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RollTide MJ
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New tweak out called CamText. When you go into texting app it will go transparent and you can see what's in front of you. So if you walk and text you don't have to look up. Uses the camera to show you what's ahead.









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Man, there are no themes out there





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RollTide MJ
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New tweak out called 'auki' by iOS developer Bensge and graphic Designer Surenix.

YouTube

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Auki is essentially a quick reply feature for messaging, as well as an easy way to silence individual conversations or people in messages.

It's available in Cydia now, for $3.99.

Auki has a host of features, including:

Quick compose
Quick reply
Silent mode
Stealth mode
Smart iMessage/SMS detection
Custom Activations
Vide, Image/GIF Support
Landscape mode
Group messages
Message carryover
Contact pictures
Native look/integration


It's a smoother response than BiteSMS, completely integrating with the stock messages app on your iPhone. This doesn't yet support iPad.






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Alright guys I've got a problem. Starting about a week ago, some apps will crash constantly. Facebook will open for about 15 seconds then crash. I can't open my photos folder. About 6 apps total do this. I love this jailbreak and want try and not restart, is there any way to respring my phone with out losing the JB?





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Reboot. I've had that happen to me too. It fixes it.





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Big Floppy TDs
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Do you do that threw Cydia or threw settings?





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Any JB for 7.1 yet?





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Reboot? Just hold down the power and home button until the screen goes black and the Apple logo comes back.





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RollTide MJ
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I would say reboot the device first of all. Secondly, did it happen after downloading or updating anything through Cydia? If so then it could be what you downloaded causing the problem. If it just started randomly then it could be just a reboot needed.





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RollTide MJ
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No, no jailbreak for 7.1. More than likely you won't see another new one until iOS 8.





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Just saw this pop up on app advise and figured id share if you haven't seen this yet. Looks like those pesky Chinese bastards figured a way into our Idevises.
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Malware Has Appeared On The Cydia Store, Here's How You Can Deal With It by Joe White on April 19, 2014 As far as mobile devices go, Apple's iOS is largely safe and secure from the threat of mobile malware (as Phil Schiller reminded us a few months ago, 99 percent of mobile malware in 2013 appeared on Android devices). It should come as no surprise to hear that jailbreaking an iOS device changes this, however, and now a malicious piece of malware has surfaced on the Cydia Store. Called Unflod.dylib, it's dangerous malware for sure: the malware is designed to listen for outgoing connections, and once it recognizes an Apple ID and passcode, it sends the credentials back to the creators of the software as plain text. The malware hasn't appeared in Cydia's default repositories; instead, it seems to have surfaced in a private repository originating in China. Moreover, it's been proposed that the repository in question could be a pirate repository designed to illegally distribute pirated iOS software. If you haven't added any “questionable” repositories to your iOS device's Cydia application, you're more than likely fine. However, for those concerned Jay Freeman (@saurik), “father of the Cydia Store,” has provided detailed instructions on both detecting and removing Unflod.dylib from an affected iOS device. The instructions appeared on Reddit and outline the process in 10 steps: Use iFile (or another way to access your filesystem) to navigate to /Library/MobileSubstrate/DynamicLibraries/ and check to see if Unflod.dylib and Unflod.plist (or framework.dylib and framework.plist) are in the list of files in that directory. (If you aren't used to navigating the filesystem with iFile: open iFile, tap the back button at top left until you no longer get a back button, and then tap Library, tap MobileSubstrate, tap DynamicLibraries, and scroll down to see if these files are there.) If they exist, continue with the rest of these instructions. If you only see other .dylib and .plist files with other names, you're probably fine. (It's possible for this malware to have other names, but checking for these files is a good basic first step.) In iFile, tap the blue “i” at the right of the Unflod.dylib or framework.dylib file listing, and scroll down to where it says “Last modification”. Write down the date & time that the file was last modified, and put this info into a new page in your Notes app. Open up Cydia and install OpenSSH, if you don't have it installed already. Follow these instructions to SSH into your device from your computer, and then follow these instructions to change your root and mobile passwords. (I would like to recommend using MobileTerminal from your device instead, since that's easier, but it doesn't seem to support copy and paste.) At the command line, preferably as root, paste this command (which is basically a special search command): find /System /Library /usr /private/var -type f -print0 2>/dev/null | sudo xargs -0r grep -EHi “P5KFURM8M8|Unflod” Tap Return, and wait for several minutes. Don't let the phone go to sleep (or the search may stop), just let the results happen – it'll print out a bunch of messages. After it stops printing out messages (you can tell because you'll get a command prompt again, or if you don't know what a command prompt looks like, you can just tell because it'll stop printing out messages every few seconds), then select all of the results and copy them. Paste these results into an email to yourself (or something like that). On your device, copy and paste the results into your Notes page (where you put the “last modification” time in step 2). Open up iFile (or another way to access your filesystem) and go to /var/lib/cydia/metadata.plist. Open this and copy and paste it into the Notes page. Then select your whole Notes page and copy it. Open up Cydia and search for Cyntact (or another package by saurik). Tap “Author” at the top of the page, and tap one of the options to email saurik. In this email, change the subject line to “Unflod data”, and then paste your collected info at the top of the email. Paste it carefully so that you don't accidentally delete the log files that Cydia has already automatically attached to the email. Send it! Use iFile (or another way to access your filesystem) to delete Unflod.dylib and Unflod.plist (and/or framework.dylib and framework.plist) in /Library/MobileSubstrate/DynamicLibraries/ – and reboot your device, and then change your Apple ID password and security questions. The same Reddit post also encourages users to contact Freeman directly if they're having trouble executing the above method; information on this can be found at the original thread.



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RollTide MJ
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Thanks for the heads up.





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4WHLN
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Anyone having an issue with the sound disappearing from there notifications and texts? I've restarted several times, turned all tweaks and other cydia apps off to see if this effects the sound but I'm having no luck.







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Anyone know if there is a tweak that will disable the volume "ducking" when listening to music and a text/email comes in?





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4WHLN
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Has anyone tried Appellancy yet? It's a facial recognition tweak that takes the place of your pass code.





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