Saturday, April 2, 2011

Update IPhone 3G, 3GS Baseband To 06.15.00 For Windows, Mac Using Redsn0w 0.9.6b5

Windows users can now update their iPhone 3GS & 3G baseband to 06.15.00 after Redsn0w 0.9.6b5 is officially released today by the iPhone Dev Team, and this release can also be used by Mac OS users, albeit they have their exclusive tool, namely PwnageTool 4.1.3 for the same purpose.
















Therefore use this link to download Redsn0w 0.9.6b5 and update your baseband (05.14.xx or 05.15.xx) to 06.15.00 to iOS 4.2.1 unlock purpose using Ultrasn0w 2.1. And the tutorial to do so can be found in the following page:

Update iPhone 3G, 3GS Baseband To 06.15.00 For Windows & Mac using Redsn0w 0.9.6b5

Requirements to update iPhone 3GS & 3G baseband to 06.15.00 with Redsn0w 0.9.6b5:

iSHSHit App Updated To Support iOS 4.3 / 4.3.1 – How to Save SHSH Blobs Using iSHSHit

iSHSHit, a popular TinyUmbrella alternative has been updated to support iOS 4.3 and iOS 4.3.1 on iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, iPad 1, iPod touch 4G, and iPod touch 3G. If you unaware, iSHSHit is a MUST have jailbreak app that allow you allows you to save and backup SHSH blobs of your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch directly on your device for later downgrading. It automatically uses the Cydia On File service in the background, so it’s a great way to ensure that your SHSH is stored by Cydia. iSHSHit can also email your SHSH blobs to you for more permanent storage. 

If you want to save the SHSH blobs of your beloved iOS device, you can follow the step-by-step guide posted below: 

Jailbreak iOS 4.3.1:

Note: You should have a jailbroken iOS device in order to download and install iSHSHit. You can jailbreak the iOS 4.3 or iOs 4.3.1 on your iOs device using PwnageTool 4.2 for Mac OS X with PwnageTool 4.2 with bundle 4.3.1 for Mac Os X or Sn0wbreeze 2.4 beta 1 for Windows.

How To Save SHSH Blobs Of An iOS Device Using iSHSHit

Step 1: Launch Cydia on our iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch and download and install iSHSHit (via BigBoss repository).

Step 2: Once downloaded, launch the iSHSHit app from the iPhone Springboard. The application screen will look something like this

Step 3: You will find a 'Save' button on the top right-hand corner of the page. Tapping on this button will initiate the process to save the SHSH blob directly on to the Cydia servers.

Step 4: The app will notify you once the backup process is complete.

Step 5: Tap on the 'Send All' button to send a copy of the SHSH blob to your email ID. Type the email message and tap on the 'Send' button at the top of the page. The backup process is complete.

That’s it. You already save the SHSH blobs of your device using iSHSHit.

MuscleNerd: i0n1c: n Jailbreak covers Apple TV, iPad 2 still No Go

Okay Seriously, we are not playing around with this. Trust us. In either case, it sounds as Stefan Esser (i0n1c) the untethered jb redsn0w and PwnageTool will exploit the flavors. That is, according to MuscleNerd Tweetdev Team via:

@kunalshaha he is both the redsn0w untether the PwnageTool forms

MuscleNerd mentioned was also, to take advantage of the fact that covers untether 2nd-gen Apple TV. This means that the device is ready to use jailbreak:

untetheri0n1c also covers the ATV2. Thank you forsaurik @ and @nitoTV get ready for the rest of the ATV2 JB

He also went on to say that the exploit still cover the iPad 2, yet, tweetsvia the following:

@branz1 remember, i0n1c: n untether does not obstruct iPad2 yet ... so still has to wait for a legal way to share the comex n 4.3 JB iPad2

So the good news is that it sounds in the sounds of untethered JB iOS 4.3. most of the iDevices is very close. Slower is that we do not know when the iPad jailbreak to work 2. Might We hear more in the coming days.

Again, we are uncertain about the certainty you are not playing around here or April Foolin' ya. MuscleNerd: n all the tweets are linked above.

Obama and the iPad 2: technology is going to the Federal

Obama made have mentioned that the iPad is one of the devices that act as a “diversion, a form of entertainment, rather than a tool of empowerment” in his speech at the University of Hampton, but this did not stop him from jumping in to pick up his own iPad 2.


Obama has always been noted as a hip techy of a president, but he has now jumped into the ranks of college students and young professionals with his iPad 2.  It was a laughable response in a town hall meeting where he stated, “I do have an iPad.  I mean, Jorge, I’m the President of the United States.  You think I’ve got to go borrow somebody’s computer?”




The real question people are bringing up about Obama’s iPad 2 ownership is that with incredible shortages and people standing in excessive lines around Apple Stores, did Obama cut in line?  Obama has had the device for over a month.  It was reported that Steven Jobs himself gave him one at a dinner that included Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Google’s Eric Shmidt on February 17th. 

Who knows if this will cause him to drop his Blackberry for the upcoming iPhone 5, but it may be safe to assume that you won’t see him waiting in line overnight at the local mall...

Mac games from 1 April 2011

Some of the best Mac games are on the inside.


Samurai II: the Vengeance-13.99 $

Samurai II sends the desire of the entire war, Daisuke retaliatory scorched villages. -The maritime village is a stronghold of the legendary Isle of the dead flies to the Samurai caused no Orochi arc-the enemy of his. He gets his Vengeance?










Bar Star HD - 6.99$

Play as a dynamic Sister and Brother duo, Chase and Artie, and help them to transform their run down bar into the best upscale lounge! Earn valuable points as you mix, serve, and upgrade your way through 50 exciting levels! Use points to hire new staff including bouncers and DJ's, and improve the style of your bar including drink selection, the dance floor, and decor. Up to 16 different customers plus 4 celebrity guests will visit your bar – impress them all in order to earn the maximum amount of tips!










Let's Create! Pottery - 9.99$

With Let's Create: Pottery making ceramics has never been more simple and fun! Become a true artist and create "one of a kind" pottery items and share them with your friends! Throw the clay on the wheel, release all your artistic talents and take benefit of dozens of materials available in order to create your own design!


Friday, April 1, 2011

Jailbreaking Ipod Touch/Iphone/Ipad?

What Does Jailbreaking Mean?

Jailbreaking, or “hacking” as it is commonly called, is giving a user access to locked OS files on ones device. It also allows you to “unlock” your iPhone and activate it on another GSM carrier. Jailbreaking gives you access to app stores like Cydia that offer programs at no cost that you won’t see in Apple’s popular counterpart. It’ll even give you the ability to customize the background of your home screen and change the look of your icons and menu colors.

Is Jailbreaking Legal?

Yes, Jailbreaking is Legal.

Stay tune to learning what and how to jailbreak your Ipod Touch/Iphone/Ipad!


Getting Free Xat's Is Quite Simple

When buying xats and days you have quite a few payment methods. Such methods would include using an ultimate game card, which can be found at walmart, rite aid, 7/11, etc. You may also use your paypal account if the other methods are out of your reach. Xat even has a pay by phone method.This is how Xat makes a fortune out of there users. However, some of us might not have the money of a credit card to pay for, so this is where getting free prizes come into play. To get start, sign up HERE and you are 1 step closer to earning your free xats/days. Next, complete a few offers to earn enough points for your desired prize and claim it within a few days. 

The best April Fools Prank ever--the owner of the iDevice

This is the best joke to play with your friends on the iPhone or iPad. We were having fun with a little bit this morning one of our guys. Please note that our friend to know about our Web site to run on the iPhone, so they are usually displayed in the us the "tech guy" who knows what's going on in the world of voice search.
We could not resist, and so we began, just matter of factly testing requirements of the "Get flash on my iPad" and told them not to look for the Adobe Flash for iTunes. They looked for a while and we've loved, that they were sitting in the software, so that they are looking for to finally get Flash, the iPad.
Unfortunately, they found nothing. About 20 minutes after they are sent back to the "does not appear in the" message. It was fun, until we have a bit of lead finally to tell you that we had was just the chain pullin'. April Fools indeed.
This one tends to work if only casually to raise, don't overhype. Tell them to check out the application and does not believe anything, they check it out. Unfortunately we do not yet have Adobe Flash on the iPhone or iPad. Behold, how long does it take before your friend's software development environment, they are just joshin'.

Who's worse? Google, Big Fat Liar, or Apple, the Control Freak?

Apple vs Google - Closed vs Open
For years now, we've been hearing the arguments between the two major mobile platform holders, Google and Apple. Google has steadfastly argued in favor of their open Android platform, while Apple has stuck by what many call their "walled garden" operating system. Tonight on "Point/Counterpoint:" iOS vs. Android vs. closed.

The Control Freak
It's no secret that the Houser of Jobs can be control freaks (both Uncle Steve in particular and, by extension, the company in general) when it comes to their platforms. This means no apps without Apple's authorization, no major customization, subscriptions must be handled under their watch. Yeah, it's a real "my way or the highway" attitude, and they don't care who you are. If they don't like it, they'll reject it without a second thought or explanation.
In other words, iOS is their playground, and you only get to play with as many marbles as Apple feels like giving you. In fact, that's why many of us jailbreak: it's a way for us to get the operating system we enjoy, but without user limitations set by Apple. That's how jailbreakers were enjoying folders and custom wallpapers long before Apple introduced them in iOS4. Bypass the control freaks, and set your phone free.
The thing is, we know what to expect when it comes to Apple. They haven't changed, and we're pretty sure they won't. On the other hand, they are sticking to their guns.

The Big Fat Liar
Now let's look at Google and their much-vaunted open platform. Not only don't developers have to suffer the tedious Apple approval process, but the phone manufacturers themselves can use the platform to create their own flavor of Android. This can be great, but it means that many of the phones are different. When you pick up an HTC phone running on Android, it's a build that caters specifically to HTC's handset, and can even have extra software that's specific to the carrier or the manufacturer. At least, that was the case; in recent months, Google have been demanding that licensees follow their "non-fragmentation clauses." They keep it open while it suits them, but they've since changed their song to "My Way."
Recently, BusinessWeek reported that over the last couple of months Google has been discussing with major characters and enforcing some new rules. As the article puts it, "No more willy-nilly tweaks to the software...No more partnerships formed outside of Google's purview." From now on, phone makers and cellular carriers will have to seek approval from Google's Andy Rubin to venture off the "Green Brick Road."
To say that this new edict went over like a lead balloon is an understatement: reportedly, these new rules have even been enough to cause makers to run to the Justice Department to complain.

Was it Inevitable?
Back in October, Rubin Tweeted a response to a comment that Steve Jobs had made about their fragmentation during an earnings call. It was the following code:

the definition of open: "mkdir android ; cd android ; repo init -u git:// ; repo sync ; make"
Recall, too, what Google executive Vic Gundotra said in his keynote at I/O last year:

"If Google didn’t act, it faced a draconian future where one man, one phone, one carrier were our choice. That’s a future we don’t want...So if you believe in openness, if you believe in choice, if you believe in innovation from everyone, then welcome to Android."
We cannot deny the popularity of the Android platform. However, the fragmentation that came with every manufacturer wanting to use Google's free software seems to have finally given the House of Droid a reason to rethink things.
Or maybe it was a plan all along?  Can you say "bait and switch," boys and girls?
This whole mid-course correction is, as reported by BusinessWeek, "about quality control, fixing bugs early, and building toward a 'common denominator'." This means that Google will have say over how their source code is tweaked.  Control freaks, anyone?
In Conclusion
For now, it seems that manufacturers can still tinker with the Android source code. How it will change for the user is hard to say at this point. This much is certain: Google now has much more control over the Android platform, and how it's used by smartphone makers.
Recently, Google has gone so far as to withhold Honeycomb source code to developers, allowing only Motorola first dibs with their Xoom tablet. This is totally against what Google's past of "open source" has been. Google's Rubin has said that if they were to make Honeycomb open that early on, it would lead to developers putting the software on smartphones and "creating a really bad user experience."
Interestingly, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt didn't support the idea of giving users the option to go to a stock version of Android by saying "put those type of restrictions on an open-source product, we'd be violating the principle of open source."
The lesson learned here (and Nokia should take notice in particular): unless you own the platform you have little say at the end, especially when you depend on said platform. Can Verizon abandon Android after spending millions on Droid marketing? No. All they can do is shut up and let it happen.
The issue at hand here is not that Google cannot take control over their platform, the issue here to stop talking about your "open" platform as open.  Take control and clean up the mess Android fragmentation is (yes, custom UIs are on the list), but please do not point at Apple, you big fat liar.
Sorry, but we'll stick with the control freak.