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Try looking for the app named Cydia, you can use Spotlight to search for it. It is a standard app that's installed once iOS has been jailbroken and it cannot be deleted nor uninstalled.


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The best way is to go into Settings>General>About and scroll down until you see Serial Number. Apple has a verification website Here to determine if the iPhone you bought is authentic. All you have to do is enter your Serial Number. If it comes back with "We're sorry, but this serial number is not valid." Then your phone is non-authentic and fake.


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Not being familiar with jailbroken phones I can't offer a "what to look for" hint but really all you have to do is hook it up to iTunes and reinstall the latest OS update.


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BiteSMS's latest version only supports up to iOS 7, so you'll have to remove it (obviously). It's strange that your device didn't just boot into Safe Mode but anyhow all you need to do is boot the device holding the volume down button and it will boot without Cydia Substrate, then remove biteSMS.


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If you want to avoid having to restore your phone just in order to remove a bad cydia tweak, turn off the phone. Turn it on and as soon as Apple logo appear, hold Volume Up button until your phone boots. It might not work for everyone and for some folks, Volume Down works as well. If nothing works, unfortunately, you will need to restore.


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You can do it with Activator. After installing it in the Cydia you can assign Actions to the Events. For example you can assign this workflow: Anywhere > Build > Scheduled > Sun,Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri,Sat 12:00 AM > Save > Done Now select: 12:00 AM > Lock Device Although this workflow just locked your device and does not restrict the ...


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As this question was asked and last answered a long time ago - things have (slightly) changed today. There is indeed a (limited) multi-user support today for iPads in the educational market. Multiple managed AppleID accounts can be used on a single device and thus it can be shared among several people. There is more information regarding this here: ...


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Welcome to AskDifferent! I believe you must first restore your iPhone to most iOS version, 9.3.1. It looks to me like you're stuck in a boot loop and the only way to fix it now is to DFU and restore.


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Unfortunately, iOS 9.1 is the latest jailbreak available. And yes, you would need to gain access to your Apple ID in order for the jailbreak to be useful.



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