboot your iphone and enjoy.
Feb 212010
 

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New evidence found in the iPhone SDK supports the rumor that the next generation iPhone will support video chat.

9to5Mac has found a few icons in the SDK that seem to “indicate that there will be video calling on an iPxxx device.”

Additional evidence was found hidden in the underlying iPhone telephony apps which contain some “VideoChat strings that are equally, if not more, damning evidence of future VideoChatting capabilities.”

Feb 212010
 
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AppAdvice claims that the iPad pre-orders could start as early as February 25th. The pre-orders are said to be for the U.S. Wi-Fi model initially. It’s really not much to go on, but Apple hasn’t given any indication about their launch plans for the iPad. During their press event, Jobs simply said that the Wi-Fi version would be shipping in 60 days, which places it into the last week of March.

While Apple did allow for pre-orders for the iPhone 3GS, the original iPhone launch was on a first-come first-serve basis at retail stores. The Wi-Fi iPad, however, does not require any long term contracts to be set up, making pre-orders more likely a possibility. Apple would have to get FCC approval for the device before being able to place it on sale. AppAdvice, however, isn’t a particularly reliable source of rumors as they previously claimed the iPhone 3GS would have an OLED screen and FM transmitter (both of which were not true).

As the actual launch approaches, many are hoping and speculating that there may be some unannounced software features for the iPad that might not have been finished at the time of the media event. It’s not without precedent, as Apple did announce YouTube support for the original iPhone just 9 days before its actual launch.

Kevin Fox had noted that several of the iPhone/iPod Touch minor applications were missing from the iPad. These include Stocks, Weather, Voice Memo, Clock, and Calculator. He goes on to suggest that these minor apps could return as some sort of Dashboard-like widget system.

[via macrumors]
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]

Feb 192010
 

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Apple has enabled access to its Find My iPhone service from your iPhone and iPod touch.

Now, if you lose your iPhone, MobileMe can help you find it. MobileMe includes a new feature called Find My iPhone. Just enable Find My iPhone in MobileMe settings on your phone. Then you can log in to me.com from any computer to access Find My iPhone and display your phone’s approximate location on a map.

To use Find My iPhone on your mobile device navigate to me.com and press to select the Use Find My iPhone button.

[Via iclarified.com]

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.

Feb 182010
 

As you would know, Apple released an iPad simulator as part of the iPhone OS 3.2 SDK in January of this year.

However, as developers working with the simulator might have realized, there is no direct way to access Safari from iPad’s simulator, instead it can be accessed in a roundabout way.

Apple Engineers are apparently still working on few issues with iPad Safari, which is the reason it is not directly available even in the latest beta of iPhone OS 3.2 SDK.

However, some folks have figured out how to access it from iPad’s simulator. Here are some of the features, which are similar to the ones available on iPhone or iPod Touch’s Safari browser:

* Ability to add bookmarks to the home screen that will link to specific websites.
* Bookmarks menu option that provides a drop-down of all bookmarked web pages.
* Option to toggle the default search engine between Google and Yahoo.
* List of up to 10 keyword suggestions displayed while typing on the search box.
* Automatic form fill option to remember username and passwords.

As expected, Adobe Flash is not supported and websites containing Flash return blank spaces. The video gives a nice overview of what you can expect on iPad’s Safari:

[via Apple Insider, Gumballtech]

Feb 182010
 

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A lot of iPhone and iPod touch users never really use up all the space available on their device.

If you are one of them and would like to double up your iDevice as a flash drive, iPhone Explorer is for you.

This is a nifty piece of software for Windows and Mac users that offers an easy way to manage files on the iPhone. The iPhone Explorer application
is free to download and offers the following functionalities

* Drag and drop interface: Copy files from and to your iPhone using the simple click and drag interface
* Folder Management: Create, Edit or Delete files and folders on your iPhone
* Flash Drive: Use free space on your iPhone or iPod touch to carry documents like in a flash drive
* File Preview: This option is enabled by default to make file transfering easy

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iPhone Explorer to manage files on iPhone easily

The best thing about iPhone Explorer is that it works even on non-jailbroken iPhones. However, if you do own a jailbroken device, iPhone Explorer will be extra useful and lets you access the address book, SMS, emails, etc. from the system root.

The application works on all versions of iPhone and iPod Touch. If you are eager to check this out, click here to download the application for free. As always, don’t forget to provide us with your feedback.

[via Life Hacker]

Feb 172010
 

BoomTown today sat down with Adobe Chief Technical Officer Kevin Lynch to discuss the relationship between Apple and Adobe and the deployment of Flash on Mac as well as the iPhone and iPad. Apple’s decision not to include Flash Player capabilities on the iPhone and now the iPad has resulted in apparent tensions between the two companies.

Lynch’s comments about Flash on the Mac indicate that the Adobe is working hard on CPU usage during video rendering, acknowledging that such tasks use more CPU cycles on the Mac than on Windows. Regarding the iPhone, Lynch defends the importance of Flash on the Web, noting that he is hopeful that the adoption of Flash capabilities on a number of smartphone platforms will help convince others such as Apple to follow suit.

Well, there’s a lot of Flash content on the Web, and so, right now about 85% of the top websites have Flash on their website. So if you want to view the whole Web, not having the ability to view Flash really is kind of limiting in terms of the experience on the devices, and so we’re really focused on making sure that we can bring the ability to view Flash content and interact with it across all of these devices…I’m hopeful in the smartphone space, for example, that as people start to see that you can get a great experience with Flash in the smartphone, for example on Android, and Palm, and Nokia, and RIM, and these other devices, that that will encourage others to adopt Flash as well on their devices.

In the interview, Lynch also discusses Adobe’s efforts on its AIR platform, which bundles the Flash runtime into applications, allowing developers to easily port their applications to a variety of platforms, including the iPhone.

[via macrumors]

Feb 172010
 

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Info: iBlueNova 2.0 is a 3rd party bluetooth app that fully unlocks the iphone’s bluetooth. With iBluenova you can send and receive files such as your ipod music, ringtones, pictures, videos, etc.. You can purchase iBlueNova 2.0 from cydia or download the cracked file.

Credits: Thanks to Thewanderer for the crack.

  • After downloading the deb file above rename it to iblue.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 iblue.deb (press return)
  • Reboot your iphone and enjoy.