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Get Ios 8?s Notification Center On Ios 7 With This Slick Jailbreak Tweak | Cult Of Mac

186299 For one thing, they dropped the Missed tab, which was always next to useless. Theres also support for third-party widgets in Today View, as well as interactive notifications and the ability to individually dismiss notifications that are no longer applicable. They are all good changes, but unfortunately, you need to wait until September to make use of them that is, unless you have a jailbroken phone, in which case, a simple tweak is all you need to get an iOS 8-style Notification Center today. Now available on Cydia, Notific8 is a new teak that will make your Notification Center look like iOS 8 (if not exactly function like it). Features of Notific8 include removing the Missed notifications tab, changing the section headers to have a different background color, the enabling of an Edit Settings button to quickly change Notification Center settings, and other cosmetic tweaks. Sadly, some of iOS 8s more advanced Notification Center features, such as interactive Notifications, dont work with Notific8, but thats probably more than we can ask from a jailbreak tweak. With the release of the Pangu iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak , its once again easy to jailbreak your iOS device. As iOS 8 approaches, expect to see jailbreakers graft more of its functionality upon jailbroken iOS 7 devices. Notific8 can be downloaded for free on Cydias BigBoss repo.
Article Original: http://www.cultofmac.com/285049/get-ios-8s-notification-center-ios-7-slick-jailbreak-tweak/

iOS 7.1/iOS 7.1.1 Untethered Jailbreak: How to Jailbreak iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch with Pangu on Windows - Yahoo News UK

As far as spyware/keyloggers/etc., I can't confirm if it's safe." "This does work, it basically asks you to set the date to January 2nd, and then touch the weird app it installs, but it does install cydia!" Exploits Used in Pangu Jailbreak In response to a fan query on Twitter, iH8sn0w has revealed that the jailbreak burns just a couple of exploits (codesign and kernel) along with syslogd chown vulnerability that was disclosed at the Black Hat hacking conference in August. Several members of the evad3rs team including MuscleNerd have confirmed that it is safe to install this jailbreak. MuscleNerd also tweets that it is not necessary to upgrade your device to iOS 7.0.x just to install the new jailbreak, especially if your device is already jailbroken with evasi0n7. Interested users can follow the step-by-step guide below to jailbreak iOS 7.1.x untethered using PanGu for Windows. Pre-requisites Ensure your iOS device is listed in the jailbreak compatibility section before you proceed. Disable the passcode on your device to prevent issues with jailbreaking by navigating to Settings >General >Passcode Lock On >Turn Passcode Off. Back up important data on your device via iTunes. Ensure the latest version of iTunes ( download here ) is installed on your computer.
Article Original: https://uk.news.yahoo.com/ios-7-1-ios-7-1-1-untethered-070309863.html

iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak free to all who dare to try it - CNET

But is it safe? presented by An untethered iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak courtesy of Chinese developers Screenshot by Lance Whitney/CNET Those of you who want to apply an untethered jailbreak to your iOS 7.1.1 device now have a new source. Cooked up by Chinese developers and packaged as a file called Pangu, the new jailbreak will reportedly hack its way into any device sporting iOS 7.1.1 , including the latest iPhone 5S and iPad Air , tech site Redmond Pie said on Tuesday. The installation file currently supports only Windows but an OS X version is supposed to be on the way. iOS 7.1.1 launched in April as just a minor update to the mobile operating system. But hackers continually attempt to outdo Apple by striving to jailbreak the latest version of iOS, a process that lets users customize their iOS devices and run unsupported apps. However, users take a risk when they jailbreak their devices as the practice is not sanctioned by Apple and could pose security risks. A jailbreak from Chinese developers raises a particular red flag given the current cyberspying frenzy between the US and China. Related stories
Article Original: http://www.cnet.com/news/ios-7-1-1-jailbreak-free-to-all-who-dare-to-try-it/

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