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UPDATE/DOWNGRADE TO ANY SIGNED iOS VERSION EASILY! NO ITUNES NEEDED | iAnyGo
iAnyGo offers one-click solutions to uninstall and install all iOS system (including the latest iOS 11) to complete iOS update and downgrade without iTunes.
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This is the version of uncrypt that works with iOS 11. For iOS 10 and below, use https://github.com/shmoo419/uncrypt or one of the many other alternatives.
As someone who likes to reverse engineer and mod things, I needed a way to decrypt binaries when Electra1131 released. The version of my tool I linked above does not work on iOS 11 because the kernel kills "untrusted binaries", which causes a mountain of problems. So I made this. Why did I make this? I wanted to get familiar with the mach-o file format and figured other people would find it useful.
I know BFDecrypt is a thing, but I don't like how it dumps the entire IPA because for my purposes I only need the binary. So, as you can guess, my tool only dumps the binary. I also do not want to promote piracy, so the cryptid is not flipped. This tool is intended for research purposes only. If this doesn't suit your needs, use another tool.
uncrypt11 is in BETA. If you encounter any problems, please open an issue on github.
To get it, add my repo: http://shmoo419.github.io/ and install uncrypt11.
To use: /electra/inject_criticald pidofapphere /Library/MobileSubstrate/DynamicLibraries/uncrypt11.dylib
See the source here: https://github.com/shmoo419/uncrypt11
Get information about all your installed applications, in seconds.
Application's Version Application's Minimum iOS Application's Binary Name Application's Bundle Identifier Application's Directory
You can now copy an applications bundle identifier directly to your iOS clipboard using --bundle-id or the shortcut -b. Thanks to @ggAyMe for the suggestion!
You can now get a list of all keys in an application's Info.plist and extract the value of each one of those keys using --get-all (-ga) and --get-key (-g)
You can now modify all the keys in an application's Info.plist using --modify-key (-m)
.gif: (not available, I have to make a new one...)
Usage: python AppInfo.py [-h] -l, --list List all installed applications. -a, --all Print information of all installed applications. -i, --info Print information of specified application. -b, --bundle-id Copy the specified application's Bundle Identifier to your clipboard. -p, --patch-ios Modify the specified application's MinimumOSVersion to specified iOS. -h, --help Print this message.
Downloading & using it:
Download this file and place it any directory in your iDevice.
Then 'CD' into that directory and use it by running the command in your terminal.
Note: Since it is a python file, it is required to have Python installed on your iDevice.
A tutorial on how to install it can be found here .
The file linked will automatically update as I update the code on GitHub
Got any suggestions? Leave them in the replies below, or PM me.
Saliens is the new Steam Summer Sales minigames where you fight in a sort of tower defense style to conquer planets for your steam group.
If you are interested in leveling up faster in the game and completing the badge before the minigame ends or just want to boost the presence of your group here is the link to xPaw's script on Github, tutorial included.
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All credit goes to xPaw and the community working on this Github project
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