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Monday, July 23, 2012

iPhone Tools v1.1-[A Free iPhone Software Tool/Pc]

iPhone Tools


  1. Carrier Checker
  2. Bulk Carrier Check
  3. IMEI Validation Offline
  4. IMEI Validation Online
  5. Apple Support And Service Checker
  6. Serial Checker
  7. iPhone Factory Unlocking Service
  8. Some Other Tools

Change Log:
-Registration in a easy way(Standalone/Free)
-Some bugs fixed


.Net Framework 4

t Framework 4 Is Required. Otherwise Software May Gives

iOS 6 beta no longer requires Apple ID password for free apps

With the latest beta of iOS 6, users are no longer required to enter their Apple ID password when downloading free software from the App Store.

The change, currently available to developers testing the latest preview of iOS, was first discovered by a poster on Reddit and highlighted on Monday by Cult of Mac. It's unknown whether that functionality will come to users in the final release of iOS 6, when it launches for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch this fall.

Since the first beta of iOS 6 was released in June, developers have already been able to re-download previously purchased applications without entering the password for their Apple ID account. By removing the need to enter a password when downloading free software in the latest beta, it would appear that Apple is looking to cut down on the number of times iOS users are prompted to enter their Apple ID password.

With an Apple ID account on an iOS device, a user's credit card information is stored and content like applications and music can be quickly purchased by simply entering the account password. But many of the selections available on the App Store are free software which does not result in a charge to the user's credit card.

Regardless, in all current public builds of Apple's iOS mobile operating system, users are required to enter their password. If a transaction was completed recently, users are given a 15-minute window during which additional purchases can be made.


One notable exception to the 15-minute window applies to in-app purchases. That change was made by Apple with iOS 4.3 in March of 2011 in response to complaints from parents whose children made expensive in-app purchases when using so-called "free to play" games available on the App Store.

iOS also includes built-in restrictions that can allow users to disable functions like installing or deleting applications from the App Store. In-app purchases can also be specifically barred from the built-in Settings application in iOS.

The App Store itself will also be redesigned and improved when iOS 6 launches later this year. It sports a new look with a black theme at the top and bottom, and user interface tweaks like allowing applications to install in the background without returning users to the home screen.

OS X Mountain Lion Free Upgrade Form Goes Live For Eligible Buyers

As per Apple's promise of delivering a free Mountain Lion upgrade to customers who've bought a Mac on or after June 11th, a web form has gone live on Apple's site that asks for purchase details and delivers a redeem code upon approval.

Apple calls it the "OS X Mountain Lion Up-to-Date Program."

Customers who purchase a qualifying Mac between June 11, 2012 and the date when Mountain Lion is available in the Mac App Store will have 30 days from the date Mountain Lion becomes available to make their Up-To-Date request.
Customers who purchase a qualifying Mac after Mountain Lion becomes available in the Mac App Store will have 30 days from the date they purchase their Mac to make their Up-To-Date request.
The form asks for the date and place of purchase, personal details of the buyer, and serial number of the Mac.
According to MacRumors, who gave the whole process a try, the redeem code is sent via email, in a password protected PDF, the password for which is sent in another email. The code can then be entered on the Mac App Store, once Mountain Lion goes live. (For the entire text of the email, head over to MacRumors.)

We'd advise you to wait for the release, and only then fill in the form at this link.
Although the release date for Mountain Lion isn't announced yet, it's widely anticipated that the OS would go live on the Mac App Store a day after Apple's earnings call, which is scheduled for Tuesday. OS X Lion release followed the same pattern.

That makes Wednesday, the 25th, a very likely date for release.
Mountain Lion would be available for $19.99

ChargeCard For iPhone and Android

ChargeCard is a USB cable that’s thin enough to fit easily into your wallet, purse or pocket.

Not only does ChargeCard look good, suddenly your iPhone charging cable actually fits in your wallet. How many times have we had to ask somebody else for a charging cable? All the time and that seems to come to an end.
ChargeCard works with TVs, laptos, desktops, cable boxes, game consoles, cars, stereos, electric keyboards, drum sets and more.
For those interested, there’s a Kickstarter project currently going for the production of the ChargeCard. Check it out here


Saturday, July 21, 2012 lets you share your iOS device setup with the world

The stock Home screen in iOS looks pretty boring. Luckily, jailbreaking can change that. It opens the door to a whole world of customization, including tweaks, icon packages and tons of other theming possibilities.
And if you like customizing your device, and want to share your iPad or iPhone setup with the world, there’s a new service that lets you do that. finally came out of private beta this week… is a simple service that allows you to show off screenshots of your iOS Home screens. It’s been around for about two years now, but only just became available to the public.
The service is free, and enables you to upload one screenshot for both your iPhone and iPad. There’s also a spot on your landing page to explain your setups — what tweaks, themes you’re using — and there’s a nice Explore feature that allows you to browse through other people’s devices.
That’s pretty much it for, there’s not much to it. And while the simplicity is nice from a design standpoint, it’s clearly missing some features. Social network integration, for example, would be a handy addition.
Nevertheless, it’s a cool idea. And we encourage you to setup an account. In fact, feel free send us links to your profiles on Twitter. We’ll retweet the best ones.

iOS 6 Beta 3 For Apple TV Brings Expanded AirPlay Control

iOS 6 beta 3 of Apple TV adds the ability to streaming audio through the headphones AirPlay.
Apple has released
iOS 6 Beta 3 to developers a few days ago, we mentioned to you many of the features that came to your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch in this demo version, and now it's time to talk a little bit about one of the new features that came for the Apple TV.

Running the latest software, the Apple TV will detect any AirPlay-enabled speakers on a user's home network, and they will be available to select for sound output. The new feature is said to be fully operational in the latest pre-release build of iOS 6, allowing users to send audio from any content, including video, to wireless AirPlay-capable speakers.

Currently, an Apple TV running the latest publicly released version of iOS only has the ability to receive AirPlay content. The existing AirPlay settings on the Apple TV simply to turn the feature on or off, and set a password.

Apple's interest in the Apple TV interface since the reform began, and feature the ability to reorder the applications available, and now adds support for streaming audio through the AirPlay

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Apple has just issued a third beta iOS 6 Beta 3

Apple has just issued a third beta build of iOS 6 to developers. The new software has not yet appeared on Apple’s iOS Developer Center though devices running iOS 6 Beta 2 can update over-the-air (go to Settings > General > Software Update). The update prompt mentions only “bug fixes and improvements” so we’re doing some digging as we speak and will update when we find out more…
So, iH8sn0w was wrong.

In case you were wondering, it’s a 374MB OTA delta download for your iPhone 4s and a 424MB download for the third-generation iPad.
So far, we’ve identified one new feature, a brand new item in Settings dedicated to preferences for Apple’s own Maps application (thanks, @NicksiPhone5).
Once in Maps settings, you can choose between miles or kilometers for units labels, as well as set your desired language, label sizes and turn-by-turn navigation volume, independently of the system volume.

Screenshot via 9to5Mac
Another subtle tweak: Safari now displays nice icons for bookmarks, reading list and history in place of worded labels. Plus, Safari on iPad feaures a handy syncing progress indicator right below the reading list icon in the toolbar.

Full changelog is too long to include here, so head over at 9to5Mac for your iOS 6 Beta 3 release notes.
Apple promised to release iOS 6 for public consumption this fall, but wouldn’t specify an exact date. It’s fairly safe to assume Cupertino would let it out of the gate alongside the next iPhone, itself rumored to launch in September or October.

iOS 6 will be a major update to Apple’s operating system powering its iPhone, iPod touch and iPad mobile devices. It’s gonna have system-wide Facebook integration, Apple’s own headline Maps service, an enhanced Siri version, a better Phone app, Shared Photo Streams via iCloud and lots more.

BlackBerry unlocker App for Apple iOS devices

Works only on jb devices and atm because i don't know how to build for lower sdk works only on firmwares >=5

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new release will have:
-add/remove mep
-add/remove prd
-get code from mep+imei
-get code from prd+imei
-search prd/mep

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v2.2 online
-added new 8digits meps
-new graphic
-added imei last digit generator
-added possibility to update database from server when new meps are ready
-is no more possible add mep if already exists on database
-fixed minor bugs

MultiUpload / MirrorCreator

For download add this repo on cydia:

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Mod Your iPhone For Built-In Wireless Charging

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Not happy with how the iPhone doesn’t have built-in wireless charging, YouTube user Tanveer went ahead and modded his very own. Unlike induction charging kits, this mod doesn’t require any ugly cases to get the wireless recharge going.
Here is a montage of photos that I took while modifying my iPhone 4s to build in wireless charging. There are wireless charging options out there such as the powermat system but they all involve slipping on a jacket around the iPhone. I wanted to internalize the technology so that the beauty of the iPhone is not hidden away! It’s taken a while to complete but it’s finally done.

Initially I had made this using the palm touchstone wireless charging but found this to be unreliable as I had to build a circuit consisting of seven resistors and stuff them into the iPhone. The voltages were irregular which affected the reliability of the system.

The powermat version works flawlessly and I’m very pleased with the results. I may build a different more ‘apple-esque’ charging base next, perhaps out of glass like the iPhone.
Certainly the most difficult aspect was probably soldering wires on to the charger port. Scary stuff! I ended up using a pair of jewellers loupe glasses just to be able to see the connectors well enough to do the soldering!


How to Enter DFU Mode With a Broken Home or Power Button

These are instructions on how to put your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch into DFU mode with a broken home or power button.

Step One
Create a new folder on your desktop called Pwnage.

In the folder place the most recent firmware (which can be downloaded from here: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) and the latest version of RedSn0w (from here).

Extract the RedSn0w zip file to the Pwnage folder.
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Step Two
Launch the redsn0w application from the redsn0w folder we extracted earlier. You can do this by right clicking the executable and selecting Run as Administrator contextual menu.
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Step Three
Once RedSn0w opens click the Extras button.
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Step Four
Choose Even More from the Extras menu.
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Step Five
Select DFU IPSW from the Even More menu.
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Step Six
You will be instructed to select an IPSW that you can currently restore to without any hacks or pwnage steps. Click OK.
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Step Seven
Select the ipsw firmware file you downloaded in Step One and click Open.
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Step Eight
RedSn0w will now proceed to create a DFU Mode IPSW.
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Step Nine
You will be notified once the IPSW has been created successfully. Click the OK button.
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Step Ten
Launch iTunes.
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Step Ten
Connect your device to the computer and select it from list of devices on the left. If you haven't performed a backup recently, perform one now. Next, make sure you are on the Summary then hold down the Shift key and click Restore.
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Step Eleven
Select the ENTER_DFU ipsw from the Pwnage folder on your desktop and click the Open button.
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Step Twelve
After your device has been restored it will be dumped into DFU mode. The screen will remain black and you may be able to jailbreak depending on the firmware you've restored to.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Redsn0w 0.9.14b2 Released with improved iPhone 3G/3GS 06.15.00 Baseband Downgrade.

Today, the popular Dev Team member known as Musclenerd introduced the release of the most recent version of Redsn0w — Redsn0w 0.9.14 beta 2.

Users having a downgraded iPhone 3 / 3GS from 06.15.00 to 05.13.04 or lower baseband have the ability to unlock their gadgets with latest Ultrasn0w and capability to use their GPS functionality.

The very first is improved baseband 06.15.00 downgrading solution, and really should now include most iPhone 3G / iPhone 3GS devices. Keep in mind that any person having an iPhone 3GS that has been produced right after early 2011 — need to stay away from the 06.15.00 baseband. Additionally, thererrrs an easier method for the baseband downgrade.

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The Revised Downgrading Steps are:

  1. Connect your iPhone in normal mode, then click “Jailbreak” after redsn0w identifies its model and BB version (you needn’t pre-select the IPSW anymore).
  2. Choose the “Downgrade from iPad baseband” option (you needn’t worry about de-selecting Cydia anymore).
  3. Do a controlled “slide to power off” shutdown of your phone and proceed through the normal DFU ramdisk steps.

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All one has to do to get this feature is to launch Redsn0w and go to Extras –> Even More -> DFU IPSW.

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