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A club to learn, teach and share iOS creations such as tweaks or apps.

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  2. Hello world! I'm very new to this type of stuff but i've read that to code hacks it's important to learn C/C++ and ARM. Since I want to make cheats for iOS systems, what is the best IDE for this purpose? And is it mandatory to use Xcode? Thanks in advance
  3. There is no specific way to hack any game. Learn ARMv8 and some c/c++ and you should be good
  4. Hello I want to know how to hack FPS games like critical ops, like aimbot and radar etc, please teach me how to hack mobile iOS games
  5. Убедитесь, что вы выполняете каждый шаг правильно.
  6. странно, но мне пишет что ОШИБКА Файл был удален. но это не тончо, возможно я тыкнул не туда
  7. Can someone make a Madden Mobile Hack
  8. I will share this with my friends, keep coding.
  9. This topic was moved from Tutorials to Help.
  10. Ok I am a noob, I wanted to know if some1 could tell me how to mod the mediabox hd app, to increase the video buffer and cache. Like the mod for kodi advancedsetting.xml where you up the buffer and help video play back.
  11. I have a iPhone 4s and I forget the iCloud, I rebooted and now I dont' know :( please help me...
  12. Hey there! Today we will learn how to make a UIWebView. A UIWebView is an asset in an app that displays a web page. Let's get started Note that we will not create an application, we will add an asset to it. That means your projects needs to be setup before doing this. Declaration: UIWebView *webView = [[[UIWebView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(0, 0, self.view.frame.size.width , self.view.frame.size.height)] autorelease]; So with our UIWebView *webView we declare a UIWebView named webView. Our CGRect make spawns the view at 0, 0 and makes it the same size as the screen. So on any device it will resize to the screen size Because self.view.frame.size.xxx specifies what it does, since Obj C uses dot notation we can read it as it follows: self.view.frame.size.height = Get height from the size of the frame of the view (Load view) Calling our website and displaying it: webView.scalesPageToFit = YES; [self.view addSubview:webView]; [webView loadRequest:[NSURLRequest requestWithURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"https://www.iosgods.com"]]]; We will add this under our existing code. So we scale the page to fit and we subview our UIWebView. The next line calls the website to be loaded, so I put iOSGods.com to display iOSGods.com in the app Hope you learned a thing or two from this and if you have any questions ask it in the comments
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