TaiG Windows jailbreak tutorial for iOS 8.1.1

Written on November 29th, 2014 | by neluttu

TaiG jailbreak iOS 8.1.1

So everyone got surprised by the chinese team TaiG releasing a new jailbreak tool for iOS 8.1.1. All things all right so far; as usual hacker @i0n1c complains that they stole his exploits (again). But I’m sure you’re not interested in all that drama.

TaiG jailbreak is available for all iDevices running iOS 8.0, 8.0.2, 8.1 and yes, 8.1.1. If you’re a developer, TaiG v.1.0 works with iOS 8.2 beta 1 too. If you’re a regular user, I suggest not installing the beta version of iOS 8.2. Read the rest


Where are the songs Siri recognized for me?

Written on November 1st, 2014 | by neluttu


Since iOS 8 came out, Siri works with Shazam to recognize songs that are playing around you. That’s kinda cool. But where are all the songs Siri recognized? Is there a special list?

Well yes. I found out about it a few days ago. On your iPhone / iPad / iPod you need to launch the iTunes Store app and click on the top right “hamburger menu” icon. This will bring up a new screen with three tabs: “Wish List”, “Siri” and “Previews”. Read the rest


Got an iPhone? Wanna know when you’re gonna die?

Written on November 1st, 2014 | by neluttu

Well, this app – Deadline. – can tell you when you’re going to die, based on the data from the Health app. The app isn’t quite that accurate, but it can get close.

Deadline – Watch your Life, Make it Count
by Gist LLC free

Alaric Cole, the developer and coder of Fitly – app for tracking your steps, says he used algorithms similar to the ones insurance companies use to generate the estimate. So if you’re keen to find out how many days you have left, get this app from the App Store right now! Read the rest


PanGu 8 Windows jailbreak tutorial for iOS 8 – 8.1

Written on November 1st, 2014 | by neluttu


@PanGuTeam has finally released a stable version of their jailbreak software (PanGu8). Version 1.1.0 brings alot of fixes and automatically installs Cydia after the jailbreak, no more SSH-ing for the average user. All iDevices running iOS 8 – 8.1 are supported by the PanGu jailbreak.

Before jailbreaking, be sure to BACKUP your iDevice in iCloud and in iTunes (to be safe).

Jailbreak tutorial with PanGu8 for iOS 8.0 – 8.0.2 – 8.1

1. Did you backup your iDevice? Good.

2. Download PanGu v.1.1.0 from here. Read the rest


Reasons not to update to iOS 8, at least not yet

Written on September 17th, 2014 | by neluttu

This article reflects my sole point of view and my needs from a jailbroken iOS device (mainly – the iPhone). I’ve been a jailbreaker sincer my first iPhone 3G and I’m loving it. I’m going to give you a few reasons not to upgrade just yet to iOS 8 this friday.

If you’re not a jailbreaker and you don’t want to jailbreak your iDevice, please just close this browser tab.

I installed this week, Apple’s iOS 8 GM firmware just to see how it runs on my iPhone 5s and what are the new features. Read the rest


Pangu jailbreak version 1.1 available – many bugfixes

Written on June 29th, 2014 | by neluttu

Pangu.io team has just released a new version of their jailbreak software with many bug fixes – including the bootloop error.

You can download this new version from www.jailbreaktools.com or from their official website www.pangu.io

Here’s the complete changelog for Pangu v.1.1:

1. Mac version is also available – download from www.jailbreaktools.com

2. PanGu has removed the option to install 25pp.

3. Compression resources, significantly reduce program size.

4. Solve some of the equipment card Pangu logo infinite reboot problem. Read the rest


Quick fix for Pangu jailbreak bootloop error on iOS 7.1.1 / 7.1.0

Written on June 26th, 2014 | by neluttu

I just read a new post on /r/jailbreak from user DagMeow how points out that the bootloop error on some iDevices jailbroken with Pangu software is caused by the ambient light sensor.

Although it seems very weird, other users reported the fix as a valid one.

You will probably get a bootloop if your iDevice is in a dark room while rebooting. But if you point a flashlight above the light sensor while it is rebooting, the boot process goes well. Read the rest


Pangu iOS 7.1.0 / 7.1.1 jailbreak – everything you need to know

Written on June 24th, 2014 | by neluttu


Yesterday, Chinese team named “Pangu” has been released a new jailbreak tool that is compatible with iOS 7.1.0 / 7.1.1. Everything works great if you follow our Pangu iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak tutorial, but there are a few things that you might need to know about this tool and team.

Some bugs used in this jailbreak were originaly discovered by iOS hacker @i0n1c and made available to the public through his iOS hacking training classes. According to him, team Pangu had no right to use those bugs to build a public jailbreak. Read the rest


Pangu jailbreak for iOS 7.1.0 and iOS 7.1.1 – all iDevices

Written on June 23rd, 2014 | by neluttu


Ok, so a new jailbreak has been released today, its name is Pangu and it can jailbreak all iDevices running on iOS 7.1.0 and iOS 7.1.1.

Pangu 1.0 jailbreak tutorial:

0. Backup your iDevice data !!! And turn off your PassCode if you have any (for now).

1. Download Pangu jailbreak from www.jailbreaktools.com

2. Be sure your iDevice is already running iOS 7.1.0/7.1.1

3. Open Pangu app on your computer and leave it open.

4. On your iDevice, go to Settings > General > Date and Time. Read the rest


JailbreakCon – WWJC 2014 edition – watch it right now

Written on April 16th, 2014 | by neluttu


JailbreakCon (WWJC) is the only event of its kind where the iOS jailbreaking community gathers to meet each other in real life and talk about the iOS devices, jailbreak exploits, extensions (tweaks), and themes that we love.

In this post we have posted the entire WWJC event for you to watch. JailbreakCon took place on Saturday and Sunday, April 12-13, 2014, at the South San Francisco Conference Center, 255 South Airport Boulevard, South San Francisco, CA.


Official JailbreakCon website is www.jailbreakcon.com, you can visit the website to see past events. Read the rest

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