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You can back up and restore your Cydia package selections as follows: Backup installed package list on current machine dpkg --get-selections > selections.txt Move selections.txt to the new machine. Set package list on new machine and install packages. dpkg --set-selections < selections.txt apt-get update apt-get upgrade Source: farslayer's ...
You can try the following steps: Step 1: Disconnect the data cable and turn off your iPhone. Step 2: Press the "Home" button and connect your iPhone to the computer with data cable, and then release the "Home" button. Step 3: Now you have enter into recovery mode successfully. Step 4: It is very easy for you to exit recovery mode. Please press both the ...
The canonical way to fix this is to erase and restore the device. See http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT1212 for more details and options.
Figured it out on my own. Pro widgets comes with a mini browser. Not yet available for iOS eight.
JAILBREAKING= a "thousand Pros" not JAILBREAKING= not realizing that "thousand pros" ;) p.s It is IMPOSSIBLE to brick an iphone..pls google DFU mode
Jailbreaking at least the older generations of iPod Touches shouldn't erase the contents. However, there's always the risk that something goes wrong in the process and you might have to restore the device - either from a previous backup or to set up as a new device with no existing data. There's no explicit requirement to take a backup before jailbreaking, ...
A much better alternative than to run Prompt as root, is to create another sshd instance listening to a port above 1024. In this example I have used port 10022. Copy /Library/LaunchAgents/com.openssh.sshd.plist to /Library/LaunchAgents/com.openssh.sshd2.plist Change the Label and the SockServiceName in com.openssh.sshd2.plist by appending 2 to ssh / sshd: ...
The reason is because iOS 7 and 8 sandbox the apps from the App Store. The easiest workaround is below (adapted from http://blog.funroll.co/ios-7-jailbreak-enable-ssh-to-localhost) Install OpenSSH via Cydia Get on the same wifi network as your Mac Grab your IP address from Settings -> Wifi -> (i) icon Open Terminal on your mac and ssh root@ Default ...
The profile used for shells on iOS is /private/etc/profile, however it is recommended to add your own profile file to /etc/profile.d/ which is sourced by the shell when /private/etc/profile is run, using the following script: for i in /etc/profile.d/*.sh ; do if [ -r "$i" ]; then . $i fi done I don't know if adding ~/.bash_profile yourself ...
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