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#4 insanelyi Repository

Posted by Boss on 10 February 2010 - 03:22 AM

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#88360 Forum Rules

Posted by Chris on 05 September 2012 - 06:05 PM

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#142513 TapJoy Pwner!

Posted by DiDA on 05 April 2014 - 10:01 PM


- Jailbreak
- iFile

Hack Features:
- Gives you more Coins/Gold for completing an action via in-game TapJoy.
- Gives you 1,000,000 every time you start a game with TapJoy. (Alternative)


1. Download the file below.

Click the like button below. <-- Download Link

2. Save it on your iDevice and remember the location.

3. Browse to where you saved it via iFile and tap on it.

4. Choose 'Install' from the popup.

5. After installing, respring.

6. Go to settings and turn the hack on.


Working on:
- Into the Dead
- Contract Killer Zombies
- Contract Killer Zombies 2
- Gun Bros 2
- Frontline Commando D-day

If it works on any other games then let me know and I'll update the list.

This tweak was built for 32bit devices so 64bit devices will get an error "Failed to load preference budle...."
Here's how to fix that:

in iFile, navigate to /Library/PreferenceBundles/tjprefs.bundle/

then copy tjprefs.plist from it's current location to /Library/PreferenceLoader/Preferences/
It should ask you to overwrite a file already there, just choose ok.

#49364 iAPFree/iAP Cracker Support and Compatibility

Posted by MasterCookiez on 24 September 2011 - 08:21 PM

iAPFree/iAP Cracker Support and Compatibility Thread. Please post all questions in this thread ONLY! Do not create a any new threads related to iAP Cracker or iAPFree.

NOTE: iAPFree is the successor of iAP Cracker, can do everything iAP Cracker can plus more!

iAP Cracker
iOS4 Support: YES
iOS5 Support: YES
iOS6 Support: NO

iOS4 Support: YES
iOS5 Support: YES
iOS6 Support: YES

Feel free to share what works and what doesn't work.

iAPFree/iAP Cracker Compatibility List

DOWNLOAD from the insanelyi repo or the deb here

links discovered & brought to attention by @NicholasLAranda

#40798 Cydia and Repo Errors

Posted by Boss on 02 August 2011 - 08:46 PM

Cydia & Repo Errors 101

Oops, looks like your not using our correct repo adress.
Please add our correct address: http://repo.insanelyi.com
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Oops, this error can be replicated pretty easily, but also can be solved easily.
Usually happens when a refresh is cancelled, simply go to changes tab in Cydia and
hit the refresh button, wait for Cydia to fully refreshing before installing a package.
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When I get more screenshots of different errors I will post them here.
Feel free to send me some error screenshots so I can add them.

Please use our Image Uploader to attach images!

Idea by Chris, added by Sull

#24092 Guide For Mobile Terminal Commands

Posted by brc0703 on 10 April 2011 - 02:47 AM

so going to start out with how to become root and everything in this guide will be as root user unless mentioned otherwise.. everything in ' ' is what to type, dont type the ' ' so if i say 'dpkg' just type dpkg..get it? theres a list of most commands at bottom.. the commands you have depend whats installed in cydia... this is going to be a work in progress guide as im not going to sit here for hours and do it all at once...

ADDED command --help menus for some commands.. get help in terminal by adding --help to most commands.. except apt-get is -h for some reason.. so for help on how to use the commands

'dpkg --help'
'grep --help'
'apt-get -h'

become root user

'su' then will ask for a password and the default password is alpine
'alpine' your not going to see the letters just type it and hit return

then your going to want to change you password so your gona type
'passwd' and then enter the new password you want (you wont see it as you type) and then confirm


Usage: apt-get [options] command
apt-get [options] install|remove pkg1 [pkg2 ...]
apt-get [options] source pkg1 [pkg2 ...]

apt-get is a simple command line interface for downloading and
installing packages. The most frequently used commands are update
and install.

update - Retrieve new lists of packages
upgrade - Perform an upgrade
install - Install new packages (pkg is libc6 not libc6.deb)
remove - Remove packages
autoremove - Remove automatically all unused packages
purge - Remove packages and config files
source - Download source archives
build-dep - Configure build-dependencies for source packages
dist-upgrade - Distribution upgrade, see apt-get(8)
dselect-upgrade - Follow dselect selections
clean - Erase downloaded archive files
autoclean - Erase old downloaded archive files
check - Verify that there are no broken dependencies

-h This help text.
-q Loggable output - no progress indicator
-qq No output except for errors
-d Download only - do NOT install or unpack archives
-s No-act. Perform ordering simulation
-y Assume Yes to all queries and do not prompt
-f Attempt to correct a system with broken dependencies in place




Usage: dpkg [<option> ...] <command>

-i|--install <.deb file name> ... | -R|--recursive <directory> ...
--unpack <.deb file name> ... | -R|--recursive <directory> ...
-A|--record-avail <.deb file name> ... | -R|--recursive <directory> ...
--configure <package> ... | -a|--pending
--triggers-only <package> ... | -a|--pending
-r|--remove <package> ... | -a|--pending
-P|--purge <package> ... | -a|--pending
--get-selections [<pattern> ...] Get list of selections to stdout.
--set-selections Set package selections from stdin.
--clear-selections Deselect every non-essential package.
--update-avail <Packages-file> Replace available packages info.
--merge-avail <Packages-file> Merge with info from file.
--clear-avail Erase existing available info.
--forget-old-unavail Forget uninstalled unavailable pkgs.
-s|--status <package> ... Display package status details.
-p|--print-avail <package> ... Display available version details.
-L|--listfiles <package> ... List files `owned' by package(s).
-l|--list [<pattern> ...] List packages concisely.
-S|--search <pattern> ... Find package(s) owning file(s).
-C|--audit Check for broken package(s).
--print-architecture Print dpkg architecture.
--compare-versions <a> <op> <b> Compare version numbers - see below.
--force-help Show help on forcing.
-Dh|--debug=help Show help on debugging.

-h|--help Show this help message.
--version Show the version.
--license|--licence Show the copyright licensing terms.

Use dpkg -b|--build|-c|--contents|-e|--control|-I|--info|-f|--field|
-x|--extract|-X|--vextract|--fsys-tarfile on archives (type dpkg-deb --help).


Settings Permissions


----how to list files, read files, write files-----------


Respring, Reboot---- and some Springboard settings------------------





display a ton of info about your device..

will search your device for what ever you tell it

'locate icon'
will locate and display the path to everything that has icon in the name

'locate icon | grep Themes'
display path to all icons but have to have Themes in the path line... if you ran themes(lower case) it probably woudnt show anything..would use -i to ignoes case diff

'locate icon | grep -i themes'
wouldnt matter if Themes or themes

...thats all for now clicking that stupid sig wasted a ton of time lol.. ill try to add more later..

..well this is taking longer than i expected.. only dont with apt and i wanna quit.. so ill add more later to this.. give suggestions on what commands you want me to explain and if i know ill add it to the guide..


grep filter stdout for lines containing expression

   (only shows that have the word you want )



Usage: find [path...] [expression]

default path is the current directory; default expression is -print
expression may consist of: operators, options, tests, and actions:

operators (decreasing precedence; -and is implicit where no others are given):
( EXPR ) ! EXPR -not EXPR EXPR1 -a EXPR2 EXPR1 -and EXPR2

positional options (always true): -daystart -follow -regextype

normal options (always true, specified before other expressions):
-depth --help -maxdepth LEVELS -mindepth LEVELS -mount -noleaf
--version -xdev -ignore_readdir_race -noignore_readdir_race

tests (N can be +N or -N or N): -amin N -anewer FILE -atime N -cmin N
-cnewer FILE -ctime N -empty -false -fstype TYPE -gid N -group NAME
-ilname PATTERN -iname PATTERN -inum N -iwholename PATTERN -iregex PATTERN
-links N -lname PATTERN -mmin N -mtime N -name PATTERN -newer FILE
-nouser -nogroup -path PATTERN -perm [+-]MODE -regex PATTERN
-wholename PATTERN -size N[bcwkMG] -true -type [bcdpflsD] -uid N
-used N -user NAME -xtype [bcdpfls]


'find / -cmin -30'
find all files in / created in less than 30 min..

'find /private/var/mobile/Documents -amin 50'
find all files in /private/var/mobile/Documents accessed in less than 50 min


heres a script i made up for showing process ids.. ill explain the best i can
lines with that start with # are not read by the script they are only notes for readers..
all except the first #!


[color=red]Loop, How to modify multiple files

going to be using a little bit more complicated terminal commands here..
first your going to figure out what it is you want changed.. we will use a bunch of ROMs that you want to zip individually..
so your going to set a variable to the list of targets.. then the use of 'for line in `targets` do "something" and its going to go line by line performing the task on each one..so this exapmle would be

for line in $(ls /var/mobile/Media/ROMs/GENESIS | grep -v zip)
zip "$line".zip "$line"

hope that helps a little with understanding how things run together
heres a list of commands on my phone.. your list will be different cuz it depends what you have installed.. and i have somr custom ones in there.. i took most of them out so not to get confused looking for something in cydia

brc0703:~ root#
Display all 631 possibilities? (y or n)
! env mount sha256sum
./ envsubst mount_cd9660 sha384sum
2xrm error mount_devfs sha512sum
7z esac mount_fdesc shc
7za eval mount_hfs shift
: exec mount_kernfs shopt
BTServer exit mount_msdos shred
BTdaemon expand mount_null shuf
BlueTool export mount_procfs sid
BlueToolH4 expr mount_synthfs simulatecrash
DumpBasebandCrash ezrestore mount_union size
PatchBlueTool ezsave msgattrib slattach
SpringBoardAccess-test factor msgcat sleep
[ fairplayd.N88 msgcmp slogin
[[ fairplayd.default msgcomm sms
]] false msgconv sort
abquery fc msgen sorted
abs fdisk msgexec source
ac fg msgfilter split
accessoryd fgrep msgfmt sqlite3
accton fi msggrep ssh
alias file msginit ssh-add
allmyi find msgmerge ssh-agent
aosnotifyd findme msgunfmt ssh-keygen
ap2ipa finger msguniq ssh-keyscan
apmode fmf mso sshd
appSearch fmt mv startupfiletool
appdub fold nano stat
appnum for natd strings
appsearch freemem ncat strip
apt-cache fsck ncurses5-config stty
apt-cdrom fsck_hfs ncursesw5-config su
apt-config fsck_msdos ndiff sudo
apt-extracttemplates fstyp ndp sudoedit
apt-ftparchive fstyp_hfs netstat sum
apt-get fstyp_msdos newfs suspend
apt-key fstyp_ntfs newfs_hfs sw_vers
apt-mark fstyp_udf newfs_msdos sync
apt-sortpkgs fstyp_ufs ngettext syschk
ar ftp nice sysctl
arch function nl syslogd
arm-apple-darwin9-c++ funzip nm tabs
arm-apple-darwin9-g++ g++ nmap tac
arm-apple-darwin9-gcc gawk nmapfe tail
arm-apple-darwin9-gcc-4.2.1 gcc nmedit talk
arp gccbug node tar
as gcov node-waf tee
athief getconf nohup telnet
athief.sh getdeviceinfo nologin test
autopoint getopts notificationWatcher tftp
autossh gettext notify then
awd_ice2 gettext.sh notifyd tic
awk gettextize nping time
backup getty nproc timeout
badge geturl nvram times
badgenum gpg od toe
base64 gpg-zip openURL top
basename gpgsplit openssl touch
bash gpgv otool tput
bashbug gremlind otool64 tr
bg grep pagesize traceroute
bid groups pagestuff traceroute6
bind gssc passwd trap
break gunzip paste trpt
builtin gzexe patchsync true
bunzip2 gzip pathchk truncate
bzcat halt pax tset
bzip2 hash pbcopy tsort
bzip2recover head pbpaste tty
c++ help pcap-config tunefs
c_rehash hexdump pcre-config tweet
caller hidelibconvert pcregrep type
captoinfo history pcretest typeset
case hostid pfctl uicache
cat hostinfo photofix uiduid
cd hostname pid uiopen
chcon id pincrush uishoot
checksyms if ping ulimit
chflags ifconfig ping6 umask
chgrp igawk pinky umount
chmod iis pkglist unalias
chown in play uname
chroot indr plutil uncompress
cksum infocmp pmset unexpand
clear infotocap popd unifdef
clri inquiry powerlog uninstall_zenmap
cmp install pppd uniq
cms install_name_tool pr unlink
codesign_allocate intelliStatusIcons printenv unlzma
comm ioalloccount printf unrar
command ioclasscount ps unset
compgen ioreg ptx until
compiler iostat punchd unxz
complete ip-print pushd unzip
compopt ip6conf pwd unzipsfx
compress ip6fw pwd_mkdb update
continue ipconfig quitTop updatedb
coproc ipcrm quot uptime
cp ipcs quota urlclip
cpp ipfw quotacheck users
csplit itmsSearch quotaon uudecode
ctags jobs racoon uuencode
cunt join racoonctl uuid
curl kill ranlib uuid-config
curl-config killall rcp vdir
cut lang2.2 read vibrate
cycc lang2ez readarray vifs
cyfix last readlink vipw
cymanage launch readonly visudo
daily launchctl reboot vm_stat
date launchd recAudio vsdbutil
db_archive ld recode-sr-latin wait
db_checkpoint ld64 redo_prebinding wc
db_codegen ld_classic renice wget
db_deadlock ldid repquota which
db_dump let reset while
db_hotbackup libtool respring who
db_load link restart whoami
db_printlog lipo restore whois
db_recover ln return write
db_stat lnc rld xargs
db_upgrade local rlogin xgettext
db_verify locale rm xml2-config
dd locate rmdir xmlcatalog
declare lock rnano xmllint
dev_mkdb logger rootme xnmap
deviceinfo login route xz
df logname routed xzcat
diff logout rpcgen xzcmp
diff3 ls rsh xzdec
dir lsvfs rtadvd xzdiff
dircolors lua rtsol xzegrep
dirname luac run-parts xzfgrep
dirs lzcat runcon xzgrep
disown lzcmp safemode xzless
dmesg lzdiff sb xzmore
do lzegrep sbar yes
done lzfgrep sbdidlaunch zcat
dpkg lzgrep sbreload zcmp
dpkg-deb lzless sbsettingsd zdiff
dpkg-name lzma scp zdump
dpkg-query lzmadec script zegrep
dpkg-split lzmainfo scselect zenmap
dpkg-trigger lzmore scutil zfgrep
dpkg-unpack mDNSResponder sdiff zforce
dselect mDNSResponderHelper securekeyvaultd.N88 zgrep
du main.m sed zic
dump makemyring seg_addr_table zip
dumpfs mapfile seg_hack zipcloak
dynamic_pager md segedit zipnote
echo md5sum select zipsplit
edge mediaserverd seq zless
edgrem mesg set zmore
edquota mkdir sftp znew
egrep mkfifo sgchk zprint
elif mkfile sh {
else mknod sha1sum }
enable mktemp sha224sum
brc0703:~ root#

#74781 Remove Springtomize For Individual Tweaks, Because Springtomize Eats Your iDe...

Posted by The Elite on 09 April 2012 - 09:53 PM

How To Remove Springtomize For Individual Tweaks, Because Springtomize Eats Your iDevice

Springtomize loads like 80 dylibs, instead of one, so it takes up alot of RAM and burns your battery life. Below is a list of tweaks that can replace Springtomize.

Don't install all of them, because that will be doing exactly what Springtomize was doing. Install only the Tweaks you use/need.

For faster/slower animations: FakeClockUp OR SpeedIntensifier (do not install both)
For app to app transitions: Zephyr(comes with tons of app to app transition animations)
For Lock Animations: SleepFX(comes with tons of lock animations OR TVTube(only for the Old TV Animation) (do not install both)
For a custom screenshot flash: Screenshot Enhancer OR Iris Shot(doesn't change the color but makes it look like you took a photo) (do not install both)
For all capabilities you can edit plists with iFile, just search on google
For hiding dock: DockHide
For hiding dock labels: No Dock Labels 4.2.1
For hiding dock reflection: Replace SBDockMask(@2x)(-72).png in /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app with transparent pngs.
For hiding dock shadow: Delete WallpaperDockShadow(@2x)(-72).png and WallpaperDockShadowT(@2x)(-72).png in /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app
For using custom icons (on one page) in dock: you can use Scrollingboard(also gives you music controller and infinite dock space) OR Infinidock (also gives you infinite dock space)
For dock coverflow effect: Overflow
For showing seconds on lockscreen: Lock Seconds OR ClockSeconds (do not install both)
For always showing battery on lockscreen: ASB OR BatteryShower (do not install both)
For always showing WP on lockscreen: BatteryShower
For disabling camera on lockscreen: Activator(set so that double press home at lockscreen is "Do Nothing")
For always showing camera on lockscreen: CameraLocker
For hiding top bar (clock) on lockscreen: Lockscreen Clock Hide
For disabling artwork on lockscreen: Rename OR Delete NowPlayingArtLockscreen.bundle in /System/Library/SpringboardPlugins
For delaying dimming on lockscreen: Lockscreen Dim Delay
For hiding the slider on lockscreen: TrickSlide
For customizing the slider label: LabelSlider
For hiding icon labels: HideLabels
For disabling moving you icons: Icon Lock
For disabling jittering icons: NoWiggle
For disabling uninstalling: Icon Lock
For disabling all badges: No Badges
For custom icon per line/row: Iconoclasm
For resizing icons: Shrink
For hiding icons: Poof
For... awesome folders: FolderEnhancer
For... awesome switcher: Imperium or Aero
For custom carrier: MakeItMine OR StatusTweak OR OR Fake Operator Zeppelin(custom images instead of carrier) (do not multiple tweaks from this category)
For custom time: SBSettings OR StatusTweak (do not install both)
For disabling status bar items: SBSettings OR CleanStatus OR StatusTweak (do not install multiple tweaks from this category)
For hiding dots for pages: Remove Page Dots OR No Page Dots (do not install both)
For removing page limits: OverBoard OR Infiniboard(can scroll down as well as sideways) (do not install both)
For disabling spotlight: SpotRemover OR NoSpot (do not install both)
For disabling paging: Infiniboard
For theming: Winterboard
For disabling notification center: Activator(set so that swipe down everywhere is "Do Nothing")
For custom notification center BG: Custom NC Background
For Instant notification center clear: QuickClear
For custom notification center lines: NotificationCenter Enhancer
For deleting settings files: iFile in /Library/MobileSubstrate/DynamicLibraries
For mobilesubstrate enabling/disabling: SBSettings

If you have a tweak that does one of the following and is not listed above, OR if I misspelled a tweak OR if one of the tweaks is not compatible with a firmware, please let me know by leaving a comment below. This post will be updated regularly.

#77410 iDevice Downloads

Posted by The Elite on 02 May 2012 - 06:43 AM

This is insanelyi's iDevice Downloads page. This page is updated regularly. All the links below are OFFICIAL links and were directly taken from Apple, or from the program's official site. You may need a torrent program to download some of the programs. If you want an older version of the program, click "Show" (right next to "Spoiler") underneath the most recent version. Tethered jailbreaks are included in supported firmwares.

There are two parts to this Downloads Page:

iOS Firmwares
Jailbreak Tools & More

P.S. I spent a lot of time on this and would love to see some appreciation from you guys to encourage me. You can show appreciation by pressing the green + on the bottom right of this post (only appears on Desktop or on Desktop Mode on an iDevice). Thanks :)

#125697 (FIX) Some Stock Apps Won't Open After Appsync for iOS7 Installed

Posted by iSteve-O on 25 December 2013 - 07:15 PM

So whenever I update my device when a new jailbreak comes out, I do it in the order that follows:


1. Backup & sync your device.

2. Restore & setup as "New iPhone/iPad/iPod."

3. Jailbreak & Install all previous Cydia tweaks (including AppSync so I get ALL of my apps synced to the device after the next step).

4. Restore from previous backup & sync data.



I do this so the settings for tweaks that have already been setup on the previous iOS installation (and are saved in the backup) are applied when I finally sync all of my data back to my device. Not all tweaks have their settings backed up in the iTunes backup, but some do, and this helps me have a few less things to re-configure to my liking after the restore/update.


I've always had great luck with this in the past; however this time, after I had completed the final step, I was unable to open Calculator, Mail, Safari & Weather.

Some of these I just can't live without since it's my work phone, and I think that goes without saying anyway.


If you find yourself in this predicament after the new Evasi0n7 jailbreak have no fear, there is an easy fix.


Follow the steps below and these apps will be back up and running in no time!


1. Open Cydia and navigate to the "Manage" section, then the "Packages" section.

2. Uninstall Appsync, then respring your device

3. Install iFile (if you haven't already)

4. Open iFile and navigate to /var/mobile/Library/Caches (or User/Library/Caches as they are the same, just a shortcut)

5. Delete the following 2 files from this folder

          a) "com.apple.LaunchServices-054.csstore" (your numbers may be different, I'm not sure, but just find the similarly named file. There's only 1 like it)

          B) "com.apple.mobile.installation.plist"

6. Close iFile and reboot your iPhone (Don't freak out, if you did this right your AppStore installed app icons will be gone but reappear almost immediately)

7. Make sure that your previously-crashing apps now open properly (which they now should).

8. Open Cydia and re-install AppSync for iOS7

9. You are now finished. All apps should open and AppSync will be fully functional.


Note: Due to the compatibility issues with iOS7/Evasi0n7 & Mobile Substrate, if you had any tweaks installed you will have to also re-install Mobile Substrate & respring to get those working again after you reboot your device or install any tweaks in Cydia (this has nothing to do with AppSync, it is Mobile Substrate & it will be updated so you won't need to do this part in the very near future; but for now this is the workaround).


Please post any questions, and hopefully another community member or I will be able to help!


If this helped you with your issue let me know that too, and/or give me some love below!


Good luck! Happy Jailbreaking!








PP25 or 25PP or PPhelper (whatever you want to call it) also causes this issue and is not able to be fixed with this method on all devices.


If you have this installed and this tutorial is not fixing your problem, it is most likely due to PP.


Zeusmos & AppAddict are good alternatives I can confirm to be working through multiple reboots/resprings with no issues.

#106527 How To Install Fully Licensed Official Lockinfo 5 (Upgradable)

Posted by Spliff228 on 09 February 2013 - 07:38 AM

In this tutorial I will tell you how to use the (semi-broken) Lockinfo 5 package from insanelyi repo to get the official version fully licensed from it's official Cydia repo. It is actually quite simple, just follow these few steps.


1. In Cydia, install the Lockinfo 5 package from http://repo.insanelyi.com. (This will also install a few dependency packages, including "dba-tech common," which will be important later) Cydia will now make you Restart Springboard, so please do so.


2. After respringing the device, go into the stock Settings app, and navigate to the Lockinfo section (AKA Lockinfo settings bundle, not the springboard icon, as you will notice the icon does not work if you try it).


3. Make sure the license box says "Full" in settings (you may need to hit a button to crack or check the license when the springboard first restarts). Note: the next steps will not work unless the word "Full" appears in that license section in Settings app Lockinfo section.


4. Once you have verified that the license is full, exit Settings app and go back into Cydia.


5. Tap on the "Manage" section, and navigate to "Packages" (on iPad, tap on the "Installed" section).


6. Locate the package "dba-tech common," and tap to enter this package then tap "Modify" in the top right-hand corner, then "Remove." *******IMPORTANT******** DO NOT YET tap "Confirm" to uninstall; instead tap "Continue Queuing." You will notice when you uninstall this package it will automatically uninstall "Lockinfo 5" from insanelyi as well; this is intended and exactly what we want to do, just continue queuing and go to the next step.


7.Now that you have the removal queuing, navigate to the official "Lockinfo 5" package in its official repo. (You can use the "Search" section for this)


8. Tap "Install" on the official package. You should now see on the screen that Cydia will remove "Lockinfo 5" & "dba-tech common" (from insanelyi), and install the official "Lockinfo 5" & "dba-tech common" packages.


9. Tap confirm to begin the removal/reinstallation, and when Cydia is done doing its thing it will ask you to "Restart springboard." After the springboard restarts, you can tap the Lockinfo icon or go into settings and see that you now have the fully licensed official "Lockinfo 5" installed!


The best part about this is that the license is backed up with iTunes backup, so as long as you restore a device from that same backup you will always have the full license and can reinstall straight from the official repo! If an update is released in Cydia, just update like normal, because you have a license now!


If I helped you with this, show me some love on the post, but the glory goes to Fabius for the basis of the crack!


Enjoy, everyone!

#94988 How to hack with MobileSubstrate

Posted by insanelyi on 16 October 2012 - 07:52 PM

Before I begin, please note that you need some hacking skills in order to comprehend what I try to explain. Enjoy.

Hello everyone, this is just another "noob-friendly" tutorial of mine on how to make MS, or MobileSubstrate, hacks on your iDevice.

Table of Contents

  • Required packages
    • THEOS
    • Perl
    • MobileTerminal
    • iFile
    • SDK
  • Class dump
  • Making the tweak
  • What to do with the functions
  • Organization of the tweak
  • Compiling your tweak

Required Packages


After doing all of that, install BigBoss Recommended tools (from the BigBoss source, of course!) and respring your device.

You now have all the requirements to start hacking.

Class Dump


Making the tweak


What to do with the functions


Organization of the tweak


Compiling your tweak


Congrats, you now know how to make MS hacks. I also have a guide up on how to make your MS hacks in to a OnDevice settings patcher, so check that out too. I hope this helped!

Guide written by Person1359 (otherwise known as Lethal_Shots).

#17399 DreamBoard Themes

Posted by Chris on 11 March 2011 - 02:28 PM

From the creator of PerPageHTML+ and BackBoard, Wyndwarrior is a coding genius. His knowledge and implementation of the code is so beyond me its crazy. Something like this will really open the doors for future theming. And I for one am looking forward to the future updates Posted Image

On a side note I feel like I have to add, that even though what we do here to try and get you this stuff for free, myself in my own opinion feel its worth some money. If you have messed with it for any short period of time you know that taking the time to create something of this caliber is worth something. Just food for thought :)


Wyndwarrior says "Think Winterboard + Backboard + PerPageHTML", "With NO more resprings"

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Wyndwarrior: Sorry, this program is no longer available due to the surprisingly large population of "young people".

Due to a recent development, this thread will no longer host the themes that require a donation towards to author first. I strongly suggest that you find the themes you want and donate, the devs do need support.

These themes below are posted free, as seen on from the original source.

Make sure you check the files after download. Some theme files have internal folders and instructions. Failure to do so will result in Black Screens.

Support Thread ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ FAQ's and How To's

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#152388 Car Town Streets Hack +13 (All Versions)

Posted by FireHole on 14 July 2014 - 04:34 PM


The hacks are:
1: Infinite Xp (Read Notes!)
2: Watch Infinite Ads
3: Anti Ban
4: Never Get a Flat Tire
5: Lots of Trophies
6: Infinite Coins (Read Notes!)
7: All Jobs are Dream Jobs
8: Infinite Gifts
9: Infinite Attack Boost
10: Auto collect when you press a reward from a car
11: Block ads
12: Always have Attack Power
13: The app runs in Background

: Car Town Streets
: Ifile

How to Install
1: Download The File
2: Open it in ifile
3: Press install
4: Wait for it to finish
5: Respring your device
6: Turn the hack one in settings
7: Done

: you must turn on all the hacks
: For infinite XP Finish the Toturial then go search for a car then you will recieve the XP
: You search for cars at the Rusty's car rescue building
: If you want to search normal again turn off the infinite XP or Coins
: Please leave a like
: I will release some more hacks in the future so stay tuned
: Sorry that is are 2 links they use the same hook

For the xp hack download this file
Don't forget click THANKS button

For the coin hack download this file
Don't forget click THANKS button

Credit: Mikedamen9

Attached Files

#144905 Shoutbox Rules

Posted by cRazEY-G on 29 April 2014 - 05:52 PM

20 non-spam posts are required before being able to use the shoutbox.

[info]Shoutbox Rules[/info]

The shoutbox is meant for general chat by members of all ages. This means:
  • No excessive swearing (we have members of all ages).
  • No discussion of vulgar/sexually explicit topics (we have members of all ages).
  • No requests for tweaks/apps/support (we have a Requests and Support forum).
  • No displaying/advertising other websites (or repos).

insanelyi should not be used as a platform to launch your own website. This includes, but is not limited to:
  • No discussion of your personal website creation.
  • No utilizing insanelyi members as resources to foster growth of your own site.
  • No displaying/advertising personal websites (or repos) in your signature, avatar or posts.

Unfortunately, failure to comply with these rules limits our options and as such we are forced to take action. Here is a breakdown of penalties that we must impose:
  • First offense - 24 hour ban from the shoutbox.
  • Second offense - permanent ban from the shoutbox.
  • Multiple offenses - immediate bans from both the shoutbox and the forum without further notice.

As a general rule, remember that it is YOUR responsibility to ensure that you are familiar with these rules in their current state at all times!

Useful Links:

Updated: 29/4/2014

#93788 The Simpsons: Tapped Out v3.0.0

Posted by Black Hippy on 08 October 2012 - 02:58 AM


#105156 The Simpsons Tapped Out v4.1.0 + 2

Posted by Mila432 on 31 January 2013 - 01:42 AM

max donuts

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#158439 Avast! SecureLine VPN

Posted by Kenny McCormick on 03 November 2014 - 05:32 AM

3/4 Years Subscription.

1.Download SecureLine from iTunes
2. Open the app and install the profile.
3. Once installed go to settings and scroll down and enter one these codes below.
4. Click the post_thanks.gif button below.



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#59248 Yes, You can send FREE SMS Worldwide!

Posted by Georges00 on 09 December 2011 - 05:55 AM


You're reading right: FREE SMS
It's easy
1-Download Global.AQ Lite (only lite)
2-Get IAP Cracker
3-Open Global.AQ
3-Buy some credits(you will get them flre becaise you have IAP Cracker)
4-Send some FREE SMS
5-Press the right green button
6-Thank you for reading

#453 Speed up your iDevice by removing launch daemons

Posted by Boss on 03 March 2010 - 07:58 AM

What is a LauchDaemon?

"In Unix and other computer multitasking operating systems, a daemon is a computer program that runs in the background, rather than under the direct control of a user; they are usually initiated as background processes."
So what does this mean? This means that when your iPhone or iPod is turned on, it loads a bunch of background processes (over 60!) that allow it to do various things, like connect to the Internet and receive calls. Since these processes are in the background, they take up a sizable amount of your device's available RAM, and because they're system processes, they can't be killed with SBSettings or MemTool. The good news is that some of these daemons are completely unnecessary (for most people), and you can simply delete them and regain the RAM they were taking up.

First, SSH into your device and navigate to /System/Library. Find the LaunchDaemons folder and download the entire thing to your desktop. Rename the folder on your desktop to something like "LaunchDaemons.old" or "LaunchDaemons.backup" and reupload it to your device without making any changes to it (and keep a copy on your computer as well; you can never have too many backups). This will serve as our on-device backup, in case something goes wrong and you can't SSH into your device or connect via USB. Then, make all of the changes you want to make to the .plist files in the original LaunchDaemons folder.

To disable a daemon, simply delete or rename the extension of the plist (com.apple.XXXX.plist -> com.apple.XXXX.bak) to disable the corresponding .plist file.

Safe Daemons

These can be deleted by any user, with no adverse effects on the device.

• com.apple.appsupport.cplogd.plist - Logs crashes of applications and
3rd party apple to /var/mobile/Library/Logs, and also tells the system if a
symlink cannot be created.
• com.apple.apsd.tcpdump.en0.plist - Logs push notification errors.
• com.apple.apsd.tcpdump.pdp_ip0.plist - Also believed to log push
notification errors.
• com.apple.aslmanager.plist - This daemon manages system logs.
• [*]com.apple.certui.relay.plist - When you are on a public network (like
my school) and Safari can't verify what website it is connecting to, it will say
"This website is not verified" or something like that, and asks if you want to
still continue. Feel free to delete this.
• com.apple.chud.chum.plist - This daemon is thought to relate to
Apple's CHUD (Computer Hardware Understanding Developer) tools. Removing this
daemon will have no adverse effects on your device, unless you are a developer.
• com.apple.chud.pilotfish.plist - This daemon is also thought to relate
to Apple's CHUD tools. Removing this daemon will have no adverse effects on your
device, unless you are a developer.
• com.apple.crash_mover.plist - Moves crash log files from where they
originate to /var/Mobile/Library/Logs. Feel free to remove if you don't have
your device log crashes.
• com.apple.CrashHouseKeeping.plist - Cleans up old logs, safe to delete
if already removing logging software. If you regularly run @p0sixninja's crash
reporter to help for jailbreaks, do not remove this.
• com.apple.DumpBasebandCrash.plist - Dumps baseband crashes, which
shouldn't happen during normal use. iPod touch users don't even have a baseband.
If you regularly run @p0sixninja's crash reporter to help for jailbreaks, do not
remove this.
• com.apple.DumpPanic.plist - Dumps crashes for evaluation by Apple. If
you regularly run @p0sixninja's crash reporter to help for jailbreaks, do not
remove this.
• com.apple.marcoagent.plist - Logs crashes related to iMessage,
FaceTime and ect. Feel free to remove from your iDevice.
• com.apple.mobile.softwareupdated.plist - Deals with OTA software
updating. Feel free to remove, your jailbroken, you can't use it anyways.
• com.apple.OTACrashCopier.plist - Moves crashes from Over the Air
software updates to /var/mobile/Library/Logs. Feel free to remove the daemon.
• com.apple.OTATaskingAgent.plist - Tells the device to periodically
check for OTA updates. Feel free to remove.
• com.apple.powerlog.plist - This is used to monitor any
incompatibilities with 3rd party chargers.
• com.apple.ReportCrash.(Different Things).plist - There are 6 of these
daemons, and they collect data about what caused a crash, what programs were
running at the time, etc. If you regularly run @p0sixninja's crash reporter to
help for jailbreaks, do not remove this.
• com.apple.sharktrace.plist Deals with developer crash logs, if you
aren't a developer then feel free to delete.
• com.apple.softwareupdateservicesd.plist - Tells iOS how to start and
execute an OTA update, feel free to remove. Although DO NOT attempt an OTA
update with this removed. I feel that it also stops the update from happening if
the device is jailbroken.
• com.apple.Springboard.SetupHelper.plist - Starts the iOS Setup app
when the device first boots and after restores. Remove because it's no longer
needed after your initial setup.
• com.apple.syslogd.plist - Logs system events.

Conditional Daemons

These daemons can be disabled by certain users who have no need for some features of their device.

• com.apple.accessoryd.plist - If removed, disables accessories like FM
radio transmitters, iPhone docks, and AV cables. Accessories will be able to
charge your device, but that is all they will be able to do. Remove this if you
don't use any of these accessories.
• com.apple.AddressBook.plist - If removed, Contacts in the Phone
application will load slightly slower. Disable this if you don't care about
• com.apple.AdminLite.plist - This daemon tries to return control of
your device to you if it thinks that you are waiting for a lengthly process to
respond. It does this by force-quitting the process, so if you're tired of your
apps crashing and you would rather wait a few seconds for them to finish what
they're doing, disable this daemon.
• com.apple.AOSNotification.plist - This daemon deals with iCloud
syncing. If you do not use iCloud for backups, photostream, ect. then you can
disable this.
• com.apple.apsd.plist - If removed, Push Notifications and iMessages
will no longer work. Disable this if you don't use Push Notifications or
• com.apple.assitivetouchd.plist - Starts the process for the
AssistiveTouch.app (Located under Accessibility). If you don't use this, then
feel free to remove it.
• com.apple.daily.plist - Reminds the App Store to check for updates to
installed applications, remove if you want to do this manually
• com.apple.dataaccess.dataaccessd.plist - If removed, contacts will no
longer sync via Exchange, iCloud or Google Sync. Disable this if you don't use those
services. (This will NOT disable Push notifications from Google Voice's app,
only the push mail service.)
• com.apple.datamigrator.plist - Used to transfer contacts from SIM card
to phone. iPod touch users can delete this.
• com.apple.gamed.plist - Used for GameCenter, remove if you don't use
• com.apple.itunescloudd.plist - Deals with iTunes Cloud/Home Sharing.
Delete if you don't use that.
• com.apple.iapd.plist - Functions like com.apple.accessoryd.plist, it
deals with accessories that also come with companion apps.
• com.apple.MobileInternetSharing.plist - Used for Internet Tethering.
Disable this if you have an iPod touch or if you aren't interested in tethering.
• com.apple.mobile.obliteration.plist - This daemon wipes the data
partition of your device. (Source) This will be used if you remotely wipe your
phone via Exchange, or if you use Settings > General > Reset, or if you set your
device to wipe itself after a certain number of failed passcode entries. If you
don't use these features, you can delete this daemon.
• com.apple.mobile.profile_janitor.plist - This daemon apparently deals
with provisioning profiles for ad-hoc app distribution. If that doesn't apply to
you, or if you have no idea what that is, you can delete this daemon.
• com.apple.printd.plist - Starts the AirPrint launch daemon process,
remove if you don't use AirPrint.
• com.apple.racoon.plist - Used for Virtual Private Networks. Disable
this daemon if you do not use any VPNs.
com.apple.scrod.plist - This daemon deals with Voice Control. If you
don't use Voice Control, you can delete this daemon.
• com.apple.searchd.plist - Disables Spotlight search if removed. The
Spotlight page will still be there, but nothing will show up when you start
typing. Disable this daemon if you don't use Spotlight.
• com.apple.search.appindexer.plist - Indexes apps so they can pop up in
Spotlight, remove this if you don't use Spotlight.
com.apple.storage_mounter.plist - This daemon allows you to use the
"iPad Camera Connection Kit". Remove if you don't use this.
• com.apple.twitterd.plist - Starts the "Tweet from Youtube, Safari,
ect" process. Remove if you don't use the In-App Twitter addition.
• com.apple.vibrationmanagerd.plist - Deals with custom vibration
patterns. If you don't use those or you have an iPod touchy feel free to delete
• com.apple.voiced.plist - Yet another Voice Control daemon.
• com.apple.VoiceOverTouch.plist - Another Voice Control daemon.
• com.apple.vsassetd.plist - Starts the actual VoiceServices for Voice
Control. Delete if you don't use Voice Control.
• com.apple.wapic.plist - Logs errors when trying to connect to a WiFi
network with Chinese characters in the name. Remove this if you don't live in

Self-Edit Daemons

These daemons require you to do additional steps to remove them.

• com.apple.BTServer.plist - The back-end for bluetooth on the device. REMOVING WITHOUT DOING THE BELOW WILL CAUSE A RESTORE!!!

To disable first open settings and make sure bluetooth is turned off(Settings>General>Bluetooth) Then go to /System/Library/CoreServices/Springboard.app and open your N**AP.plist
N18AP-iPod touch 3G
N81AP-iPod touch 4G
N82AP-iPhone 3G
N88AP-iPhone 3G[S]
N90AP-iPhone 4 GSM
N94AP-iPhone 4 CDMA

Then look for the <key>bluetooth</key> string.

change <true/> to <false/>.

• com.apple.locate.plist - When the device tries to locate itself, this daemon is called. REMOVING WITHOUT DOING THE BELOW WILL CAUSE A RESTORE!!!

To disable first open settings and make sure location services are turned off(Settings>General>Location Services or Settings>Location Services) Then go to /System/Library/CoreServices/Springboard.app and open your N**AP.plist
N18AP-iPod touch 3G
N81AP-iPod touch 4G
N82AP-iPhone 3G
N88AP-iPhone 3G[S]
N90AP-iPhone 4 GSM
N94AP-iPhone 4 CDMA

Then look for the <key>location-services</key> string.

change <true/> to <false/>.

Then look for the <key>gps</key> string.

change <true/> to <false/>

Then remove the daemon.

• com.apple.locationd.plist - When the device strores "locationgate" data, this daemon is called. REMOVING WITHOUT DOING THE BELOW WILL CAUSE A RESTORE!!!

To disable first open settings and make sure location services are turned off(Settings>General>Location Services or Settings>Location Services) Then go to /System/Library/CoreServices/Springboard.app and open your N**AP.plist
N18AP-iPod touch 3G
N81AP-iPod touch 4G
N82AP-iPhone 3G
N88AP-iPhone 3G[S]
N90AP-iPhone 4 GSM
N94AP-iPhone 4 CDMA

Then look for the <key>location-services</key> string.

change <true/> to <false/>.

Then look for the <key>gps</key> string.

change <true/> to <false/>

Then remove the daemon.

Device-Specific Daemons
These daemons have different functions for different devices. Be ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN that these daemons are safe to delete from your specific device.

• com.apple.CommCenter.plist
• com.apple.CommCenterClassic.plist
• com.apple.CommCenterMobileHelper.plist
• com.apple.CommCenterRootHelper.plist - These 4 daemons deal with making and receiving phone calls and connecting to the cellular data network. iPod touch users and wifi-only iPad users (confirmed on the first-gen iPod, assumed on all the others) can delete this daemon with the effect of having "Searching" in there statusbar. If it doesn't bother you then go ahead and remove the daemon. iPhone and iPad 3G users should not delete this daemon under any circumstances.
• com.apple.awd_ice3.plist - Deals with initial iPhone activation on the iPhone 4 (Only confirmed on the GSM version, not sure if the CDMA version has a different daemon). Feel free to remove this sense your jailbroken, and you can't do OTA Updates. Also feel free to remove this because when you restore the daemon automatically gets put back on your device.
• com.apple.aggregated.plist - It is believed that this performs some function related to Audio-In. If you have an iPod touch and do not intend to use Audio-In, disable this. iPhone users should leave this alone.
• com.apple.aggregated.dbservice.plist - Creates database files (thumbs.db, DS_Store.db ect.) for voice input services. Remove if you don't use audio input (com.apple.aggregated.plist).

Leave-Alone Daemons

These daemons are crucial to the operation of your device and should not be modified in any way.

• com.apple.fairplayd.plist - This checks the DRM on your legitimately-acquired music and apps.
• com.apple.installd.plist - Deals with app installation.
• com.apple.configd+pm.plist - Deals with system configuration.
• com.apple.configd-pm.plist - Also deals with system configuration.
• com.apple.gmmd.plist - A debugging service for your device.
• com.apple.mDNSResponder.plist - DNS. Disable this, and your Internet is completely gone.
• com.apple.mDNSResponderHelper.plist - Also deals with DNS.
• com.apple.usbptpd.plist - Allows your device to connect to your computer and charge.
• com.apple.mtmergeprops.plist - Appears to have something to do with the touchscreen. After I deleted this daemon, my screen was unresponsive. This is why you make backups!
• com.apple.SCHelper-embedded.plist - Appears to be a part of the SystemConfiguration framework (Source), so I don't recommend deleting it. If some brave soul wants to try it, go ahead and report back.
com.apple.SpringBoard.plist - This daemon ensures that SpringBoard launches when you turn your device on. Without this daemon, SpringBoard will not launch. Also, this daemon ensures that you are able to respring your device. If you disable this daemon and attempt to respring, the SpringBoard process will be killed but will not start again.
• com.apple.mobile.lockbot.plist - This daemon's function is currently unknown, but several users have removed it (based on my advice; sorry about that, guys!) and have had to restore as a result. However, I think it's worth noting that I have removed this daemon on my first-gen iPod touch and have encountered no problems. For the time being, however, leave this daemon alone.
• com.apple.mobile.Lockdown.plist - Deals with SIM and network authorization. iPod touch users, even though this daemon seems like it deals with iPhone-only operations, have still had to restore after deleting this daemon. I have removed this daemon on my first-gen iPod touch and have encountered no problems, but apparently I'm the only one who has been this lucky.
• com.apple.itdbprep.plist - When syncing music and videos to the device this daemon is called to allow for USB editing of the iTunesDataBase (The place where all the information about songs and videos you have is store). DO NOT MESS WITH THIS DAEMON.
• com.apple.itunesstored - Messing with this daemon will cause it to use 100% of your device's CPU periodically. Leave it alone.
• com.apple.mediaserverd.plist - I don't know, I don't care. It will SERIOUSLY screw up UIKit(Your Animations, your device will be come VERY laggy and slow) LEAVE THIS ONE ALONE!!!
• com.apple.UIKit.pasteboard.plist - Supposedly deals with Copy and Paste functionality... I've never had a good experience with it. If anybody wants to prove me wrong then be my guest
• com.apple.hpfd.plist - I think it has to do with helping to install and remove stuff. It's best not to touch this daemon.
• com.apple.cvmsCompAgent_armv7.plist - Deals with OpenGLES. If you delete this you're iDevice will lag like crazy.
• com.apple.cvmsServ.plist - Also deals with OpenGLES.
• com.apple.powerd.plist - Keeps your device on. DO NOT TOUCH
• com.apple.backupd.plist - This is how iTunes knows what files are on your device (Otherwise it will just show everything as "Other" and not allow you to sync. DO NOT REMOVE THIS DAEMON.


With a very special thanks to Sarcasm Siempre for initially writing the guide and collecting information about the daemons and a very special thanks to tw23 who helped me find several daemons and who got me motivated to get off my lazy ass and start to look for launch daemons again, Thanks bro.

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#37010 i just need 20 posts so i can get my problem solved in shoutbox

Posted by Boss on 09 July 2011 - 10:53 PM

I'm gonna leave this up so users understand what gets you banned.

Sirlazer <--- is now on vacation.

PS. Next time read the rules before posting.