iH8sn0w released the beta 6 version of sn0wbreeze 2.8, software that allows us to make a custom ipsw jailbroken for iOS 5. Sn0wbreeze 2.8 keep baseband intact during the update so if you have the iPhone that needs to unlock, with Gevey 3G or ultrasn0w you can rest assured but I have not tested ultrasn0w on iOS 5 so I cannot tell if it works or not.
This version of the program is not compatible with iPad 2 so do not try to use it with your iPad 2. Sn0wbreeze 2.8 beta 6 is available for everyone even if you do not have your UDID registered and iH8sn0w included the option to disable the expiry date of these beta versions of iOS 5.
Adobe flash by default is not supported on Apple Mobile Devices. When you are browsing flash-based content websites, you may not see the content, or it will just say that adobe flash is required and need to be installed. Meanwhile, iPhone, iPod and iPad are not allowed to support adobe flash.
Steve Jobs already told his though about flash. He pointed 6 reasons not to allow flash on iPhone, iPod, and iPad. Flash is closed system, Flash is not the only thing that exist on the Internet, Reliability, security and performance issue, battery’s life issue, no-mice, and most important thing is that app developers will face difficulty.
After Apple relaxed the rules, more apps support adobe flash on App Store.
There are several ways to see flash-based website content on iPhone, iPod, and iPad. [click to continue…]
Hey iPhone Users, did you miss the video interview of Jay Freeman –creator of cydia, made by Robert Scoble titled: “Why you should jailbreak your iPhone“?
Why should you jailbreak your iPhone‚Äù video was removed from YouTube a few days ago, because someone calls the Robert Scoble and his number exposed, then he got bunch of calls after his number get exposed. This video already watched for 155,000 times before the video finally pulled by youtube because its content violated YouTube‚Äôs Terms of Service.
He explained why the video interview with saurik a.k.a Jay Freeman removed by YouTube:
My video of @saurik was deleted because it contained a phone number. YouTube finally explained that is a no-no last night. Thanks!
@AllenJFuller the guy who’s phone number was exposed complained because he said he was getting tons of calls.
@bruceserven someone called in middle of interview and his phone number was exposed. I didn’t catch it during editing and he complained.
If you haven’t watched the video “Why you should jailbreak your iPhone” or simply want to watch it again, here is the video: