Sunday, June 2, 2013

Alluring Theme Review

If you're looking for a clean, sleek, simple theme, then this is the one for you.

I was lucky enough to beta test Alluring Theme.
The theme has an amazing UI!

I like the look and feel of the theme.
Of course it is missing some icons but hopefully they will be added in the near future
Alluring Theme is available in Cydia on the MacCiti Repo for $2.49

Be sure to follow the Developer of this theme on twitter! @iAust1n @AlluringTheme
And me! @iPhonezHD

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

TweetBlaster Review

TweetBlaster is a Simple Twitter client for The Simple Twitter User

It Has A Nice UI And Other Stuff
The Developer Is @xxTigerShark

But it lacks A Lot Of Features Like
Being able to view Your Lists,
Viewing your tweets,
Viewing your favorites
And other stuff but these will hopefully be added in the future.
Is a little glitchy like when scrolling up or down, it gives users the wrong avatar.
But I use it and like it so I recommend getting it is no longer in service is no longer in service because of legal stuff

Thursday, April 26, 2012

How To Watch Live TV on iOS

We just found a new website that brings Live TV to iOS

To get started choose what country your in

Then choose the Network You want to watch.

Finally play the video

They also have a guide

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Pod2g Has All The Exploits Required For 5.1 Jailbreak

Do you wish you were running iOS 5.1 with all your favorite Cydia tweaks? (I couldn’t use an iPhone without SBSettings!) Maybe you’ve got an iPhone 4 or an original-recipe iPad and you’ve already got the tethered Jailbreak working. I just hope your 4S didn’t come with 5.1. Either way, there’s good news coming: security researcher and jailbreak guru Pod2g mentioned on Twitter that he has all the exploits required to do a new jailbreak and is working on bypassing Apple’s ASLR (Address Space Layout Randomization) at bootup, a restriction which complicates untethered jailbreaks .

Just because the dev teams have enough exploits to pull off a jailbreak, it does not mean we’ll be running Veency on iOS 5.1 tomorrow. (Unless you’re running an older phone and don’t mind being tethered.) Grant Paul (chpwn) estimates that the it’s likely be months before anyone gets a jailbreak working from these exploits.

Strangely Stefan Esser (i0n1c) is not too happy about the news. In his response Esser posted, “@pod2g will waste some more exploits on a public jailbreak for 5.1.” And here I was thinking that public jailbreaks were the point of exploits–the modding and homebrew scene brought the original apps to the iPhone! Esser wants a jailbreak Apple doesn’t know about and can’t fix, because it’d be a “huge research advantage.” Private jailbreaks don’t get much for the rest of us, so I’m not going to lose any sleep if Saurik and the dev-teams wind up making a metric boatload of ad revenue from another public jailbreak.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

A5 5.1 Downgrade to 5.0.1 Could Take Months

I was talking with iH8sn0w and he said
The Downgrade To From iOS 5.1 To 5.0.1 on A5 Devices Could Take Months (Pic below of our conversation)

This Will Require SHSH Blobs
In Order To Downgrade
From 5.1 To 5.0.1

Friday, April 13, 2012

How To Unlock An iPhone For Other Carriers

As expected, you can now unlock an iPhone that is out of contract with AT&T. The process is straight forward and simple assuming you meet the basic requirements.

iPhone not in contract with AT&T, either having completed a contract or purchased without contract
AT&T account in good standing
iPhone IMEI number
If you meet those requirements, proceed:
Unlock an iPhone Out of Contract with AT&T
Locate the iPhone IMEI number and make a note of it:
Tap Settings then tap General
Tap “About” and scroll down to find “IMEI”
Call AT&T either by dialing 611 from the iPhone, or call 1-800-331-0500 and then dial 0010 to immediately speak to a representative and skip the hold time (International users dial 1-800-335-4685)
Request your iPhone to be unlocked, provide the IMEI number of the device, and then wait for the instructions to be emailed to you
AT&T will initiate a request to unlock the iPhone and then you have to restore the iPhone through iTunes to complete the device unlock. With the device unlocked, a micro-SIM from T-Mobile or other compatible networks will now work in the iPhone.