Hi all! Hope you are doing well!

I have been jailbreaking a lot of iPhone 4′s and 5′s for my friends over the past couple weeks or so. People are pretty excited about their iOS version 7′s, and they have figured out how much more they can get out of a jailbroken iPhone!  There’s a lot of information floating around “out there” on the net about jailbreaks, and I have been getting a lot of questions about what’s the best ios 7 jailbreak. I’ve been testing different iPhone 4 and 5 jailbreaks for iOS 7-7.0.6 and even 7.1. I’ve been jailbreaking iOS 7 since the first beta version for developers came out – so I thought I would clue you guys in!

A Jailbreak IS available

A lot of people lately have claimed that there is not yet a jailbreak available for iPhone 4/s and 5/s/c running ios 7+, but this is a false claim. There is a jailbreak available for all the iOS 7.x’s. It just isn’t been released for free this time because of Apple’s tendency to fix the security issues that made the jailbreak possible in the first place. They tend not to notice so quickly if the jailbreak doesn’t become too popular too fast, so it has been a little difficult to find. That is why I have checked out the good and bad and come up with the best solutions for you.

What is jailbreaking?

Jailbreaking gives you a ton of new options on your iPhone. Before you jailbreak your phone, you only have access to the regular iTunes Apps store and all the apps that Apple approved. But after jailbreaking your iPhone, you have Cydia, a whole new app store where most of the best stuff is actually free. These apps are not approved by Apple because they’re very powerful, and can do things with your phone that regular phones are not “allowed to” (for example, you can record phone calls, or put double as many icons on the homepage etc etc). You can download screen savers, pictures, themes and ringtones. You can even make your iPhone look like an Android if you want!

Top ios 7 jailbreaks for iPhone 4/s and iPhone 5/s/c

The jailbreaks I will talk about in a moment are easy to use, and even if you make a mistake you don’t have to worry because have a support team to help you if you get confused, which isn’t likely. You almost have to try to mess this thing up, even if you aren’t tech savvy.

One more thing, and this is important. I really recommend that you do not ever  try to hack your phone by yourself, with some of the software hackers online use. Unless you are a hacker, you don’t know what you’re doing and you are putting your phone at risk of being bricked.

That means you may lose all of your apps, contacts, history, everything… I have done it before and it only took one time for me to learn my lesson, and what an expensive lesson it was! Always use trusted software solutions with proper customer support – like the ones below – and you won’t have to worry about messing up your iPhone.

#1 iJailbreak Pro (editor’s best choice for iOS 7 – 7.1 Jailbreak for iPhone 4′s and iPhone 5′s!)

I recently came across these guys and they have impressed me from day one! Of all of the jailbreaks I have done, this has absolutely been my favorite software to use. Not to mentions these guys are the only ones I have seen who have the kahoonas to advertise the iOS 7 jailbreak on their sales page. They must be pretty confident that it works! The other guys are too scared of their stuff not really working out too well and pressure from Apple. Oh well.

I have used these guys quite a few times to jailbreak iOS 7 on various dwevices. I have never had a jailbreak take longer than 5 minutes to complete. Plus they have a 30 day, no questions asked, money back guarantee, so you really don’t have to risk anything. If for any reason you are unsatisfied, you can always go back to factory settings without any problem.

When you do the jailbreak, you also get unlock included in the price. Now that is something I haven’t seen elsewhere! Most of the time you get one or the other. Unlocking, for those of you who are unfamiliar with the term, means that you can use any carrier you want, as long as you get a sim card, and you don’t have to deal with contracts.

Customer support definitely deserves mentioning here. I talked to the guy who runs the site, and I could tell he really cares and isn’t in it just for the money. He really wants to help people get the most out of their iPhones. He gave me a lot of good advice and took the time to tell me a lot of little extra things that I didn’t know about, for which I was very grateful.

I give them a 10 out of 10! The jailbreak is very fast, the customer support is fantastic and the price is very reasonable. Check out their site here.

#2 Apple Unlocker

It has been a while since I have done a jailbreak using these guys. They aren’t too bad, but iJailbreak Pro is a lot better so I go with them. Apple Unlocker used to be my favorite, though, so I know the software does work. But it takes a bit longer. I have waited around 20 minutes for a jailbreak to complete a couple of times.

One word of warning if you do use this site, customer support isn’t too great. I have had to contact them a couple of times and because they have no phone number listed I had to contact them through email. It took them almost a full 24 hours to get back to me. That means I missed texts, calls, and couldn’t do anything else with my phone for that entire time. I wasn’t pleased.

They are decently priced, but they don’t offer all the little extras that come with iJailbreak Pro, so I would really only backtrack to these guys if the iJailbreak Pro site were down or otherwise unavailable.

I give them a 7 out of 10. Their software does what it is supposed to do but they really need to be more efficient with jailbreak times and customer support. Check out their site here.

#3 iJailbreak Tool

Alright. The other two options are much, much better than this one. As a matter-of-fact, I actually only recommend iJailbreak Tool as a last resort, because it is better than trying to use the hacker guides I warned you about earlier. Other than that, you will find endless frustration with this site.

Customer support is the worst. They do have a phone number listed, but it is in India, so good luck with that unless you have an awesome calling plan or feel like paying an outrageous phone bill. They have an email option, but it takes a few hours for them to get back to you, and even then it is hard to understand what they are saying because of the lack of native English communication skills.

The instructions they provide are the same way- written by non native English speakers. So they are nearly impossible to get through. Very frustrating!

Then there is the time… It takes nearly 30 minutes to do the jailbreak. Every. Single. Time. Ugh! I am not a patient person. Period. So this is even worse for me than trying to navigate the instructions.

I give these guys a 5 out of 10, just because I know the software works. Other than that, though, avoid the headache if possible. Check them out here.

To sum it up

All in all my favorite iOS 7+ jailbreak solution for iPhone 4′s and 5′s is iJailbreak Pro. Check them out and buy with confidence.

You can use the other 2 and get a jailbreak without compromising your phone. However, you will get slower jailbreak time and customer support isn’t as reliable.

Either way, good luck and enjoy! I hope this article helps  :)


ideviceEarlier this year, Mobile Substrate received much needed support for the iOS 7 jailbreak and for the new 64-bit iOS devices. As time goes on, most of the more popular apps in Cydia have also received the relevant updates and support in order to work with these newer devices.

Most of the apps in Cydia will work seamlessly with the iPad 3 and lower and the iPhone 5C and below. However, the iPad Air, iPad Mini 2 and iPhone 5S are a bit special.

They have the new A7 64-bit chip and support is taking a little longer. However, some have been done and, for those of you who intend to install the iOS 7 jailbreak on one of these devices, here are four tweaks that will definitely work with the 64-bit architecture:

Simplock – Free – ModMyi Repo

When you unlock an iOS 7 device, you simply slide your finger across the screen. There is no need to use the slider, you can swipe anywhere on the screen and it will work. So, this makes the Slide to Unlock text pretty darn useless.

Simplock lets you hide the text and opens up the screen a little, making it look less cluttered.  You still unlock in exactly the same way though, by sliding across the screen.  There are no configuration options; it is a very simple tweak.

ClearFolders – Free – ModMyi Repo

ClearFolders takes away the background from your folders when you jailbreak iOS 7 and is a must-have for those who do not like the stock backgrounds.  This is another one that has no configuration options, it simply removes the background.

Zeppelin – Free – ModMyi Repo

Zeppelin lets you change your carrier text and put an image in its place.  It is a tweak that relies on Mobile Substrate so you will not see an icon on your home screen for it.  Replacing carrier text with a log can free up quite a lot of space on your status bar. There are a number of logos included in the iOS 7 jailbreak tweak, including:

  • Assassin’s Creek
  • Aperture Science
  • Android
  • Blue Cloud
  • Beats by dre
  • Batman
  • Infiniti
  • Pac Man
  • Superman
  • Space Invaders
  • TriForce

If you are not enamored of any of these, you can add your own by SSHing into your iOS device after you have installed the iOS 7 jailbreak and add your choice of images to this folder: /Library/Zeppelin

3G Unrestrictor 5 – $3.99 – BigBoss Repo

One of the more popular jailbreak apps, 3G Unrestrictor has finally received 64-bit support. It enables you to make FaceTime calls on your 3G network, as well as watching YouTube videos and downloading large files. Be careful using this one of you do not have an unlimited data plan – it could end up costing you big money!

Each of the four iOS 7 jailbreak apps listed are fully compatible with iOS 7 and 64-bit architecture. As time goes on, more and more tweaks will become available so stay tuned to this page as we bring you all the latest when you jailbreak iOS 7.


Temi-della-SettimanaVirtually every week since the iOS 7 jailbreak was released, new tweaks and apps have been appearing in Cydia, including a lot of new themes.

Today we look at eleven of the latest themes, some brand new, some older ones updated with iOS 7 support, for those wishing to jailbreak iOS 7 and change the way their iPhone or iPad looks forever:

Aromy – $2 – MacCiti Repo

This is a great new theme for the iOS 7 jailbreak with a wonderful color scheme and more than 150 icons for users to choose from. As with all of these themes, WinterBoard is required for it to work.

Claymation – Free – BigBoss Repo

A very simple theme and one that is free although, if you like it, you can always make a small donation to the developer to recompense him for his time and effort.

WhiteiOS7 – Free – ModMyi Repo

Although this iOS 7 jailbreak theme does not look a whole heap different from the standard iOS user interface, it does brighten things up a bit and looks fantastic if you couple to with a light, fairly plain wallpaper.

Primus HD – $1.99 – MacCiti Repo

This one is a little different from the normal type of theme we see in Cydia. Instead of the usual square icons with rounded edges, you get rectangles that have a lot more depth to them and more in the way of detail too.

iQuartz – $2.50 – ModMyi Repo

iQuartz is an older theme that has now received updated support for the iOS 7 jailbreak. It was originally developed to support older iPhones like the iPhone 5 and 4S. It has a number of cool features including:

  • Combined widget for weather and clock
  • Lock screen theme
  • SBSettings theme
  • UISounds, and much more besides

To get the best out of iQuartz, when you jailbreak iOS 7, download the following apps and tweaks as well:

  • Gridlock2 – help for placing the icons
  • Lock Screen Clock Hide and Lock Screen DimDelay
  • SBSettings

Era – Free – MacCiti Repo

Era is another one of the old favorites, updated to support the iOS 7 jailbreak. It comes in 2 shades – dark and white.


This is a brand new WinterBoard theme that works on the following devices:

  • iPhone 4
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 5S

It has an impressive 60 different icons, Folders for FolderIcon, alconomatic mask, Iconoclasm layout, a few wallpapers and several different color schemes including Red, Blue, Green and Magenta.  To make the most out of it you should download the other apps mentioned above – Iconoclasm and FolderIcons.

iSkeuos – $2.50 – ModMyi Repo

iSkeuos is a highly colored WinterBoard theme for both the iPad and the iPhone. There are more than 150 icons and loads of different wallpapers to choose from – a neat theme for the iOS 7 jailbreak.


Another older theme that has received support for the iOS 7 jailbreak, it is compatible with the following devices:

  • iPod Touch Retina
  • iPhone 4
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 5S
  • iPhone 5C
  • All models of iPad

Hiro includes more than 200 icons, loads of wallpapers and 9 different widgets.

Myrea – $1.99 – ModMyi Repo

Myrea is a brand new theme that you should think about downloading when you jailbreak iOS 7. Included are over 120 different icons and a layer mask for apps that do not have an icon.

Neurotech7 – $2.00 – ModMyi Repo

This is another updated WinterBoard theme that is well worth checking out when you jailbreak iOS 7.  It is fully compatible with the following devices:

  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 5S
  • iPhone 5C
  • iPod Touch 5

Every week more themes appear on Cydia, along with tons more apps and tweaks for iOS 7. Far from killing off jailbreaking, as some believed iOS 7 would do, it has actually provided more for the developers to work with and those who choose to jailbreak iOS 7 are the ones who reap the rewards – fantastic looking themes and great tweaks.


Featured6There are tons of great apps on Cydia, most of which are compatible with both the iPhone and the iPad. While a good many are free to install, there are some that make a small charge, although the amount is never enough to break the bank!

There are some that really are worth paying for – even the free ones occasionally ask for donations to the developer, to repay them for their hard work. Here are 7 of the best paid tweaks that are well worth the money:

Nitr0us – $0.99

Nitr0us is for those of you who jailbreak iOS 7 to speed things up.  If you use other browsers, you will probably have noticed that safari is a lot quicker. This is because Apple uses the Nitro JavaScript Engine but they will not let any third party app access it.

That is what Nitr0us does – lets other apps access the Engine. It works with those apps that have internet access and use a WebKit Browser.

BioLockDown – $1.99

BioLockDown is only for the iPhone 5S as it is a Touch ID tweak for the iOS 7 jailbreak.  It allows you to add fingerprint access to a number of apps, settings and control center toggles.

This stops nosy people from seeing what is going on and for changing the settings on your iPhone 5S, an extremely useful tweak.

Controllers for All – $1.99

iOS 7 games controllers are not all they are cracked up to be and they are expensive, especially compared to the PlayStation and Xbox controllers.  This iOS 7 jailbreak app, Controllers for All, lets you use a PS 3 or PS 4 DualShock controller with your iPhone or iPad.

The controller will immediately be recognized as an MFi (made for iPhone/iPad/iPod) controller so you can play all MFi compatible games using it.

You do need to pair up your controller with your device first but this is quite painless and is well worth it.

iKeywi – $1.99

iKeywi is not a new jailbreak tweak by any means but it has recently received support for the iOS 7  jailbreak. What it does is adds a 5th row of keys to your virtual keyboard. And, even better, you can customize what shows up on that extra row, be it numbers, symbols, even emoji and emoticons.

It saves you having to keep hopping back and forth between keyboards although it does have one drawback – the rest of the keys on the keyboard do shrink so it is perhaps not suitable for those with larger fingers.

Icon Tool – $0.99

This is one of the best iOS 7 jailbreak tweaks for those who want to manage apps and data.  If you triple tap on an icon when in Jiggle mode, a new menu appears, allowing you to choose from options such as using iFile to open the app, clearing out the cache data for the app, clearing notification badges, back up the data for the app, rename the icon or restore data.

CleverPin – $1.99

CleverPin is a very clever tweak for the iOS 7 jailbreak.  You need a good strong passcode to keep your iPhone or iPad safe should it be stolen or lost.  However, when you are at home, it is not likely to be stolen.

CleverPin detects when you are on your home Wi-Fi network and it disables your passcode. As soon as you leave home, the passcode is re-enabled.

One thing to note if you have an iPhone 5S – if you use this iOS 7 jailbreak tweak, your Touch ID sensor will be disabled completely.  If you don’t want that to happen, do not use CleverPin.

Springtomize 3 – $2.99

Every version of Springtomize is well worth the money it costs. It’s a great all round iOS 7 jailbreak tweak, with loads of different customizations and settings for you to play around with. You can completely change your iPhone or iPad by hiding apps you don’t use, make the icons a different size, add folders within folders, change the fonts and more besides.

Springtomize 3 is essentially several tweaks in one and is a great choice for those who want the benefits of jailbreaking without downloading hundreds of different apps.



Download Auxo 2 for the iOS 7 Jailbreak

by admin on April 5, 2014

jbios7 auxoWhen Apple showed off iOS 7 at their WWDC in 2013, one of the first thoughts that went through some people’s minds was – Auxo is dead. Now, for those who don’t know what Auxo is, it’s an extremely popular app found in Cydia that challenged Apples iOS app switcher and multitasking features to a bit of a duel.

Even the app developer, Sentry, believed that he had lost when iOS 7 appeared but he came back out fighting and has now given us, just for the iOS 7 jailbreak, Auxo 2.  This will please jailbreakers no end because, to be perfectly frank, Apples iOS 7 app switcher is a bit of a mess.

Let’s take a closer look at what Auxo 2 brings to the iOS 7 jailbreak:

Quick Switcher

If you originally downloaded Auxo with the previous jailbreak, you will absolutely love the version Sentry has provided for when you jailbreak iOS 7.  It has a very neat feature called Quick Switcher allows you to switch the app you are using for another one with just a gesture.

All you do is zoom drag up the screen from the left hand corner at the bottom. 6 app icons will appear and if you drag right across the screen, you can change apps. It might take a little bit of getting used to but you will get the hang of it.

Multi Center

Multi-Center combines the Control Center with the App switcher, placing the control center toggles and features in the app switcher.  You can also kill off all apps in one hit, select apps with simple gestures and access all your system setting toggles and music controls.

Hot Corners

When you jailbreak iOS 7 you do it for a reason. Auxo 2 is one of those reasons.  Hot Corners lets you shut down any app that is open provided you have both Quick Switch and Multi-Center open at the same time. A series of gestures allow you to open and close apps and features very easily.

Advanced Options

Auxo 2 contains a number of advanced options that let you customize the iOS 7 jailbreak app to your liking.  If certain settings and toggles are no longer in use, Auxo 2 removes the option to change them – only temporarily of course.

Minimal Display

This is another good feature of one of the best apps to download when you jailbreak iOS 7 Minimal Display lets you hide AirPlay and Airdrop as well as the track scrubber.  There are a number of customization options within this feature that make it easy to use.

Open to the Last App

If you open the Multi Center, you can very easily switch between 2 apps, which is great if you need to copy or gather information from one app and put it in another.


If you are planning to jailbreak iOS 7 make sure you download Auxo 2. We have not covered all of the features here; there simply would not be time. For those of you that have already used Auxo, be prepared for something different – this is much more advanced than the original jailbreak app.

If you do already have the license for Auxo and you install the iOS 7 jailbreak, you will only pay $1.99 to upgrade. For a new user it will cost $3.99 but, for what you get for that sum, it is totally worth it.


9 Interesting Apps for the iOS 7 Jailbreak

by admin on April 3, 2014

jbios7.1By now, you have probably installed the iOS 7 jailbreak. If not, do it now because we have some pretty interesting apps for you to download from Cydia.

All of these have either been released or updated to support iOS 7 and, while most are free, those that you do have to pay for are well worth the cost.

Before we start, while some of these apps are readily available in one of the default repos in Cydia, for the others, you will need to add the repository:

  • Open Cydia
  • Tap on Manage>Sources>Edit>Add
  • Type in the URL – we have supplied them where needed with the app below
  • Tap on Add Source
  • Download the app

TinyBar – http://www.repo.alexzielenski.com

With iOS 6 quite a few users were irritated by the amount of screen space the banner notifications took up.  The problem has not gotten any better with iOS 7 so, once again, a jailbreak developer comes to the rescue. Scroll through the whole email or text message, etc.

TinyBar is free to download, just add the repository above to Cydia.

NCAllOnly – BigBoss repo

As with almost all of iOS 7, the Notification Center got a fair bit of attention as well with a few new features.  Tabbed notifications made an appearance, splitting your notifications into 3 sections – Today, Missed and All. Now, the missed tab seems a bit of a waste because the notification will appear in the All tab anyway.

When you jailbreak iOS 7, you can download an app called NCAllOnly. This allows you to get rid of the Today and the Missed tabs and just use the All section if you prefer.

FlipControlCenter – http://www.rpetri.ch/repo

Another neat app for the iOS 7 jailbreak is this one.  On its own, you get to take control of the Control Center toggles, being able to switch them from the top of the Control Center panel with the Quick launch buttons at the bottom for any app that has compatibility with FlipSwitch.

There are a number of extensions you can add to FlipControlCenter as well – HueHueHue gives you an additional toggle that can be used in your Control Center for quick access to, let’s say, Phillips Hue lightbulbs – you can turn them on and off with this iOS 7 jailbreak app.

You can disable your toggles from appearing on the lock screen, making it safe from unauthorized use.

Couria - http://cydia.qusic.me

If you jailbreak iOS 7 with the intention of downloading one of those Quick Reply message apps, consider this one. Couria enables you to tap on a new notification to bring up a Quick Reply panel, eliminating the need to exit the app you are in first.

SMSContactPhotos7 – BigBoss repo

The name might be a bit of a mouthful but the app itself is simple.  It adds contact photos to your Message threads and to Chat Bubbles. That way you can see at a glance who the message is from and, when live chatting, you get photos of you and your chat contact.

Swipey ($1.99) – BigBoss repo

If you decide to jailbreak iOS 7 because you want to add to the lock screen, Swipey might be the jailbreak app for you.  A left to right swipe unlocks your unjailbroken iPhone but a right to left doesn’t do anything.

Swipey allows you to add up to 6 apps to a launcher that appears when you swipe right to left.  Each app gets its own card preview and, to launch a specific one, simply stop and wait a second; the app will open up.

BioLockdown ($1.99) – BigBoss repo

This one is for the iPhone 5S and the Touch ID sensor. Use it to set up fingerprints access to open specific apps, toggles or pages that you want locked for security.

BioLaunch ($.99) – BigBoss repo

A little similar to BioProtect, BioLaunch allows you to assign apps to fingerprint. Say you want to assign a thumbprint to a specific game; instead of hunting through your home screens, simply scan your thumbprint and that app will open.

There are a number of configuration options that make the jailbreak app work a little better ad it is fully compatible with BioLockdown.

Controllers for All ($1.99) – ModMyi repo

Although support for third party game controllers was included with iOS 7, so far not many good ones have arrived. An iOS 7 jailbreak app called Controllers for All, allows you to use your PS 3 controller over Bluetooth and play any control supported game.

The iOS 7 jailbreak has produced a large number of exciting and useful apps; these are just a fraction of some of the good ones available in Cydia.


hideMe7LiteWhile iOS 7 may be the most revolutionary firmware we have ever seen from Apple, it does contain an awful lot of irritating features.  Unfortunately, although one or two can, many of these features cannot just be disabled through the Settings app.

Today we are going to look at ways to remove some of the more annoying features regarding the status bar, springboard, control center and lock screen.

First, though, you must install the iOS 7 jailbreak.  Once you have done that, head into Cydia and download an app called HideMe7 Lite.

When the app has installed, respring your iOS 7 device and open your settings app.  In a moment, we will go over how to change some of the preferences within the app to get rid of certain iOS 7 features. First, though, every time you make a change in this app you must remember to respring your device, otherwise the changes will not take effect.

How to Hide Features on the Lock Screen

Open up your Settings app and locate HideMe7 Lite. Tap on it to open it and then navigate to Lock Screen settings.

Open it up and you will find a list of features that you can disable, such as the Camera grabber, the date or any other grabbers that appear on your Lock Screen.  If you really want to you can turn the whole lot off.

Do not forget to respring before you go onto the next section.

How to Modify Your Home Screen

When you jailbreak iOS 7 you get the chance to do loads of things that your mates who do not jailbreak cannot do.  With this jailbreak app, you can hide things off your home screen, such as the app labels, the dock background, icon badges and page dots for example.

All you do is head back into Settings, open HideMe7 Lite and tap on Springboard to access these preferences.

Once again, respring your iOS 7 device before moving on.

How to Change Your Status bar

Open Settings, open the iOS 7 jailbreak app HideMe7 Lite, and then tap on Status Bar. Now you get to disable whatever annoys you about the status bar in iOS 7.  You can turn off your Bluetooth icon, carrier logo, battery indicator and your data network display amongst other things.

There are a number of iOS 7 jailbreak apps you can use to add stuff to the status bar if you want, including changing your carrier logo or putting your carrier text on there.

Again, respring and move on to the next section

How to Change Your Control Center

Back into HideMe7 Lite in the Settings app and tap on Control Center.  Here you can hide everything that shows up on the Control Center. However, be careful about how much you do hide because it can have an effect on how Control Center works. Be a little choosy about what you do here.

Respring and you should now have your iOS 7 jailbroken device looking exactly as you want it, with all those bits that irritate you banished.

HideMe7 Lite is a free iOS 7 jailbreak app. However, if you like it you can upgrade for just 0.99. This will give you extra options such as changings things in the music and messaging apps and Safari as well.

This is just one app out of the many on Cydia that can help you to customise your iPhone, iPod or iPad when you jailbreak iOS 7.  Keep reading for more great apps and tweaks and more reasons why you should not hesitate to jailbreak.



How to Play Gameboy Advance Games on an Jailbroken iOS 7 Device

March 28, 2014

Back in their day, both Gameboy and Gameboy Advance were the most popular handheld games consoles around. Everywhere you went, people would be playing on them and, to be honest, they also had some of the very best games that were ever made to be played! While these games may seem a little old-hat now, […]

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How to Solve Potential Problems Faced After iOS 7 Jailbreak

March 26, 2014

All jailbreak software has the potential to cause problems, especially under certain circumstances. The iOS 7 jailbreak is no exception. There are a number of minor errors that some users experienced after installing the jailbreak, all of which are easy enough to solve. Most jailbreak errors are caused when a user updates the firmware on […]

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Jailbreak iOS 7 – How to unlock your iPhone using Facial Recognition

March 24, 2014

Facial recognition is not new, not when it comes to jailbreaking. Ever since iOS 5 came out, apps have appeared in Cydia to let you use facial recognition to unlock your iPhone or iPad. The iOS 7 jailbreak is no exception and, entering into Cydia, we see an app called Appellancy.  It is still in […]

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Two Great iOS 7 Jailbreak Apps in Cydia

March 23, 2014

When iOS 7 launched it brought with it great opportunities for jailbreak developers and, since last September, they have been busy, either releasing new apps or updating existing ones with iOS 7 support. Each week, the apps in Cydia just get better and better. There has never been a better time to jailbreak iOS 7; […]

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