iOS7: JailBreak Status Thread (Official)

Discussion in 'iPad Hacking' started by Mickey330, Sep 22, 2013.

  1. nypaulie

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    Hello Again Marilyn...
    I "Pangu(ed)" a friend's iPad-Mini which is exactly like mine and did the SSH thing along with AFC2, but this time I don't see the SSH (toggle) selection between the WiFi and Bluetooth choices in "Settings". [See ScreenShot] Any idea what I've omitted? I can still FileZilla and connect with this ipad, but the menu choice for toggling isn't there.
     

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  2. nypaulie

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    SORRY!
    The app that does this is called "SSH Connect" ... it's from BigBoss via Cydia.
     
  3. Mickey330

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    Sorry, but I don't use "SSH Connect" (I use "OpenSSH"). Maybe you just need to reinstall it in place? Or, uninstall it and then re-install it?

    Or, try "OpenSSH"? It's pretty good and safe - as long as you remember to change your root & mobile passwords (which should be done any time am SSH client is installed).

    Hopefully, someone else can help shed light on this. Sorry I can't...

    Marilyn
     
  4. nypaulie

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    I'm the one who should be sorry here Marilyn. No, I located the app name from my installed list (Cydia). The one called SSH Connect gives you that toggle-able entry in your Settings. And thanks for the changing-the-password reminder. I know about that and am no longer using alpine.
     
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    I've come across my 1st incompatibility (if that's what I should call it) since upgrading to & jailbreaking 7.1.2 and that's the loss of the parallax effect on my home screens. It hasn't disabled the iPad's ability to apply this effect to other programs though because it is working on one I'd installed. The setting for disabling this (General/Accessibility/Reduce Motion) stops it in that program and it works again after toggling back, so it must be the Pangu code causing this. Any ideas? Not such an important thing so it's more an FYI. I DO kinda miss it though!
     
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    Haven't read into it, but I believe it may be a side-effect of the kernel exploit used in Pangu, much like the ambient light sensor and headphone jack sort of "bugs". It's most likely not curable because kernel patches through Cydia are extremely risky if not impossible from what I've read quite a while ago. I personally don't use the parallax effect, but I can confirm that it's not working on 7.1.1 on my iPad 2, 4, Mini and iPhone 4S and 5S. I'll look into whether or not any of my tweaks may have blocked the parallax effect, but so far from my brief scroll-through of my installed packages, nothing comes up
     
  7. nypaulie

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    My "last" jailbroken iPad ran IOS 7.0.4 and the parallax effect was woeking. The one I have now had jailbroken 7.1.1 on it when I got it and I don't remember if the effect was functioning or not, but trusting that Pangu would work on 7.1.2 I went ahead and did the upgrade/Pangu job.
    Thanks for your response!
     
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    Can 7.1.2 be jailbroken at this time?
     
  9. Mickey330

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    Yes. iOS 7.1.1 and 7.1.2 have been jail-breakable for a while now using the Pangu Jailbreak tool version 1.2.1).

    Marilyn
     
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    Best hurry though. It's probably only a matter of days before Apple stops signing iOS 7.
     

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