Wednesday, July 27, 2016

How To Remove The Third-Party PP App Store From Jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 iPhone

If you want to remove the third-party PP app store from your jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 device if it is unnecessary for you then here is useful guide how to do it quickly and easy. As you may know such third-party app store usually comes with Chinese jailbreak tools and promotes app piracy. Such apps could contain malwares that would put the confidential information on your device at risk. That's why it is better to simply delete it from your iOS 9.3.3 device after you jailbreak it with the latest Pangu jailbreak tool for Windows, or from the web with a web-based jailbreak.

So follow the steps below to remove the third-party PP app store from your jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 device without deleting PP jailbreak app and Cydia.

How To Clear The Third-Party PP App Store From Jailbroken Device

1) Launch Cydia from your Home screen and open the Installed tab at the bottom of the app.

2) Next, click on the PP app store from the list of installed packages.

3) Then, click on the Remove button at the top right of the Cydia app.

4) Confirm the changes by clicking on the Confirm button.

5) A black screen appears with white text that goes through the removal process. When finished, tap on the Return to Cydia button.

Note: The PP app store should now be deleted from your list of installed extensions. Cydia and PP jailbreak app will still remain and you should never clear them.

If you check your Home screen, the third-party app store should be gone from there too.

Removing the third-party app store from your jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 iOS device is always a good idea when dealing with these jailbreaks. Actually it is unnecessary thing and is not important as Cydia and the booting app for the semi-untether.

How To Know If Pangu Jailbreak Was Correctly Initialized

Those folks who have already liberated their iOS iOS 9.2-9.3.3 device and want to find out how to know if Pangu jailbreak was correctly initialized after each reboot, then a new jailbreak tweak called Initialized will notify you every time your iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is re-initialized. 

Initialized is a useful tweak for those users who find reinitiating the jailbreak confusing. Of course it is understandable as the jailbreak app is developed in Chinese language. Let's find out how this tweak works.

How To Find Out If Pangu Jailbreak Was Correctly Initialized

When user reboot semi-untethered device, Cydia and all jailbreak tweaks installed are going to be useless to you until you re-run the Pangu app . When you do, your device resprings after the jailbreak becomes re-initialized.

The Initialized tweak sends a popup message on user’s iPhone every time the user reboots the device and then initiates the tethered jailbreak using the PP jailbreak app.

Once the installation process is over, you should then see your device respring, and immediately after, you’ll see a notification on the Lock screen that says, “Initialized: The Jailbreak has been initialized. Enjoy!”. This popup simply indicates that the jailbroken status of device is now active, so you don’t have to launch Cydia to see if its working. You can simply dismiss the notification by clicking on the button.

So here is how you can install Initialized tweak for iOS 9.2 – 9.3.3 jailbreak:

Step 1: First navigate to Cydia and reload your sources.

Step 2: Use the Search option to find Initialized tweak. 

Step 3. Once done install it.

Upon installation, there will be options for you to adjust in the Settings page. It’s now available from the BigBoss repo for free.

For beginners who want to find out how to know if Pangu jailbreak was correctly initialized on their devices Initialized tweak will be very useful as it will notify the user every time the jailbreak is re-initialized.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

How To Restrict Individual Apps From Using WiFi On iOS 9.3.3 iPhone

If you have already jailbroken your device using Pangu tool you can now restrict individual apps from using WiFi on iOS 9.3.3 iPhone. When you enable cellular data on your iPhone, iOS system offers a useful feature for filtering apps that can access the internet. Such a feature is missing from the stock WiFi configuration which is why a new jailbreak tweak called ConditionalWiFi has been developed to fill in the gap.

How To Restrict Individual Apps From Using WiFi

The ConditionalWiFi lets you restrict individual apps from accessing the internet when connected to a WiFi network. This feature can be really useful in situations when there’s a data cap on your internet usage or you’re using a public WiFi network and don’t want certain apps from accessing it due to security reasons.

The tweak is available for purchase for $0.99 from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. So head there and download it. Once install, ConditionalWiFi starts to work immediately and don't add preferences pane to Settings. Instead it is built into the WiFi settings pane which can be found in Settings -> WiFi.

At the bottom of the WiFi preferences pane, you’ll find a list of all the apps installed on your device. Each of these apps have a toggle which can be enabled or disabled to pick whether or not they can access the internet when your jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 iPhone connects to a WiFi network.

In order to restrict a specific app from accessing the WiFi network, find its name in the list and toggle it off. That's it. On the other hand if the toggle is turned on, the app will have access to the internet. By default, all the apps will be enabled to access the WiFi network.

Now you know how to restrict individual apps from using WiFi on your iOS 9.3.3 iPhone. ConditionalWiFi will come in handy especially when your internet service provider caps data and you’d like to prevent certain apps from making heavy use of internet data in the background.

Monday, July 25, 2016

How To Quickly Install iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak On iPhone

Great news, you can install Pangu iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak on your iPhone, as Pangu team finally released jailbreak tool for iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 devices. The team pushed its jailbreak tool almost a week after Apple launched its latest software release in the form of iOS 9.3.3. Follow the instructions below to jailbreak your iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 iDevice using Pangu tool.

How To Install iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak On iPhone

Important points before you proceed:

  • Pangu jailbreak works on iOS 9.2 - iOS 9.3.3.
  • Pangu tool supports only 64-bit iOS devices, so the iPhone 5 is out of support.
  • Pangu is a free tethered jailbreak tool that requires a jailbreak every time you reboot your device.
  • You’ll need a Windows PC to use Pangu jailbreak.
  • Don't forget to take a complete backup of your iOS device using iTunes or iCloud in case something goes wrong during the installation process.
Step 1: To jailbreak iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3, you need to use 25PP. Download the download 25PP installer for Windows. Right now this installer is only available in Chinese. 

Step 2: Once downloaded, double click on it to launch and press the setup button to install it on your PC.

Step 3: Using a USB cable connect your iOS device to the PC. Right click on PP icon and pick ‘Run as administrator’.

Step 4: If your device is compatible with the iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak, a popup will be displayed to jailbreak it. To initiate the installation of the PP Jailbreak app hit the large green button. 

If prompted for an Apple ID, enter it. But we'd better recommend to create a new Apple ID and use that instead.

Step 5: Once finished, you will see the PP Jailbreak app on your iPhone's Home screen. Now head to Settings -> General -> Device Management and launch the one that has the Apple ID you entered in step 4. click on the “Trust” button.

Step 6: Navigate back to the Home screen, and launch the jailbreak tool.

Step 7: Enable Notifications, and uncheck the box below the circle.

Step 8: Click on the circle, lock your iPhone, and wait for your iOS device to respring.

Step 9: Now unlock your device, and you should see Cydia on your Home screen.

Step 10: Launch Cydia, and wait until it will re-load data and prepare the filesystem. Congratulations you have successfully installed Pangu iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak on your iPhone. Enjoy!

Friday, July 22, 2016

TIFF Disabler Tweak Patches A Security Flaw Found In iOS 9.3.2

If you are trying to the way to patch a security flaw in iOS 9.3.2 to protect your iPhone then new jailbreak tweak will save your device. You may know that with iOS 9.3.3 release Apple patched a major security flaw that lets any attacker steal passwords from your device by creating and sending an exploit in the form of MMS message attached with a .TIFF image file.

The receiver of such an MMS can’t prevent the exploitation and once executed, all authentication credentials stored in memory could be leaked to the attacker. Those who get compromised could have their saved Safari credentials stolen such as website and email passwords as well as cookies.

Fortunately for the people who installed the iOS 9.3.3 update on Monday, you are now safe from this security vulnerability. As for jailbreak users, there’s no public tool available for jailbreaking iOS 9.3.3 which means that you’ll have to risk your security by staying on your current jailbreakable firmware.

How To Patch A Security Flaw Found In iOS 9.3.2 And Lower Versions

As it has happened time and time again, the jailbreak community has once again responded to the need for security when a harmful exploit in an earlier version of iOS has been found. A new Cydia release called ‘TIFF Disabler’ patches this security vulnerability for jailbreak users on iOS 9.1 and below. The package disables ImageIO TIFF support to protect your jailbroken device.

It is highly recommended to install this jailbreak tweak right now on your jailbroken device to avoid getting your saved passwords compromised and to patch a security flaw in iOS 9.3.2. So launch Cydia and search for ‘TIFF Disabler’ tweak. The package is available via the default BigBoss repository which means that you don’t have to go through the process of adding a third-party repo.

If your device isn't jailbroken the best thing you can do to protect your device and to prevent getting compromised is to update it to iOS 9.3.3.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

How To Add A Color Splash To Twitter App On iOS 9 iPhone

If you want to add a color splash to the Twitter app on iOS 9 iPhone then you should check out a new free Cydia release known as TwitterUICustomzer. With this jailbreak tweak installed, you can add a splash of any color you want to stock Twitter app on your jailbroken iOS 9 device. So if you want to make your Twitter usage more colorful follow the short review below.

How To Add Splash Of The Color To Twitter App In iOS 9

If you don’t have the Twitter app installed on your iDevice, then go to the App Store and grab it for free. In order to setup TwitterUICustomzer on your jailbroken iOS 9 iPhone head to Cydia and download the tweak. Once installed TwitterUICustomizer adds a preferences pane to the Settings app where you can choose the color you feel like using throughout the Twitter app. 

The tweak is designed to apply the color you choose to all kinds of various elements in the app. Here a things that can be colored with the tweak. 

  • Splash screen
  • Message and follow buttons
  • Tweets/Media/Likes tabs on profiles
  • Notification dots
  • Highlighted tabs
  • Tappable links
  • Sent message bubbles in direct messages
  • Pop-up notifications
  • Search and compose Tweet button
  • And a lot more…
Because TwitterUICustomzer uses a color picker, rather than a list of preset colors, you actually don’t have any color limitations. Every color on the rainbow, and everywhere in between, is included and you just have to click and drag to get to it.
Some examples of how the color affects the look at the interface are shown in the screenshots below:

Once you’ve selected the color you want, launch the App Switcher, kill the Twitter app, and restart the Twitter app for all your changes to take place.

TwitterUICustomizer is the great jailbreak tweak that allows you to add a color splash to the Twitter app on iOS 9 iPhone.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Download iOS 10 beta 3 Without Developer Account On iDevice

Before Apple will push the public release you can download iOS 10 beta 3 without UDID using our direct links provided below. Carrying 14A5309d build number the third beta of iOS 10 was seeded by Apple on Monday to developers. The release, which comes roughly two weeks after beta 2, is available to all registered iOS developers through Apple’s dev center.

Introduced during WWDC keynote, iOS 10 brings a number of new features and improvements. The next software update is compatible with the iPhone 5 and later, the iPad 4 and later, the iPad mini 2 and later, and lastly with the 6th gen iPod touch.

Beta 2 brought about several, though not necessarily significant, changes including a new Rest Finger to Unlock option, and enhancements to Notification Center, Messages and the stock Music app.
Here is info what is new in the recently released third beta of iOS 10. 

Locking a Device

When an iPhone is manually locked by pressing the sleep/wake button, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus owners will receive a nudge via the devices’ haptic feedback. For other devices, there will be an audible notification.

Siri and Apps

Once you install the iOS 10 beta 3 you will find a new “App Support” section under Siri’s settings. There, you will be able to see which apps work with Siri, and which apps access your data in doing so.

Keyboard Sounds

In the developer-only preview of iOS 10 which released at WWDC 2016, the iPhone’s recognizable keyboard clicking sound has been replaced with a more subdued tone. iOS 10 beta 2 switched to the old keyboard sound and now that softer clicking sound effect has returned again in iOS 10 beta 3. The sound effect plays as you type on the keyboard or lock the device manually.

Touch ID

With beta for iOS 10 Apple has added a new Accessibility option that will let users unlock and access an iPhone with just having their finger on the Home button, and not having to press the button to do the same.

Audio Feedback

The third developer beta of iOS 10 fixes an issue where audio playback using the iPhone’s speaker would stop when there was haptic feedback.

So if you don't have developer account but interested in getting this beta software update you can download iOS 10 beta 3 without UDID via direct links below:


Tuesday, July 19, 2016

How To Download And Install iOS 9.3.3 On iPhone

The final download links of the latest software update for iDevices are now live and we offer you guide on how to download and install iOS 9.3.3 on iPhone. Today Apple released iOS 9.3.3 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, which includes bug fixes and improves security of your iPhone or iPad.

The easiest and the fastest way to get iOS 9.3.3 is through the Over the Air update mechanism built into iOS. Users can download iOS 9.3.3 on any device right now through the Software Update function on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, achieved through the Settings app by going to “General” and then to “Software Update”.

Optionally, individuals can connect an iPhone or iPad to a computer via USB and install update through the iTunes app update feature, or by using IPSW with a firmware file matching their device.

How To Install iOS 9.3.3 On iPhone

Always back up an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch before updating system software.

Before you plug in your iOS device make sure you are using the latest version of iTunes.

Step 1. To initiate download and install iOS 9.3.3 on iPhone process first connect your device to your PC via an USB cable and wait for iTunes to be launched.

Step 2. Download the iOS 9.3.3 IPSW from firmware file for your device using these direct links:


iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 4S): iPhone4,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 5 GSM): iPhone5,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 5 GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,2_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 5s GSM): iPhone6,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 5s GSM+CDMA): iPhone6,2_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 5c GSM): iPhone5,3_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 5c GSM+CDMA): iPhone5,4_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 6 Plus): iPhone7,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 6): iPhone7,2_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 6s): iPhone8,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone 6s Plus): iPhone8,2_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPhone SE): iPhone8,4_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw


iOS 9.3.3 (iPad 2 Wi-Fi): iPad2,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad 2 GSM): iPad2,2_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad 2 CDMA): iPad2,3_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad 2 New): iPad2,4_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad 3 Wi-Fi): iPad3,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad 3 CDMA): iPad3,2_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad 3 GSM): iPad3,3_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini Wi-Fi): iPad2,5_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini GSM): iPad2,6_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini CDMA): iPad2,7_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad 4 Wi-Fi): iPad3,4_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad 4 GSM): iPad3,5_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad 4 GSM_CDMA): iPad3,6_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Air Wi-Fi): iPad4,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Air Cellular): iPad4,2_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini 2 Wi-Fi): iPad4,4_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini 2 Cellular): iPad4,5_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Air China): iPad4,3_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini 2 China): iPad4,6_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini 3 Wi-Fi): iPad4,7_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini 3 Cellular): iPad4,8_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini 3 China): iPad4,9_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi): iPad5,3_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Air 2 Cellular): iPad5,4_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini 4 Wi-Fi): iPad5,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Mini 4 Cellular): iPad5,2_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Pro Wi-Fi): iPad6,7_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Pro Cellular): iPad6,8_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Pro 9.7 Wi-Fi): iPad6,3_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPad Pro 9.7 Cellular): iPad6,4_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw

iPod touch:

iOS 9.3.3 (iPod touch 5G): iPod5,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw
iOS 9.3.3 (iPod touch 6G): iPod7,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw

Step 3. Hold the Option key (Mac) or the Shift key (Windows) and tap on the “Check for Update”. 

Step 4. The popup message will appear on the screen and inform you that iTunes will update your device to iOS 9.3.3 and will verify with Apple. Tap on the Update button.

Step 5. Click on the Next button and then confirm the terms and conditions.

Step 6. Now wait till iTunes will download the firmware file. 

Step 7. Don't touch anything until the update will be completed. Your iPhone will be updated to iOS 9.3.3 and reboot once or twice during the process. When it will be finished you will see Hello screen. Lastly follow the on-screen guide to start using iPhone with new update.

Monday, July 18, 2016

How To Quickly Lock iOS 9 iPhone With Its Proximity Sensor

If you want to try new way of using your iDevice then fresh jailbreak tweak will help you to lock iOS 9 iPhone with its proximity sensor. Called ProximityLock, this new Cydia release allows you to lock your device with the proximity sensor by waving your hand over, or putting your finger over the sensor right by the front-facing camera and ear speaker. Here is quick guide on how to install and use this new tweak.

How To Lock iOS 9 iPhone With Its Proximity Sensor

In order to enable lock iOS 9 iPhone with its proximity sensor feature you need to have installed two jailbreak tweaks. This is a feature that can also be accomplished in Ryan Petrich’s popular Activator extension. You would simply use the ProximityActivator, tweak that adds a new proximity sensor gesture to your list of Activator gestures, and then you could assign the action to lock your jailbroken device.

So first navigate to Cydia and install ProximityActivator. Once the tweak is installed grab ProximityLock for free and install as well on your jailbroken iOS 9 iPhone. Once done enable the tweak from the preferences pane that gets added to your Settings app.

After you’ve enabled ProximityLock tweak, you can wave your hand or finger slowly over your proximity sensor, and your iPhone will lock, forcing you to enter a passcode or utilize Touch ID to get back in.

Taking into consideration that the tweak is totally free it works great for those who want to put their iPhone into their pockets without pressing any buttons to lock it. This also may be good if you have a busted sleep button and don’t want to wait for the iPhone’s software-based auto-lock feature to take effect.

Working exactly as advertised, ProximityLock is the great tweak to have on your jailbroken iOS 9 iPhone.

Friday, July 15, 2016

How To Hide iPhone Dock And Get Circular Folders Without Jailbreak

If you want to hide dock on iOS 9.3.2 iPhone without jailbreak and get circular folders in iOS 9 then we will show you how to it quickly and easy. As you know currently there is no jailbreak solution available for iOS 9.2 - 9.3.2 devices so some folks are trying to find other ways to customize their stock devices. The guide below will help you to hide dock on your device and make circular folders even without jailbreaking. So let’s take a look at this easy trick.

How To Hide Dock And Get Circular Folders On iOS 9 iPhone

There’s not a whole lot to this trick, which makes it even better because it requires very little effort at all. In order to hide dock on iOS 9.3.2 iPhone without jailbreak and enable circular folders effect you really just have to apply specific wallpapers. 

The good thing about this trick is that there are several nice looking wallpapers to pick from and even with different styles. So it makes it a lot more practical to use. So all you have to do is to setup one of the below wallpapers:

Step 1. Just tap and hold on the photo(s) you want and save it to your camera roll. You’ll notice that the wallpapers are really small, but don't worry is actually part of the trick. 

Step 2. Once it’s saved, you need to set it as your wallpaper , so head to Settings > Wallpaper > Choose New Wallpaper > Camera Roll. When it prompts you to pick “Still” or “Perspective”, select “Still” option. It may work with perspective as well, but if it doesn’t just return to still.

As you see it is extremely simple. Now you iPhone dock has disappeared and you’ll notice that all your folders on the main page would turn into circular. This doesn’t work with multiple pages, but it’s a fun little trick nonetheless.