With the flip of a switch, WinterBoard allows users to keep a log of unthemed images, providing a simple way to keep track of any missing elements in a theme—and providing the file names needed for any replacements you might come up with.
(With the release of the new iOS 6 untethered jailbreak, I thought some new jailbreakers might get some good use from this past article. Enjoy your jailbreak!)
After several years of jailbreaking iPhones (and helping others jailbreak their devices), I’ve come to realize that Cydia—the third party app store that circumvents Apple’s lockdown on what can or can’t be installed on your iDevice—offers a lot of functionality that many users never explore (or were never aware of in the first place). Here, then, is a short list of some of Cydia’s most useful but overlooked features. Hopefully jailbreakers new and not-so-new alike will find something useful in them.
-Manage Account: Log into your Cydia account from the Cydia homepage with the Google or Facebook ID you used to buy your apps, and you’ll find
Anyone who has used Apple’s iPod/Music app has had it happen: you’re in the middle of a song when you try to get back to your artist list by tapping the Back button (going from Song to Album to Artist and so on) but when you get to the list, the Back button becomes a Store button, and—too goddamn late, you just tapped it again, didn’t you? And now you’re in iTunes, where you never want to be.
Not anymore. In iOS 6, you have to tap that Store button twice to leave the Music app, which is going to cut down on my cursing considerably. And once again, Apple shows that the beauty is in the details.