Thursday, April 3, 2014

Auxo 2 | iPhone Jailbreak Tweak Auxo 2
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Auxo 2 Control Center, Gesture-Based Multitasking to iOS
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Auxo 2, the follow up to 2012’s popular jailbreak tweak Auxo, is now available in the Cydia Store. The product of developers @Sentry_NC and QusicS, the new tweak includes a number of features including a unified view for the Control Center and app switcher, a Quick Switcher for moving between apps using gestures, a hot corners feature that allows access to apps by touching the corners of an iOS device, and more.

Best Video Tutorial - Unlock AT&T iPhone
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Most often, when cell phone users purchase an iPhone, they purchase it alongside a cell phone service plan. However, since the debut of the iPhone, there has been an increasing demand for "unlocked" iPhones. Locked iPhones are locked to a specific provider’s network like AT&T. If the user leaves the provider’s coverage area, they lose service. Unlocked iPhones can be used with any carrier’s network, whether in the U.S or abroad.


The following video guide was created by unlock iPhone company DigitalUnlocking.com. Video guide includes information how to unlock iPhone locked AT&T online.

Change Weather Icon on iOS 7 Device Using Jailbreak Cydia Tweak
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How to Create Live Weather Icon on Jailbroken iOS 7 Devices

The new untethered iOS 7 jailbreak gives users a lot of benefits. For example, iPhone and iPad users are able to make a live Weather icon on their iDevice after they jailbreak it. There are different Cydia tweaks that are capable of doing miracles to the things you are used to.

Apple firmware supports dynamic images which looks pretty cute. Take a look at your iOS 7 clock icon. Isn’t it fun how its minute hands change during the day? Similar thing can be applied to your Weather icon. This application is also popular just like Clocks. Take a look at your weather forecast before going out or travelling somewhere after you install one little Cydia tweak for jailbroken iOS 7 devices.




Friday, January 17, 2014

How to Repair Broken Screen on iPhone 5S Instruction [Images]
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iPhone 5S Broken Screen: How to Replace the Front Assembly

It’s a pity if a brand new iPhone 5S falls down or something else happens to it breaking the screen. Customers with AppleCare+ can take their device back to service center or Apple store and replace for a new smartphone. Is there a way to fix iPhone 5S broken screen without warranty?

Of course, you can DIY and replace the front assembly getting the beautiful look back. It might look a bit complicated, but you should simply follow these steps and get rid of the cracked glass or LCD that doesn’t function.



How to Repair Broken Display on iPhone 5S Instruction

Free Your Display Assembly

Step 1. Prepare for the work. You need particular parts and tools to start: a new black or white screen [depending on your preferences], suction cup, razor blade, spudger tool, screwdrivers [5-point security one and standard #000 Phillips one] and an opening tool.

Step 2. Turn off the 5S model. You must not repair a gadget if it’s turned on. Remember this simple rule.

Step 3. Take a look at your dock connector and remove 2 security screws on its two sides [they connect your screen to frame]. Use the 5-point security screwdriver for this purpose.

Step 4. Pull up your broken display using the suction cup at about 1 inch [place it somewhere above your Home button and gently pull it upwards] but don’t pull the display all the way up because there is one cable that still connects your display with the Touch ID sensor.
Notes. If the screen is completely broken and you can’t use the suction cup, work with a razor blade placing it between the display assembly and frame. Be very gentle.

Step 5. With the help of the spudger tool remove the shield that covers your Touch ID cable. Be careful to not lose this metal guard. Disconnect your iPhone 5S Touch ID.

Step 6. Your display is still connected to the gadget’s board. Take the #000 screwdriver and remove the 4 screws from the shield covering cables. Remove the shield aside.

Step 7. Take the spudger and remove the 3 cables that were located under the shield.

Step 8. Your display assembly can be now separated from the device.

Transfer Shields / Components from Old Assembly to New Assembly


Step 9. Use the #000 screwdriver to remove the screw that holds your Touch ID cable in the top right corner. Carefully set the metal guard aside along with this screw.

Step 10. Continue removing screws. The 2 are located above your Home button. You will set free a metal shield.

Step 11. Using spudger, pry up iPhone 5S Home button assembly. This is gentle work. Be careful with cables and take this assembly out.

Step 12. Repeat Steps 11-9 in reverse to place Home button and Touch ID cable to your new iPhone 5S screen.

Transfer Others Parts to Your New Screen


Step 13. You should unscrew 2 screws on the earpiece speaker and 1 small below them with #000 screwdriver. It will become possible to lift up a bit the bracket. Be gentle as the earpiece / bracket are help with clips that you have to carefully bend outwards.

Step 14. Gently pull camera assembly cable of its frame. Help yourself with the spudger to loosen the cable’s right side.

Step 15. Unscrew 4 screws on the heat shield’s side and remove this shield section with the front facing camera from your old broken display.

Step 16. Repeat steps 15-13 in reverse to place your camera / shield assembly from the broken display to the new iPhone 5S screen.

Re-assembling iPhone 5S


Step 17. You have almost finished the whole process of removing the broken display and installing the new one on your iPhone 5S. Follow steps 8-2 in reverse to carefully attach the new screen to your smartphone.

Step 18. Once your iPhone has been re-assembled you can turn it on. Does Apple logo appear? Congratulations! Well done!

Turn Off iPhone Flashlight from LockScreen [Instruction]
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How to Quickly Turn Off Flashlight on the iPhone [Fast iOS Tips]
It is not handy to carry two devices with you all the time. I remember that got quickly tired of using a phone and a flashlight. Luckily modern smartphones resolve the problem letting you having two things in one: iPhone flashlight is useful and I do use it often. How is it possible to turn it off quickly? I know one secret and I’ll share it with you.


You can surely go to Control Center and turn off Flashlight option from there. But this method is not the easiest one. I would say it gets frustrating to turn the feature this way. I like to have a quick flashlight option available within a second especially when I am walking my dog in the darkness or searching for some things in the dark closet.

Here is how most people turn off iPhone Flashlight:

  • Step 1. Slide up your Control Center menu.
  • Step 2. Click on the icon that shows your flashlight.
  • Step 3. Turn off the flashlight.
It seems that the three steps are not that slow, still it takes some time. Here is the easier tip that can be applied along with doing other things. Thanks to youareboy from Reddit for finding this simple method. You don’t have to unlock your iPhone because you can turn off flashlight from iPhone lockscreen.

Simple iPhone Flashlight Turn Off Guide

When iPhone flashlight is turned on, you can press on Home button and click on the camera icon to turn off flashlight. That is simple, isn’t it?

No more access to Control Center and searching for the flashlight icon. No more unlocking the screen to make the action done.

I hope that this tip can be useful to iPhone owners who are using flashlight option a lot and need to quickly turn it off without taking additional steps.