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i found a video on how you can get paid apps and games and Hacked Apps/Games on your IOS Devices No jailbreak. anyways.. First Click the button below ,Then Click The Thanks/Reply Button. Video: [Hidden Content] Credits: - TheHackSpot @Patricktph (me)
- Requirements:1. Your Phone2. Itunes3. A Brain4. Computer, laptop _ - Video's Content: This video will teach you step by step on how to install free paid apps using I4Tools, all links will be in the description. I'll be going through all the possibilities of where things could go wrong and show you how to fix them. - Video Link
I am not responsible for your phone, so if you screw this up, it’s on you, and not my fault! THERES A VIDEO FROM ME AT THE BOTTOM! MERRY CHRISTMAS! Back up your phone in iTunes first You will need access to the RAW file system on your phone. You can do this via several methods: Install OpenSSH and SSH into your phone from a computer iFunBox iFile or any other app that gives you FULL file system access to the machine. Go to the following path /private/var/mobile/Library/GameKit you can also get there via User -> Library -> GameKit Back up your entire GameKit directory to your local PC. Should only take a few seconds. (this is easy if you are using SSH or iFunBox). This backup is just in case something really goes wrong. You’ll probably wind up deleting these backup folders once you get your phone working. on your phone, delete any loose files inside the root of the GameKit directory. Next, go inside the “DelayedRequests” folder. I had 65 folders (and many other files and within each of these). select all those folders inside “DelayedRequests” and delete them all. Now your entire “GameKit” folder should contain only the “DelayedRequests” folder and nothing else at all (just an empty folder and one directory, no other files). At this point I reset my iPhone HOME+POWER and let it reboot. After reboot, logged in and went to the GameCenter app. WORKS! Went to the GameCenter Settings app – WORKS! So what this means to me is that there is some corruption of data in these files inside the “GameKit” and/or “DelayedRequests” folders. Wiping them out of Gamekit does NOT wipe your saves or anything else, it just clears out this cache of files and lets your phone start building a fresh set. If this has helped you, please reply and let me know! Coming from a 14 year old???? Have a look @@DiDA @@shmoo @@Crypto @@castix Video by Me: https://youtu.be/DE-WlDj1Dc8 Subscribe if you want! Credits: - @Asainplus
Hi Guys This is my first post in IOSGods And it's going to be about : How to send mail with any email address Requirements: 1-Any IPhone, iPad or iPod touch 2-Any version of iOS Steps : [Hidden Content] Proof : [Hidden Content]
Hey guys, The bitfountain iOS 9 Foundation Course is here... and it's FREE! If you are eager to just get started then click the button below and go for it. "Note: you need to create a new account even if you were already a bitfountain student. The reason is because we are no longer using a third party host and you are signing up for our entirely re-developed platform." Click HERE and then sign up for the course. We’ve spent the past 6 months creating a new bitfountain that better serves our students. Two years of teaching iOS courses has taught us a ton about how our students learn and what they need to progress so they can build their own apps, get jobs, and start companies. There are four points you need to know for the future of bitfountain: A focus only on iOS. Advanced content that will help you progress even when you are already a developer. Free iOS Foundation course and a subscription model for advance SYLLABUS S1 - Welcome S2 - iOS Introduction S3 - Getting Setup S4 - AnimalTrivia Introduction S5 - AnimalTrivia Storyboard S6 - AnimalTrivia Connections S7 - The Simulator S8 - Common Errors S9 - Help S10 - Playground Introduction S11 - The Basics Introduction S12 - Constants S13 - Variables S14 - Thank You Letter S15 - UILabel S16 - UIColor S17 - UIButton S18 - Attack of the Constants and Variables S19 - Multi-line Variables and Constants S20 - Type Annotation S21 - Naming Constants and Variables S22 - AnimalTrivia Attributes S23 - AnimalTrivia Colors S24 - AnimalTrivia SecondViewController S25 - AnimalTrivia ThirdViewController S26 - Print S27 - Comments S28 - SemiColons S29 - Integers S30 - Floating-Point Numbers S31 - Type Safety S32 - Numeric Literals S33 - Integer Conversion S34 - Integer and Floating-Point Conversion S35 - UITextField S36 - Shoe Converter S37 - Type Aliases S38 - If Statements S39 - Age of Laika S40 - Booleans S41 - Batman vs Superman S42 - Tuples S43 - Optionals S44 - nil S45 - If Statements and Forced Unwrapping S46 - Optional Binding S47 - Implicitly Unwrapped Optionals S48 - Movie Database S49 - Error Handling S50 - Assertions S51 - Basic Operators - Introduction S52 - Assignment Operator S53 - Arithmetic Operators S54 - Tip Calculator S55 - Compound Assignment Operators S56 - Comparison Operators S57 - Ternary Conditional Operator S58 - Nil Coalescing Operator S59 - UISwitch S60 - Range Operators S61 - Logical Operators S62 - Sonar
I found this video online from Billy which was very well done and thought it might benefit anyone else looking to start developing apps & tweaks on iOS. Sources: coolstar.org/publicrepo nix.howett.net/theos
Requirements: - Your Device. - A USB Cable - Pangu Tool - 10 minutes of your time Pangu supports the following devices running iOS 8: Tutorial: 1. Before we begin, make sure you have the latest iTunes version installed on your PC and make a full backup of your iDevice using iTunes just in case something goes wrong. If you have updated to iOS 8 OTA (Over The Air), you should restore to the latest iOS 8 version using iTunes. OTA updates may cause the Jailbreak to fail. 2. You need to turn off Passcode Lock from Settings -> General -> Passcode Lock On -> Turn Passcode Off and disable Find My iPhone from Settings > iCloud > Find my iPhone. 3. Once you've done the above steps, download the official Pangu tool from their page: http://en.pangu.io/ 4. Connect your Device to your computer and open the Pangu8 tool as Administrator. Make sure the iTunes app is not running. 5. You will be presented with this screen. 6. You can choose to install the 25pp app or not by ticking or unticking the option. The 25pp app is no more on v1.1.0+. 7. To begin the Jailbreak, click the centered blue button which reads "Start Jailbreak" and click "Already Did" on the next screen (read the next screens instructions also) 8. Wait while your device is in the process of Jailbreaking. 9. You'll see that your device tells you there’s a Jailbreak in progress. The entire process should take around 5 to 10 minutes. 10. After your iDevice reboots back into your home screen. Open the new "pangunew" app on your home screen and tap on "Trust" on the popup. This will reboot your phone one more time. The newest version of Pangu does not require opening any app. Your iDevice will reboot only once and you're Jailbroken! 11. After the jailbreak process completes, you’ll see the Cydia app on your device. This confirms that your device is jailbroken. That's it! if you have any questions or comments post them down below. Jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 - 8.2 Beta can be found here: http://iosgods.com/topic/2871-tutorial-how-to-jailbreak-ios-811-82-beta-using-taig-jailbreak/
Feeling nostalgic? Own an iPad 2 or an iPhone 4s? Then you have the opportunity to travel back down memory lane and downgrade your device from any firmware back to iOS 6.1.3—no SHSH blobs required. Video:
Course Description Our iOS Bootcamp teaches the tools needed to develop iPhone and iPad applications for iOS7. Along our journey, we will learn the syntax of Objective-C, the language used to develop for iOS, as well as important design patterns and best practices. By the end of the course, you should be able to understand and recreate many of the features seen on popular iOS applications and extend that knowledge to making apps of your own. We believe students learn by building. That's why we have you build 14 apps during the course, with the final app being a full featured dating app: A Tinder Clone! Topics Covered: Objective-C: Learn the language used to develop all native iOS and Mac apps Parse: A revolutionary new tool that allows iOS developers to create a server side in Objective-C iOS7 and XCode 5: Learn the latest technology platforms from Apple API Integration: Connect with third party APIs like Facebook, Foursquare and more Storyboard: Learn how to create beautiful interfaces using Apple’s graphical interface builder Core Data: Store data on your device with the core data database Git: Learn how to us Git for version control and collaboration Mixpanel: Integrate analytics into your apps Reviews "I must say that so far, this course is awesome. Having the challenging assignments, daily discussions and feedback from the instructors, has been the missing piece that I have been looking for. I have read a handful of books, watched hours of video & typed in a bunch of tutorials, and finally, having to work through tough assignments and applying what I have been learning, it is all starting to click - Finally!" - Mark S. “Code Coalition's discussion board is one of the best resources for a beginning iOS developer. So much help being offered” - Omar S. “I've just completed the iOS101 course, which I thought was a great intro to the XCode environment... I feel it's been well worth the investment. ” - Herdy H. "Wow, @CodeCoalition! Moving quickly! Week 2 is so different than week 1...and I like it Thnx for the challenge" - Melissa B. “Just discovered @CodeCoalition! An excellent resource for anyone who wants to make their first iPhone app.” -Novall K. “Can't reiterate it enough how this course is helping me with my iOS dev skills. I think using protocols and delegation is finally becoming second nature. Fingers crossed :-)” -Alex P. “I am really loving the class. I have taken classes at Code School & Treehouse and both were missing a key element. The ability to ask questions as you complete a section and get an answer. “ -Lisa A. “Your training is the best out there so far. I wish I had the time away from regular job to follow along.” -Christian S. “Im loving this.. I have been through at least 5 books, and many online deals. Yours is super so far. Finally, i can get from start to finish on a lesson without wondering why on "Everything" thank youCant wait to do more.. “ -Kevin R. Why take this course and how much time does it take to complete? iOS development, and software development as a whole, is a booming career. The demand for new developers at all levels far outweighs the supply. Barrier to entry is not as high as one would think - though passion and hard work are necessary, a degree in computer science or any other technical field is not required. We aim to take you from complete beginner to junior developer in three months. The apps you create in this course can be used on your portfolio so you have something to show when you apply for jobs. Course Outline: Introduction to XCode Control Flow and Enumeration What is Object Oriented Programming Memory Allocation Methods Properties Foundation Model View Controller Common Classes and Features Drawing and Graphics Core Data API’s Source Control What are the requirements? An intel-based Mac that has Mac OS X Snow Leopard or later installed What am I going to get from this course? Over 428 lectures and 36.5 hours of content! Code in the Objective-C programming language Use and extend the Cocoa framework Build apps for iOS 7 Version your code using git and github Analytics using Mixpanel Build a cloud datastore using Parse What is the target audience? Complete beginners (no coding experience necessary) Programmers coming from other language/frameworks More info: https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ios-7-course-learn-by-building-14-apps/ The course usually costs $499 but you can get it for free on here: http://bitfountain.io/courses/the-complete-ios-7-course-learn-by-building-14-apps Enjoy & happy coding!
Note: You no longer have to go through these steps. Cydia can now be easily installed through the Pangu app on your Home Screen or the Pangu tools on your PC. http://iosgods.com/topic/2167-tutorial-how-to-jailbreak-ios-8x-81x-using-pangu8/ Requirements: - A file explorer - A terminal - OpenSSH (install it from the Pangu app http://i.imgur.com/6r2Jms6.png) - iDevice Jailbroken (How to Jailbreak tutorial can be found here: http://iosgods.com/topic/2167-tutorial-how-to-jailbreak-ios-8x-81x-using-pangu8/) Note: The easiest way to install Cydia on iOS 8 is by placing the .debs in /var/root/Media/AutoInstall/ (if the folder does not exist, create it) and rebooting your iDevice using the "reboot" command in Terminal but there's no fun in that so I'll explain it how to do it the hard way. 1. You will need to download WinSCP or Cyberduck (or any other similar program) to be able to SFTP into your iDevice and install Cydia. Note: I will be using WinSCP in this tutorial. 2. Go to Settings -> Wi-Fi -> WIFINAME -> And get the Wifi's IP Address. 3. Open WinSCP and enter the Wi-Fi address you got from your iDevice's settings and enter "root" for the username and "alpine" for the password. 4. If you get this popup windows simply click on yes. 5. You will now be inside your iDevice in the /var/root/ folder. 6. Now download Cydia and Cydia's dependency lproj from here: cydia-lproj_1.1.12_iphoneos-arm.deb: http://apt.saurik.com/cydia/debs/cydia-lproj_1.1.12_iphoneos-arm.deb cydia_1.1.13_iphoneos-arm.deb: http://apt.saurik.com/cydia/debs/cydia_1.1.13_iphoneos-arm.deb 7. Download them both and copy them to your /var/root/ folder on the WinSCP window via Drag & drop or browse to where you saved the .deb files. 8. Now open the terminal by clicking the little terminal icon or by pressing CTRL+T on your keyboard. 9. Inside the Terminal/Console, type in: dpkg -i *.deb and hit the Execute button. Note: If the above command does not install Cydia, try this command instead: dpkg --install --force-depends *.deb Note 2: If your WinSCP Console gets stuck on installing Cydia for some hours, reboot your iDevice and see if the new Cydia icon appears on your Home Screen and if it doesn't, uninstall the "Cydia Installer" package from within the Pangu app and retry the above command using PuTTy or Kitty Terminal this time. 10. Restart your iDevice by typing in "Reboot" in your Terminal/Console and open the new Cydia icon from your Homescreen! You can also do this using Cyberduck & PuTTy terminal. Hey! It's @FuroowHD! Open the spoiler to fix your problems with installing Cydia ^^ Done! *If you still can't get Cydia working on iOS 8, post a reply below explaining your problem and we'll do our best to help you.