Sunday, November 29, 2015

Tweak Replaces Music App Icon With Album Artwork On iOS 9

If for you jailbreaking is the great way to liberate your iDevice from manufacture restrictions you should check replace Music app icon tweak on iOS 9. Those users who had jailbroken iOS 7 might used Articon tweak. It was an interesting little jailbreak tweak but unfortunately it hasn't been updated to iOS 9. And here it another tweak called Cairo, an alternative for Articon, that supports iOS 9 - 9.0.2 devices jailbroken with Pangu tool.

The tweak does the only thing, it replaces the now playing app’s icon on the device's Home screen with the album artwork and name with the song’s title. It adds a nice touch to the home screen of your device. The artwork is the same as the one that appears in the Now Playing section of Music when the song is playing.

Once installed, you don't need to do some additional configuration to start work with the tweak. All you need to do is to simply play a song on your jailbroken device and you will notice that the Music app icon will be changed to the current song’s album artwork.

The developer behind the tweak states that Cairo works not only with the Music app but also with all other media apps that have a song playing. This can include Spotify, Pandora etc.
If you want to put some minor changes to the Music app icon and make it more dynamic then Cairo v 1.0 is a great tweak to take for a spin. It is available for $1.49 from Cydia and works perfectly as advertised. The tweak works with iOS 9 or higher devices.

If you a interested in jailbreak tweaks compatible with iOS 9 firmware then you can check another interesting one that launches apps from the devices Home screen folders via 3D touch.

Friday, November 27, 2015

Install Android Inspired App Drawer Tweak On iOS 9 iPhone

If you like try something new on your Apple device than you should check Android inspired app
 iOS 9 iPhone tweak. App Drawer is a interesting jailbreak tweak that brings an Android-inspired application drawer to your jailbroken iOS 9 - 9.0.2 iPhone.

Guillermo Moran, the developer behind the App Drawer tweak has done an great job of replicating the Android specification and at the same time maintaining the visual and aesthetic look of Apple’s iOS. There’s nothing worse than a port of a feature which offers the same functionality, but ruins the feel of the OS in the process.

Once installed, you’ll find a new app icon for App Drawer on your iPhone's Home screen. The app icon is simply labeled “Apps” and works as a launcher interface for launching any of the apps that you have installed on your jailbroken device.

The big plus about having a central app drawer icon is that it can be moved and relocated anywhere on your device’s Home screen. This means that you can easily move the App Drawer to your dock for easy access to your apps from anywhere.

Heading to the tweak’s settings in the stock Settings app you will be able to customize the apps that appear in the launcher. Users can select hidden applications and favorite applications using simple toggle switches in the preferences.

The App Drawer jailbreak tweak supports iOS 8 and iOS 9 firmwares, and doesn't support jailbroken iPads yet. Guillermo Moran ensured that such features like iPad support and a customizable Home screen app icon would be released very soon.

You can grab Android inspired app iOS 9 iPhone tweak for $1.99 right now from the BigBoss repository in Cydia. You can also take for a spin another interesting tweak that brings entire Android Lock screen look, feel and interaction to your jailbroken iOS 9 device.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Android Inspired Lock Screen Tweak For iOS 9 iPhone

We offer you iOS 9 Android Lock screen tweak review for your jailnbroken with Pangu tool iDevice. Called AndroLock this great tweak brings your iOS 9 iPhone Android-inspired lock screen look!
With AndroLock, you can get a beautiful and native-feeling tweak on your iPhone to turn it’s lock screen into an Android-style Lock screen. The look of this tweak is really beautiful and what is more it is very handy to use. You also have an option to configure from Setting app.

Developer Logan O’Connell released AndroLock with bulk of various features. There are Android-style notifications that look great, and contain a white background, black text, and are inset from the edges to mimic those of Android phones.

A Lollipop-style (feature-packed) miniplayer for the lock screen that fits perfectly with the notifications. When listening to music you can use dimmed album artwork as wallpaper. You will also get the ability to move the date more towards the center of the iOS 9 iPhone screen like on Android phones.

 The iOS 9 iPhone Android Lock screen tweak brings completely redesigned passcode UI. The tweak removes rings around passcode keys, gains beautiful animations to the buttons, and rearranges the views on the passcode view to resemble the Android one.

AndroLock also adds a phone app grabber to the left of the lock screen. The other interested options are themed emergency, cancel, phone, and camera icons.

AndroLock tweak is available in Cydia from the BigBoss Repo for $1.49. And what is important it is compatible with iOS 9. So if you like Android lock screen look you can easily take this tweak for a spin. Once installed you can easily play a trick with your friends with unusual look of your iPhone.

As you see jailbreak is really great thing that liberates your iDevice from restrictions. You can easily set different options and features on your device that are not permitted by the manufacturer.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

How To Open Unlimited Tabs In Safari On iOS 9 Device

The new jailbreaks tweak allows to open unlimited tabs in Safari on iOS 9 Device. As you know usually in Safari you can launch a maximum of 36 tabs. However this count is more than enough, over time you end up hitting that limit. Called Xaris this new iOS 9 tweak extends this limit to endlessness.

How To Open Unlimited Tabs On iOS 9 Safari


With the tweak installed, you will have the freedom to open as many tabs as you’d need. If you get rid of the 36 tabs limit Xaris lets you to open as many tabs as you’d need in Safari on jailbroken with Pangu tool device. We are not sure how many additional tabs your iPhone can handle but we think that you can open as many as you can until your iOS device runs out of memory.

The tweak doesn't support some additional features. Once you install it, you’re not required to do any additional configuration to get started. Simply open Safari and enjoy launching as many tabs as you’d need. It is vital to note here that if you will open unlimited tabs in Safari on iOS 9 it can consume your device’s memory which can slow down web browser when using.

To get your hands on this tweak, you can download it for free of charge via Cydia’s BigBoss repo. Xaris works on all devices running iOS 8 or iOS 9, but it must be jailbroken whether with TaiG tool for 8 running devices or Pangu jailbreak for 9 devices.

Although Xaris sounds interesting, we don’t think why a normal user would need it when the default number of tabs you can open in Safari is 36. This is more than enough for a normal user unless you have the habit of not closing your unused tabs.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Tweak Launches Apps From Home Screen Folders With 3D Touch

We have some interesting info about 3D Touch launch apps from Home screen tweak that it is worth to try out on your jailbroken iOS 9 device. Appendix is a new jailbreak tweak that applying the iPhone 6s’ 3D Touch feature lets launch apps directly from folders on the Home screen.

Usually when you want to launch the app you need to open folder on the Home Screen. But now with Appendix installed, you will be able to open apps with a single gesture. It’s not the perfect solution for directly launching apps found in folders, but it’s pretty interesting nonetheless.


How To Launch App From Home Screen Folder On iOS 9 iPhone


Once you have Appendix installed, it begins working immediately. It is very easy in use as there are no options or settings that need to be configured before you can start to work with the tweak. Simply 3D Touch on a folder of your choice, and you’ll see the shortcut menu appear with up to four apps.
Unfortunately there is one big minus in Appendix. It is only displays the first four applications found in a folder. This means that if you want to launch a specific app found in a folder, this particular app must be one of the first four apps listed.

However Appendix is a great jailbreak tweak that features very handy option we recommend taking it for a spin. This tweak will work with older devices you just need to have some 3D Touch enabler tweak. You can grab Appendix tweak for free of charge from Cydia’s BigBoss repository.

So as you see jailbreak is the extremely great thing to liberate your device. In this case, if you even don't have one of the new iPhone 6s you can use 3D Touch launch apps from Home screen tweak applying its innovative feature on your iDevice.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Springtomize 3 Tweak iOS 9 Update Will Be Released Very Soon

Jalbreakers, we have good news about Springtomize 3 tweak iOS 9 update. The tweak that many of us like to use is few steps to be released with 9 version support. Springtomize 3, the popular jailbreak tweak originally developed by Filippo Bigarella, is right around the corner for those users who have already jailbroken iOS 9 iPhone with Pangu tool.

If you have never heard about Springtomize tweak that is almost impossible, then it’s a tweak that essentially lets you customize a wide variety of SpringBoard attributes.


Springtomize 3 is an essential jailbreak tweak for users who wish to customize their iPhone, iPad or iPod for a refreshed look and feel. The tweak offers customizable options that are previously impossible to achieve in stock iOS settings. Springtomize 3 brings a wide stock of customizable options as adjusting transition speed, hiding dock labels, customizing the dock and a lot more. And that’s just the small part of all possible customization options.

The upcoming Springtomize update will carry 1.4 version and it is primarily focused on iOS 9 compatibility. That's why developer Janosch Hubner aka @sharedRoutine has offered his help Flippo to develop the recent update which will be live very soon.


Users with iOS 8 running iDevices can take advantage of the Springtomize 3 tweak right now, while iOS 9 jailbreak users should get their devices ready as the tweak is very near to a release.

Few days back some reports were floating around the web about an unauthorized version of this tweak that was uploaded to some shady third party repo. It is highly recommended to install the Springtomize 3 tweak from any other source as it can ultimately harm your device. It would be better to wait for the original Springtomize 3 tweak iOS 9 update from its host repo.

It is expected that the Springtomize 3 jailbreak tweak will be launched efficiently on Apple’s new iOS 9 platform, bringing with it different options and tools for customizing newer iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus devices. The tweak currently costs $2.99 and possibly the pricing would remain the same for the forthcoming update.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Download iOS 9.2 Beta 4 Without Developer Account On iDevices

If you like to be the first and try new Apple software updates you can download iOS 9.2 beta 4 without developer account via direct links. Apple has just seeded fourth beta of the upcoming iOS 9.2 software update for all compatible iDevices. Carrying 13C5075 build number this Apple minor update comes after the first iOS 9.2 beta was seeded to developers on October 27, and iOS 9.2 beta 3 was launched just a week ago.


With the iOS 9.2 beta 2 update Apple rolled out support for AT&T’s NumberSync technology two weeks ago. A network-level technology, NumberSync was designed for sharing a phone number with connected devices, regardless of their underlying operating system. Like the second beta, iOS 9.2 beta 4 taps into NumberSync to enable Wi-Fi Calling for AT&T users via their Mac, even if their iPhone is not nearby or is shut down.

Debuted with iOS 9.2 beta 1 seed an improved Safari View Controller is present in iOS 9.2 beta 4, too. With public launch of iOS 9.2 users will be able to reload the web page without Content Blockers and Request Desktop site by long tapping on the Reload button in Safari View Controller, as it does in Safari.

Apple also brought support for Arabic in Siri with iOS 9.2 beta 4. So with public release of iOS 9.2 local users will be able to work with the Siri in Arabic, search for local places, businesses and more.


The iOS 9.2 beta 4 is available via over-the-air update, and through the Apple Developer Center. Apple has also released fourth beta of the upcoming iOS 9.2 software update to testers, who are signed on the Apple Beta Software Program. But it is also possible to download iOS 9.2 beta 4 without developer account and UDID for compatible devices using direct links provided below:

iPod touch:

iPod touch (5th-generation)
iPod touch (6th-generation)

iPhone:

iPhone 5 (A1428)
iPhone 5 (A1429)
iPhone 5C (A1507, A1516, A1526, A1529)
iPhone 5C (A1456, A1532)
iPhone 5S (A1453, A1533)
iPhone 5S (A1457, A1518), __A1528, A1530__
iPhone 6
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 6s
iPhone 6s Plus
iPhone 4s

  iPad:

iPad Air (A1474)
iPad Air (A1475)
iPad Air (A1476)
iPad Air 2 (A1566)
iPad Air 2 (A1567)
iPad 4th Generation (A1458)
iPad 4th Generation (A1459)
iPad 4th Generation (A1460)
iPad Mini (A1432)
iPad Mini (A1454)
iPad Mini (A1455)
iPad Mini 2 (A1489)
iPad Mini 2 (A1490)
iPad Mini 2 (A1491)
iPad Mini 3 (A1599)
iPad Mini 3 (A1600)
iPad Mini 3 (A1601)
iPad mini 4 (WiFi)
iPad mini 4 (Cellular)
iPad Wi-Fi (3rd Generation)
iPad 2 Wi-Fi (Rev A)
iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (CDMA)
iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (ATT)
iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (Verizon)
iPad 2 Wi-Fi
iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (GSM)

 

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Tweak Adds Recent Calls To Notification Center On iOS 9 iPhone

If you miss a call from time to time then you need to check iOS 9 iPhone recent calls Notification Center tweak. No matter how diligent you are or how loud your ringer is, it’s going to happen. But jailbreak offers its way out.


How To Add Recent Calls To Notification Center On iOS 9


If you have a jailbroken iOS 9 device you can add recent calls right into your Notification Center. Jailbreak tweak called Recents 2 does this task. Go to Cydia and download it for free but you will have to pay $1.49 in order for the tweak to actually work.

Once your device Resprings, navigate to Settings and find Recents 2 in the menu. Here is where you will enable and disable the features. So, after reviewing all the information, pull down your Notification Center.

You’ll notice that a Recents tab has been added to the default sections Today and Notifications. If you have not purchased the tweak you can do so by clicking on Recents and hitting Buy.

Hitting the buy button will open up Safari and take you to the developer’s link where you can pay the $1.49. Once you have paid the balance Recents 2 is now available for use. If you head back into the Miscellaneous section of in the app’s menu you will see your new license information as well.

With iOS 9 iPhone recent calls Notification Center tweak you can of course view all recent incoming, outgoing, and missed calls right from the Notification Center. If you click on the contact name it will automatically dial this particular number. If you select the dial pad icon you can go ahead and dial a number right from within the Notification Center as well. This is extremely handy, isn't it.

You can also remove calls from the log by clicking on the X and erasing an item from the call history by clicking on the red delete button.
Recents 2 is a useful tweak, that helps you to quickly respond and view your call history. Never missing a call may be a real challenge, but having jailbroken iPhone and installed Recents 2 makes the whole process streamlined and quick to access.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Download iOS 9.2 Beta 3 Without Developer Account On iDevice

You can download iOS 9.2 beta 3 without UDID because Cupertino-based company has just pushed iOS 9.2 beta 3 for iDevices to registered users of both Apple Developer and Public Beta programs. Carrying 13C71 build number this minor update came after the iOS 9.2 beta 1 was released to developers more than two weeks ago, and the second beta was seeded last week and provided new additions for developers using Safari View Controller and AT&T Wi-Fi calling.


iOS 9.2 brought several bug fixes and enhancements to Safari View Controller. Meanwhile, Apple plans to bring Arabic support for Siri, but that addition will likely go with the final public iOS 9.2 release which starts rolling out across the globe on all compatible devices.

Third-party Action Extensions will now work with the Safari View Controller, and you will also be able to dismiss it using an edge swipe.

It also includes support for NumberSync feature to AT&T customers. This feature allows other devices like Mac or iPad to make and receive calls using a customer’s iPhone number without being connected to the iPhone.

As usual, Apple software update change log is reporting that this release contains bug fixes and some improvements. But currently there are no detailed information on any additional or more significant changes that may be contained in this update, but we’ll be sure to report back if and when we find anything new.


The update is now available as an OTA update for developers running iOS 9.2 beta 2. If your device doesn't run iOS 9.2 beta 2, you will be able to download the full iOS update via the Apple Developer Member Center once Apple adds it.

But you can use these direct links to download iOS 9.2 beta 3 without UDID for compatible iDeveces in case you don't have developer account:

iPhone:

iPhone 5 (A1428)

iPhone 5 (A1429)

iPhone 5C (A1507, A1516, A1526, A1529)

iPhone 5C (A1456, A1532)

iPhone 5S (A1453, A1533)

iPhone 5S (A1457, A1518), __A1528, A1530__

iPhone 6

iPhone 6 Plus

iPhone 6s

iPhone 6s Plus

iPhone 4s

 iPad:

iPad Air (A1474)

iPad Air (A1475)

iPad Air (A1476)

iPad Air 2 (A1566)

iPad Air 2 (A1567)

iPad 4th Generation (A1458)

iPad 4th Generation (A1459)

iPad 4th Generation (A1460)

iPad Mini (A1432)

iPad Mini (A1454)

iPad Mini (A1455)

iPad Mini 2 (A1489)

iPad Mini 2 (A1490)

iPad Mini 2 (A1491)

iPad Mini 3 (A1599)

iPad Mini 3 (A1600)

iPad Mini 3 (A1601)

iPad mini 4 (WiFi)

iPad mini 4 (Cellular)

iPad Wi-Fi (3rd Generation)

iPad 2 Wi-Fi (Rev A)

iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (CDMA)

iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (ATT)

iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (Verizon)

iPad 2 Wi-Fi

iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (GSM)

 iPod touch:

iPod touch (5th-generation)

iPod touch (6th-generation)

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Jailbreaking iOS 9.1 iPhone 6s Is Granted As Legal

Great news for those who are interested is jailbreaking iOS 9.1 iPhone 6s legal. Last week the U.S. Copyright Office confirmed a ruling which granted several exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). If you are not acquainted, DMCA is the law that makes it illegal to circumvent technology restrictions on copyrighted works.

As you know jailbreaking itself liberates iOS devices allowing to install software from a rival to the App Store, and also manually using files downloaded from the internet that is not initially permitted by the manufacturer.

Jailbreaking iPhones have been granted by the Copyright Office has smartphone, but tablets have not been permitted since 2012 ruling. But this time around, the office broadened its exemption to cover smatphones, tablets and smartwatches. So for all intents and purposes, it’s now legal to jailbreak your iPad. What is more the office added to the list an exemption for smart TVs, which contains vatious apps and interactive entertainment options.


Beyond legality of jailbreaking your iOS 9 iPhone 6, Apple tablets and TV, the office made few notable exemptions on the video game front. The exemption allows the bypassing of copy protection measures to preserve a video game in a museum, library or archive.

In conclusion we can say that for the question is jailbreaking iOS 9.1 iPhone 6s legal there is a clear answer - yes.

Back in July 2010, the US government ruled that the jailbreaking, unlocking and rooting of Apple iPhones and Android devices was a legal act, as long as they are not breaking the Copyright Law. Bypassing software restrictions on a lawfully acquired device for security research purposes is also legal under the exemption. Here is important to note that the above mentined rulings aren’t permanent. Every three years, the Copyright Office has the ability to grant exemptions to products and practices.

Of course, today’s news couldn’t have come at a better time. Earlier this month, an Chinese team Pangu has released the jailbreak for all devices running iOS 9 that was subsequently killed by iOS 9.1 public release.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

iOS 9.2 Beta 2 VS 9.1 Performance Comparisons

Since Apple launched its ninth version of mobile software operating system to pubic it has passed already two months and now it is interesting to compare latest releases of iOS 9.2 beta 2 vs 9.1 performance on older iPhones models.

9.1firmware version was launched couple of weeks ago, bringing with it more than 150 new emoji characters, bug fixes and performance improvements for Live Photos. As for iOS 9.2 then currently it is in beta testing for both developers and public testers. Both versions of the beta are the same, with iOS 9.2 beta 2 currently in testing.


Even though this is a beta release, there are users who are interested in what enhancements latest build brings to the table, and if this release’s initial impressions are anything to go by, there isn’t a lot that’s new. As Apple didn't brings any noticeable changing in features, attention turns to performance. Is iOS 9.2 will be ultra high-speed when compared to other versions of Apple’s iOS?
So let's find out it in iOS 9.2 beta 2 vs 9.1 comparison.

A lot of users have been complaining about poor performance of their iDevice after upgrading to iOS 9.1. The issues include faster battery draining, slower speed and others. However, most of the people who are complaining about iOS 9.1 are actually using it on their iPhone 5 or iPhone 4s. So iAppleBytes posted a series of YouTube videos. They compare iOS 9.2 in its current beta form against the latest public version, iOS 9.1. In their tests on older Apple models such as the iPhone 4s and iPhone 5, the difference in speed between the two releases is noticeable, with iOS 9.2 proving quite a bit quicker than 9.1.



You will notice the difference in speed that will start to reduce with newer iPhones, though, with even the iPhone 5s proving to narrow the margin. We would imagine that iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s users wouldn’t notice much of a difference, if at all.



As you can see from the iOS 9.2 beta 2 vs 9.1 performance comparison videos Apple’s quest to improve performance on older devices should not be overlooked, especially with ageing Android devices rarely getting the latest software at all. So if you have one of Apple’s older smartphones, then iOS 9.2 could be good for you, and it shouldn’t be too far off an official release either.

Saturday, November 7, 2015

iOS 9.1 App Store Not Working Issue Fix Tips

We have tried to find the iOS 9.1 App Store not working issue fix tips, as many users have left multiple reports about this type of problem. If we will go back to 2014 then at the end of the year, an issue affected many iOS users experiencing an inability to connect to the App Store, or any other Apple services through their Apple ID. At that time the fix was seemingly simple enough: sign out and then sign back in through the App Store on the affected iDevice.

And now a lot of iOS 9.1 users are also experiencing the same issue, despite the fact that iOS 9.1‘s release was meant to fix a similar issue many were facing on iOS 9.0.2 devices. And here that simple tip to fix this issue doesn't work. What is more for many the issue has extended beyond just the App Store.

Frustrated users in their reports indicates that their Apple ID seems unusable on their iOS device. As many users point out, accessing Game Center, the App Store, or even Apple Music. The other interesting thing is that users were successful in logging out on their device, aren’t able to sign back in at all, rendering the iPhone useless as it can’t access their Apple ID.

Trying to find how to fix App Store connectivity issues on iOS 9.1users have rebooted their devices, reset them, but nothing is working in their case. Other users stated that they were able to sign back into the App Store after they’ve signed out, but unfortunately, the Store was empty. It didn’t show any past purchases, updates to installed apps.

Some can use Game Center, but not Apple Music or the App Store. Others can still access Apple Music, but the App Store and Game Center are inaccessible, while other variations of accessibility exist as well.

We can say in conclusion that all that effected by this issue devices have been upgraded to iOS 9.1update. It should also be mentioned here that most of reported users indicated they haven't experienced the issue running iOS 9.0.2 firmware.

So the only iOS 9.1 App Store not working issue fix should come from Apple in the form of iOS updates. Currently Apple seeded iOS 9.2 beta 2 to developers, but it isn't unknown whether this minor update carries the fix or not. Also you can not downgrade back to more stable 9.0.2 version as Apple has closed this signing window.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Download iOS 9.2 Beta 2 Without Developer Account On iDevice

If you like to test fresh Apple' software updates then it is possible to download iOS 9.2 beta 2 without UDID, as the company has just seeded this second beta update to developers with 13C5060d build number. The iOS 9.2 beta 1 was seeded to developers a week ago and two weeks after Apple released 9.1 firmware to public carrying improvements to Live Photos, a set of 150 new emoji characters and several under-the-hood fixes for issues that users have been reported about since the iOS 9 launch.


 Here all iDevices that are compatible with iOS 9.2 beta 2 update :
  • iPod Touch 5, 6
  • iPad Air 1 , 2 , iPad 2 , 3 , 4 , iPad Mini 1 , 2 , 3 , 4
  • iPhone 4S , 5 , 5C , 5S , 6 , 6 Plus , 6S , 6S Plus
As always, iOS 9.2 beta 2 brought few bug fixes and improvements. The major change is the new edge swipe-to-dismiss for Safari View Controller that is the new window that opens up when you tap on a link in some apps.
Apple also indicates that if when users are setting up iCloud keychain and get a Could Not Set Up iCloud Keychain error, then to fix this issue they should reboot their iDevices.
As per bugs then the second beta brought fix for the bug that caused the stocks glance to go missing when you un-paired and re-paired your Apple Watch. Also the syncing music issue with wearable device is now also fixed.
The iOS 9.2 beta 2 is available via over-the-air update, and through the Apple Developer Center. Apple should also release the public beta soon.
But if you don't want to spend money for developer account then here are direct links for compatible devices to download iOS 9.2 beta 2 without UDID:
iPhone:

 iPad:

 iPod touch:

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

iOS 9.1 iPhone Jailbreak Untethered Is Developed

If you have been trying to find iOS 9.1 iPhone jailbreak untethered then we have some news for you. Vulnerability and exploit acquisition platform Zerodium had announced a $1 million dollar bounty for an untethered browser-based jailbreak for iOS 9 right after the iOS software update was launched by Apple.

It looks like they have their winners, as a team who made a remote browser-based iOS 9.1 untethered jailbreak has apparently come forward. The jailbreak also works on iOS 9.2, which has currently been seeded to developers. But don’t get your hopes too high.

Apple had patched two vulnerabilities in iOS 9.1 used by the Pangu 9 jailbreak. It is quite an incredible achievement as browser-based exploit is considered extremely difficult. They are also the easiest ways to jailbreak iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The last browser-based jailbreak for iOS devices was JailbreakMe that was launched back in 2011 by a well-known hacker comex.

Zerodium, in exchange for its $1 million, now has its iOS exploit and they will likely never be sharing any more information about something that has cost it quite the tidy sum of money. And it looks like that they are not going to release it in the form of iOS 9.1 iPhone jailbreak untethered tool to public. It is unclear for what purpose this one million dollar hack will be used for.


So iOS 9.1 jailbreak release date stays unknown. But we are sure that others teams are not working to make iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2 jailbreakable, even if the hack turns out to be less elegant than the one that cost Zerodium a cool million dollars.

It remains to be seen if Pangu team or other jailbreak teams can discover the exploits in iOS 9.1/iOS 9.2 firmwares. Hope it will be very soon.

How To Fix Cydia Fetch Error On iOS 9 Jailbroken Device

We offer the useful guide to fix iOS 9 jailbreak failed to fetch issue for those user who have encountered with this annoying issue on Cydia. According to users reports they faced with fetch error on Cydia after successfully jailbreaking their iDevices using Pangu jailbreak tool for Mac.


One of the frustrated users stated that when he has launched Cydia for the first time, it has taken some time “Preparing Filesystem” and it has resprung the device as usual. But when he has launched Cydia, he has kept getting “Failed to fetch http://apt.saurik.com/dists/ios/1240.10/main/binary-iphoneos-arm/Packages.bz2 Hash Sum mismatch” error, as shown on the picture below. In result Cydia wasn’t able to load all the repos and the packages, making it impossible to install new jailbreak tweaks. With this problem you are pointless on what to do with your jailbroken device.


He added that he has tried several tips to fix the issue such as erasing Cydia and relaunching it, rebooting iPhone, using the volume up trick while rebooting, but it did not seem to help. He has been getting the “failed to fetch” error again. Tapping on Refresh also resulted in the same error.


How To Fix Cydia Fetch Error On iOS 9 Jailbreak


We found out one solution that helped us to fix this error.

Step 1.Toggle OFF Wi-Fi from Settings > Wi-Fi.

Step 2. Toggle ON Cellular / Mobile data from Settings > Mobile > Mobile Data (Some users will have Cellular data instead of Mobile data).

Step 3.Now launch Cydia app, click on Sources located at bottom.

Step 4. Click on Refresh option located in top-left corner.

Step 5. At this moment, the "failed to fetch" error message should resurface, albeit without the second part - "Hash Sum mismatch", as seen in the earlier message.


Step 6. Again click on Sources tab in Cydia and click on the Refresh option. Cydia will reload the data successfully this time.

Hope this iOS 9 jailbreak failed to fetch issue fix guide will help you to resolve the problem.

Monday, November 2, 2015

How To Enable Unicode Face Keyboard On iOS 9 iPhone

You can easily enable iOS 9 unicode face keyboard on your jailbroken device using the new Cydia tweak. This new jailbreak tweak called Unicode Faces allows users to add a unicode face keyboard to your jailbroken iOS device. The tweak, which is compatible with both iOS 8 and iOS 9, makes it easy to input over two dozen Unicode faces using a specially designed keyboard.

The Unicode Faces is really easy in use. Once you install Unicode Faces, you’ll need to find the tweak’s preference panel in the stock Settings app. Then inside of tweak's preferences, you’ll spot a section used for activating the Unicode Faces keyboard.

Users have the option of using a tap-and-hold on the emoji button, or on the space bar. You can easily try them both out. I was able to get the tweak working well with a tap-and-hold on the space bar but for some incomprehensible reasons I found that I couldn’t get the emoji button activation to work properly.


The big advantage of using Unicode Faces is that the keyboard appears as a quick overlay on top of the current keyboard. This is really handy. It means that you don’t actually need to switch between keyboards, and instead, the unicode faces appear only when you need it and quickly goes away when you don’t. Isn't it great?


After launching Unicode Faces, you’ll see a list of different faces to choose from. It’s certainly far from a groundbreaking tweak, but some users prefer this style of unicode faces over the typical emoji icon. If you one of them, then you should definitely head over to the BigBoss repo and grab Unicode Faces for a spin. The big advantage is that the tweak supports both 8 and 9 version firmwares. So you can download Unicode Faces even if your iOS 8.4 device is jailbroken with TaiG tool or 9.0.2 device with Pangu tool.