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  1. original post by r3tribut10n all copy and pasted from him , all credit to him The TaiG team has just released a new version (v2.2.0) of their popular jailbreak tool for to jailbreak iOS 8.4. The TaiG jailbreak tool is compatible with the following devices: iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad 3 and iPad 2 iPad mini 1 (1st generation iPad mini), iPad mini 2 (Retina iPad mini), iPad mini 3 iPod touch 5th generation Important points before we proceed: TaiG jailbreak is available for Windows. For now, Mac users will have to run Windows in a virtual machine to use the TaiG jailbreak. We’ll let you know as soon as TaiG for Mac is released. So don’t forget to join usW on Facebook or Twitter TaiG jailbreak is an untethered jailbreak. TaiG jailbreak tool can jailbreak iOS 8.4, 8.3, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.1.3. Please take a backup of your device using Use iCloud or iTunes to back up any and all personal information that you need to keep safe. The jailbreak has been reported to be working in most cases, but on the off chance something goes wrong, it’s a good idea to have an escape plan. Disable any Anti-virus programs or firewalls temporarily that could prevent TaiG Jailbreak from connecting to the internet. Step 1: Before you start, please take a backup of your device, preferably using iTunes. Step 2: Download the latest version of TaiG jailbreak from https://fileshack.net/e4r151yelb6gon your computer, and unzip the zip file. Step 3: Connect your device to your computer using the USB cable. Step 4: Temporarily Disable Passcode from Settings > Touch ID & Passcode. Step 5: Also temporarily turn off Find my iPhone from Settings > iCloud > Find my iPhone. Step 6: Please launch the application as an Administrator. Right click on the TaiG exe and select the “Run as Administrator†option. Step 7: TaiG will take some time to detect your device. Once you confirm that it is showing the correct firmware version, deselect the 3K Assistant 2.3.0 (TaiG’s App Store), just below Cydia 1.1.18. Step 8: Click on the green Start button to proceed. You will see the circular progress bar. Step 9: After the jailbreak is complete, your device will reboot automatically, and you should see the Cydia icon on the Home screen. The TaiG jailbreak tool will also tell you that the “Jailbreak Succeeded!†Please don’t forget to re-enable the passcode and Find My iPhone feature after successfully jailbreaking your device.
  2. forum needs to be more active LOLz

  3. 70 years since world war 2 is over

  4. fore those who linked the XP black edition I posted here... here is something like this but in 64bit flavour https://thepiratebay.se/torrent/6943663/Superior_Windows_XP_x64_Edition_%2864_bit%29_%282011%29_%5BMultilanguaje%5D
  5. 40 years ago today --- Minh told Tin, "I have been waiting since early this morning to transfer power to you." However, Tin curtly replied, "There is no question of your transferring power. Your power has crumbled. You cannot give up what you do not have."[60] Later that afternoon, in his final broadcast, Minh declared the South Vietnamese government "completely dissolved at all levels." The Vietnam War was over.

  6. so does this mean free service to install cracked apps on non-jailbreak ?? it sounds awesome ! keep up the great work freddy!
  7. Hey guys, here is a way you can secure your torrenting a bit more, and maybe speed it up a bit also by blocking malicious peers that will transmit junk data (anti-P2P groups) or peers that may be intrusive on your net privacy (and report you to ur ISP)... BTW I recommend (on recommendation of DblD) using Vuze over utorrent/bitorrent. 1. Download the filter list file - (latest 2015) Kickass torrent sendspace 2. BItorrent / utorrent * Drop ipfilter.dat into C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\utorrent... replacing file already in folder. * For updating the ipfilter list in µTorrent: 1. Download the file to C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\utorrent. 2. Open uTorrent 3. Click Options 4. Click Preferences 5. Click Advanced 6. Make sure ipfilter.enable = true If ipfilter.enable was false you will have to restart uTorrent after changing it to true. 3. Vuze - for vuze, open prefernces, ip filters tab... Just use the auto-load function (above) to load the .dat files with the blocklists in.
  8. Привет Фреди!

  9. wazzup, see some new staff xD

  10. yeah another copy n paste from me LOL All credit to L33TPr0xY , orginal post - http://ioscheaters.com/topic/9364- so yeah he wrote all this below here: This is a new method to bypass the iCloud lock. This method will allow you to create a home made server to bypass the iCloud lock on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Please note, this is not a permanent solution, you will not have carrier service, push notifications, and this is a tethered bypass (meaning you will have to redo this process every time you reboot) But the device can be jailbroken which can lead to a permanent solution. *****Your device must be on the "Slide to unlock" style lockscreen and NOT Hello/Hola/Bonjour/etc.***** Looks like this What You Need: Hidden Content 1. Download XAMPP - https://www.apachefriends.org/download.html 2. Fiddler 3. Barney File Steps: 1. Install the programs above 2. Download the barney file and create the following directory - C:/xampp/htdocs/deviceservices/buddy 3. Place the barney file in the folder created 4. Open Fiddler, and at the top press "Tools" and then "Fiddler Options" 5. Make it look like >this< 6. Edit your hosts file by adding this line: 127.0.0.1 static.ips.apple.com 7. Open XAMPP and Start Apache and then restart Fiddler 8. Open cmd (as admin) and type "ipconfig" 9. Look for the line that has your ipv4 address. looks like >this< 10. On your device, press the home button and tap "More WiFi Settings" after connecting to WiFi 11. Scroll down to "HTTP Proxy" and tap "Manual" 12. Server is the IP address from step 9 and port is 8888 13. Tap "BACK" then "NEXT" 14. Tap "Activation Help" Your Phone Will Then CRASH and Respring into the home screen, and you have OFFICIALLY BYPASSED THE iCLOUD LOCK.
  11. Hey everybody ! Here is how to crack Amazon Kindle ebook rentals with a modded version of apprentice alf's deDRM tools. Apprentice alf's DRM tools allow you to crack amazon kindle ebooks, but they block you form cracking rentals , however since it's uncompiled python, here is a modified version of his tools that can crack the rentals: DOWNLOAD v6.1.2: zippyshare filepup fileshack DOWNLOAD v6.1.0: Krotix cloud fileshack.net fileshack.net (2) datafilehost sendspace filepup.net zippyshare here is how these tools were modified if you want to do it yourself, ( original post + discussion )
  12. SLOW FORUM .. SLOW SLOW SLOW SLOW (to the tune of WHO ARE YOU? -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdLIerfXuZ4

  13. this will also work on any iOS version for the 3GS, just use different IPSW for the redsn0w process Hello freinds! I am back with another guide , this time on how to GSM unlock your iPhone 3GS on the final iOS 6.1.6 release, this will work on any iphone 3GS except for a few new serial #s that redsn0w will not let you try ----- . If you have an iPhone3GS and if digits 3-5 of its Serial Number are 134 or later (xx134…), then you should NOT try to install the 06.15 baseband on your 3GS!(DO NOT TRY IT YOU MAY BRICK YOUR PHONE), but so far every 3GS had the right serial number, so this worked with no problems, contrary to what I have heard elsewhere, the cellular data, and GPS function was fully functional on the iPad baseband that i flashed using redsn0w and then unlocked. Step 1 - get a clean install of iOS, its not absolutely necessary , but highly recommended. You may as well get iOS 6.1.6 since it is the most recent release of iOS for this phone. Step 2 - jailbreak the phone using redsn0w - make sure to include the "install iPad baseband option" - there will be a message asking to check if your serial number qualifies, if it doesnt please dont try this as it can brick your phone, most 3GS phones will qualify though... see spoiler for how to jailbreak it --- unfortunatley you must use redsn0w and that means entering DFU mode twice... Step 3 - MAKE SURE YOU INSTALLED THE posixspwn patch mentioned in step 2 BEFORE INSTALLING ANYTHING ELSE FROM CYDIA , then install ultrasn0w from cydia - it should be available from the default repos... then reboot the device , and it should be unlocked ... if you need to add APN you cant try APN certificate generating website or get "tetherme" (if you really must use a cracked version , get this repo " cydia.vn ")... enjoy
  14. original post - http://itsfoss.com/disable-uefi-secure-boot-in-windows-8/ the below is straight copy n' paste , should work on all x86 PCs that OEM with windows 8 These days, if you buy a computer pre-installed with Windows, you’ll end up with either Windows 8 or Windows 8.1. Starting with Windows 8, Microsoft replaced BIOS with UEFI. UEFI is not something that Microsoft invented, instead its a protocol in existence before Windows 8. Some Mac devices have been using UEFI for some time now. With UEFI comes the feature of “secure boot†which boots only those boot loaders that are signed in to UEFI firmware. This security feature prevents rootkit malware and provides an additional layer of security. But it has a down side, if you want to dual boot Windows 8 with Linux, Secure Boot will not allow it. Therefore it is advised to disable secure boot in Windows 8 to allow dual booting with Linux. Disable UEFI secure boot in Windows 8 and 8.1 There have been too many noises around secure boot. Because of these rumors, some people almost believed that dual boot to Linux is not possible with pre-installed Windows 8. While that is true for Arm PCs, secure boot can be disabled in Intel based system. Honestly, disabling UEFI secure boot is not at all a herculean task and same can be said for dual booting Linux with Windows 8 UEFI. While it is fairly straight forward to access BIOS settings, you press F10 or F12 at boot time, it’s not the same case with UEFI. To access UEFI settings, you’ll have to go from within Windows. Let’s see how to access UEFI settings to disable secure boot in Windows 8. Step 1: Go to PC settings Open the settings charms in Windows by pressing Windows+I keys. At the bottom, you’ll see the option of Change PC settings. Click on it. Step 2: Go to Advanced startup There will be a slight difference in PC settings for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Depending upon which one you are using, you can follow the respective procedure described below: Windows 8: In Windows 8, you need to go to General PC settings and select Advanced startup and then click on Restart now: Window 8.1: In Windows 8.1, go to Update and recovery from left sidebar: Then click Restart now under Advanced startup: Don’t worry! It won’t restart right after it, instead it will provide some option that you will see on next boot. Step 4 Access UEFI settings After you have clicked Restart now button, you will be presented with some options to choose from in the next screen. Select Troubleshoot here: In Troubleshoot menu, select Advanced options: In Advanced options menu, choose UEFI Firmware settings: Next, click on Restart button to reboot your system in UEFI settings which ‘may’ seem to have similar interface as BIOS. Step 5: Disable secure boot in UEFI By this time you must have been booted in to UEFI utility. You can change various settings here but all we want to do right now is to disable secure boot option to allow dual booting of Ubuntu or any other Linux Move to Boot tab, there you’ll find Secure Boot option which is set to enabled. Use the arrow key to go to Secure Boot option and then press enter to select it. Use + or – to change its value. Confirm it when prompted. Press F10 to save the changes and exit the UEFI settings. Next you’ll be booted in to Windows normally. Now you should be able to dual boot Windows 8 with Ubuntu or other Linux OS. I’ll be writing on how to dual boot Ubuntu with Windows 8 UEFI in coming days. Stay tuned. I hope this tutorial helps you to disable secure boot in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Any questions or suggestions are always welcomed. Feel free to drop a comment.
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