Following the recent release of the first iOS 10 beta, the guys discuss some of the tweaks that might have been killed by Apple’s latest software update. The discussion then drifts to Pangu’s recent demo of an iOS 10 jailbreak, sketchy iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak rumors, and a couple tweaks.
Times are getting harder and harder for jailbreakers, and despite seeing a jailbreak being teased, nothing seems to indicate things are going to get better, especially with WWDC around the corner and potential security improvements made to iOS. Still, Cody and Sebastien discuss the teasing of jailbreaks and a few newsworthy tweaks recently released.
The guys discuss the apparent drought in the jailbreak community where not much is being released in Cydia these days. Sebastien then shares his lack of interest in using his jailbroken Apple TV. Finally, Cody and Sebastien discuss a handful of tweaks that they deem to be the best of the month. Also, a tip you most definitely already knows about, unlike Sebastien…
Today we have a slightly different show for you with a slightly different format. We actually have Kevin Bradley also known as nitoTV on the show. I sat down for a few minutes with Kevin and chatted a little bit about the recent Apple TV jailbreak and the release of nitoTV. I want to warn you that the sound quality is not that great. It’s actually pretty bad at times, but I hope you will enjoy this episode of LTJ nonetheless. And now, without further ado, Kevin Bradley.
Cody and Sebastien discuss the latest jailbreak from the Pangu Team for iOS 9.1, as well as the limitations that come with it. The guys then go on to talk about the newly released jailbreak for the fourth generation Apple TV as well as nitoTV and the set of limitations that come with it too. Finally, a few tweaks are discussed and analyzed.
Tweaks, tweaks, tweaks, and more tweaks are covered in this new episode. Nine of them to be precise, and you know what? They’re all very decent tweaks too. Cody and Sebastien discuss all of them and try to avoid being hit by a bad case of nostalgia.
Episode 145: The guys talk about the latest development in the jailbreak community, including the teasing of a jailbreak for iOS 9.2 and iOS 9.3 beta. They then go on a brief discussion of the latest notable jailbreak tweaks to be released in Cydia. Finally, the show ends with what some might call sad news.
Episode 144: Following the release of iOS 9.3 beta 2, the guys discuss how this software version is making it harder and harder to resist updating their devices. They then go through a list of tweaks that were recently mentioned on iDB, including tweaks to change Low Power Mode behavior, the App Switcher, and more.
Episode 142: Jeff shares his iPad Pro accident story. Is it worth it to lose your jailbreak for iOS 9.3? How to uncover hidden features on the Apple TV. Several newly released jailbreak tweaks are discussed.
Episode 141: The 2015 jailbreak award winners are discussed, a new jailbreak is shown off on video, the App Admin downgrade tweak is updated with new features, how to access your iPhone’s flashlight with your mute switch, and a new Activator beta adds Apple Watch-specific features.
Episode 140: The status of the iOS 9.2 jailbreak, and Activator adds even more features to its beta release. A discussion about the best jailbreak tweaks of 2015, including the methodology behind our picks.
Episode 139: Talk about the rumored upcoming iOS 9 jailbreak from TaiG, Surenix teases a new version of Auki, Springtomize 3 is updated, Seng comes out of beta, Ryan Petrich pushes a new version of Activator, GeoHot makes a big splash, and lots of new jailbreak tweaks are discussed.
Episode 138: A jailbreak tweak that presents a flashlight shortcut when your iPhone is in the dark, Auxo 3 for iOS 9 is released, an Auxo 3 alternative makes its way to iOS 9, a Mario-inspired jailbreak tweak makes its way to Cydia, and a new tweak for prolific folder users.
Episode 137: A brief talk about Apple’s new releases, including iOS 9.2, its new iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case, and the new USB 3.0-enabled Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader. We also talk about new jailbreak tweaks. In this episode we discuss Goodges, Splitify, SwitchService, StealthFolder, and Motus.
Episode 136: A controversial new unofficial Cydia website arrises, Auxo Legacy Edition gains iOS 9 compatibility, Activator gets a huge update, and several tweaks are reviewed, such as NCCards, Fern, Homemade Bread, AnySpot, PwnTunes, and more.
Episode 135: A look at some of the best WinterBoard jailbreak themes available for iOS 9. iPhone rebooting problems follow-up, our tweak wish list for an iPad Pro jailbreak, and a discussion about several new jailbreak tweaks, including AppBox 9, App Drawer, and more.
Episode 134: We discuss Springtomize 3’s upcoming iOS 9 release, iPhone rebooting problems, Jeff ditches his jailbreak on his iPhone 6s, Cydia Substrate receives an update, launching apps from folders using 3D Touch, and more…
In this special episode, Sébastien sits down with Kevin Bradley (@nitoTV) to talk about the history of Apple TV jailbreaking, starting in 2007 with the device’s first generation. Through more or less complex details, multiple anecdotes, and subtle Anchorman references, Kevin recounts what it’s been like to be part of that history as he shares insights about where things might go in the future.
Episode 132: Sebastien and Cody jailbreak their devices and share their experiences with the Pangu for Mac tool, the million dollar jailbreak that you can’t have, WinterBoard and Terminal now work well with iOS 9, Pegasus brings Picture in Picture mode to all iOS 9 devices, and lots of other jailbreak tweaks are discussed.
Episode 131: Cody and Sebastien explain why they’ve yet to jailbreak, Pangu releases a new version of its jailbreak tool for windows, a discussion about downgrading to iOS 9.0.2, adding Safari View Controller support to apps using a jailbreak tweak, and using 3D Touch to dismiss all notifications in Notification Center.