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Most of you probably use a Wi-Fi network on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, and some of them may even require a password to gain access to.

Have you ever been in a predicament where you’ve needed to use someone’s Wi-Fi network and they wouldn’t tell you the password for it to your face, but they had no problem typing it in for you so you could use the network without knowing what the password was? Or, have you just plain forgotten the password to one of your most-used networks when you have a new machine or device you want to use to connect to it?

If you’ve been in either of these situations, then a new jailbreak app called Wifi Passwords List, which is a free download from Cydia’s BigBoss repository, could be of use to you. It’ll show you the password of any secured Wi-Fi network you’ve ever used on your iOS device.

Also read: How to find a Wi-Fi password on Mac

Never forget a Wi-Fi password again

With this app installed on your jailbroken iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, every password-protected Wi-Fi network you’ve ever joined (old and new) is logged. You’ll be able to launch the app at any time from your Home screen to see any of the passwords to any protected Wi-Fi networks you either forgot, or didn’t know from the start.

As you can see, the SSID for each secured Wi-Fi network is displayed in the list, and then the password is listed directly underneath the SSID. You can even tap on a network to view more information about that Wi-Fi network, including:

How long ago the device used the particular Wi-Fi network

The exact time and date that the network was last used on your device

Whether the network was joined manually or automatically

You’ll also see a cell labeled “View Other Info,” which includes some other interesting information when you tap on it.

Some of the information listed here, which is going to be difficult to understand for some regular users to make sense of, includes:

Wi-Fi channel

RSSI Signal strength

Length of time the network has been used

Amount of wireless noise

Security type

And more

My thoughts on Wifi Passwords List

In a scenario where you’ve forgotten one of your passwords, you can use the app to refresh your memory and enter the same password on another one of your devices. But this app is also useful if someone entered the password for you and then refused to tell you what it was because now you’ll be able to look back on it and connect any other devices you may have to that same Wi-Fi network.

I can definitely see where the app could be useful in some situations, but you should be mindful that if you’re only going to be using it to get around someone’s wariness of letting you know their Wi-Fi network password, then you’re probably using the app for the wrong reasons. After all, the person may have had a good reason to keep the password from you.

On the other hand, I’ve joined plenty of secured Wi-Fi networks at my friends’ houses where they’ve given me their password and welcomed me to use it, but when I get a new device and don’t remember what the password is, I need a way to refresh my memory to log on with my new device. Although I could just ask them again, sometimes they don’t even remember their own passwords and don’t remember where their password book is.


When you forget the Wi-Fi password of a network you’ve joined before and need to remind yourself of what it was, Wifi Passwords List is a great tool for jailbroken devices that can get the rest of your devices hooked up to a network you’re already using on your jailbroken device.

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The Best Jailbreak Tweaks For The Messages App On Ios 7

Last week, we presented you a list of best jailbreak tweaks for the Music app on your jailbroken iOS 7. Today, we’re back it again to show you a list of best jailbreak tweaks that will spice up the stock Messages app.

The Messages app has been greatly improved over time and comes packed with amazing features in the latest version of iOS 7. The Messages app is both used for SMS as well as iMessage for communication with other Apple devices. However, there are a few features that it lacks but can be achieved by using the tweaks listed below. Read on to find out the best jailbreak tweaks for the Messages app on iOS 7.


BiteSMS is by far the best jailbreak tweak for the stock Messages app that gets regular updates to make it the perfect tweak. It comes packed with a bunch of new features but it’s best known for its Quick Reply and Quick Compose features. With BiteSMS, you can quickly reply to a received message from anywhere within iOS. Tapping on the Notification banner or swiping a notification in the Lock screen will display a pop up where you can type in your reply.

To quickly compose a message, you can press one of the volume buttons or tap on the volume HUD to bring up the quick compose interface. Other than this, BiteSMS provides various other features such as scheduled SMS messages, passcode lock, templates, contact pictures, notification privacy and more.


auki brings a native quick reply style to iOS 7 giving you the ability to instantly reply to messages from anywhere by tapping on the notification banner. Along with Quick Reply, auki comes with several other features including a Quick Compose option which can be invoked by swiping down the Notification Center’s interface or by making use of an Activator gesture.

The tweak also brings a host of other features including “Silent”, “Stealth”, “Landscape” or “Dark” mode, supports video and images, group messages, contact pictures and many more useful features which you’ll have to experience for yourself. auki is compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch devices running iOS 7 and is available in Cydia for $3.99.

Messages Customiser

If you’re tired of the current look of the stock Messages app, you may want to try out Messages Customiser. The tweak provides you the ability to customize the colors of your SMS and iMessage chat bubbles as well as that of another person. Additionally, users can customize the tint of the Messages app as well as the text color, bubble opacity and width, chat background and more. Best of all, Messages Customiser is available for free in Cydia and supports all iOS 7.x and 7.1.x devices.

Remote Messages (iOS 7)

If you’re a Mac user, you can easily use iMessage on your computer and easily stay connected with your friends. But what about Windows, Linux or other operating system users? This is where Remote Messages comes into action to save the day. Remote Messages is a browser-based front end for iOS 7 Messages app. The tweak allows you to remotely access your iOS 7 Messages app via your computer and send and receive both iMessage and SMS messages directly from your browser. Whatever message you send from your computer will be automatically synchronized to your iOS 7 device.

It supports Emoji, gives you access to your device’s camera roll, allows you to attach files from your computer, displays typing notification, contact pictures and much more. To start using the tweak, you’ll need to connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as your computer and enter your IP address in your computer browser.  You can purchase Remote Messages (iOS 7) for $3.99 via Cydia’s BigBoss repository.


Are you looking for a lightweight quick reply tweak with a native style? You may want to try out Hermes, a quick reply tweak that not only supports the stock Messages app but Whatsapp and Kik also. Tapping on the notification banner when a new message arrives will bring up the tweak’s interface with the recipient and app name, the message and a text box where you can quickly type in your reply. Hermes requires iOS 7 and is available in Cydia for $0.99.


Brevity is an add-on for the stock Messages app that allows you to quickly send a response with the tap of a button. Users can easily create a custom made shortcut or response from the tweak’s preferences and it will take the place of the “Send” button in the Messages app when the text box is left empty. Tapping on the button will quickly send the custom message without requiring you to type anything. This is quite useful when you use the same response frequently in your messages. Shortcuts can be anything ranging from plain text to Emoji or Unicode characters. Brevity costs $0.99 in Cydia and is compatible with iOS 7 devices:

SMS Stats 2

One of the features that iOS 7 Messages app lacks is the ability to view statistics of your iMessage and SMS messages. SMS Stats 2 seeks to overcome this problem by allowing you to view the total amount of iMessage or SMS messages sent and received, as well as the combined amount till date or for the past 28 days. Statistics include total messages, sent messages, and received messages. An ‘S’ button will appear right next to the compose button which allows you to access the statistics. To access the statistics for an individual conversation, open the contact’s messages, tap on ‘Contact’ and press the ‘S’ button. SMS Stats 2 is compatible with iOS 7 devices and is available for free in Cydia.


If you use iMessage frequently to stay in touch with your contacts, you might want to try out Type Status. It adds an iMessage ‘now typing’ indicator to the status bar and lets you know who’s replying back to your message.

TypeStatus is availabe for free in Cydia and supports iOS 5, 6 and 7 devices.

Interactive Message Notifications

There are many quick reply tweaks available in Cydia but Interactive Message Notifications is quite unique in the sense that it brings the iOS 8 style quick reply to iOS 7. When you receive a new message, swipe down the notification banner to open a text box to type in your response and quickly reply the recipient from anywhere within iOS without having to open the Messages application. I tested the tweak with Whatsapp and it worked successfully. If you want to experience iOS 8’s quick reply on iOS 7, you should try out Interactive Message Notifications. The tweak is available in Cydia for $0.99.


If you have a lot of conversations going on at once, you may want to try out MessageSwiper7. A simple, yet useful tweak, that allows users to quickly swipe and switch from one conversation to another without having to go back to the Messages main menu. You can choose to swipe left or right from the center of the conversation or the edge. You’ll also get a small preview of the other conversation when you swipe halfway. MessageSwiper7 requires iOS 7 and is available for free via Cydia’s BigBoss repository.


If you frequently use the Messages app to text or iMessage your friends, you must have noticed by now that there’s no way you can mark a message as read or unread. With the ‘Unread‘ jailbreak tweak, you can tap and hold on a message to mark it as unread. Similarly, if a message is unread, tapping and holding on it will mark it as read. You can download Unread for free via Cydia’s BigBoss repository.


Last in the list is CamText, an interesting tweak that transforms the background of the Messages app into a live camera background. This can be quite useful when you’re texting while walking in the street. You can also adjust the transparency of the Messages app background from the tweak’s preferences pane. You can find it for $1.50 on Cydia’s BigBoss repo.

Dell Creates Virtual Smartphone App For Android, Ios Phones

For years, businesses and employees alike have wrestled with the problem of bringing personal phones into the workplace. Now, Dell’s enterprise team has created a Virtual Smartphone app that provides secure calls, texts, and apps for Android and iOS alike.

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Dell’s Virtual Smartphone app is designed to protect company data and call activity on personal phones.

The Virtual Smartphone app (also known as Dell Business Phone powered by Vonage Business Solutions) is provided in conjunction with Vonage, whose VOIP services will power the phone. 

Neither Google nor Apple has really addressed the fundamental problem of the so-called BYOD movement: providing a secured data store to keep business data safe while preserving user contacts and photos. Employees that bring personal phones to work and use them to access business data risk having them remotely erased if they’re fired or leave the company. 

Instead, apps like Touchdown HD for Android and the Knox application for Samsung-branded smartphones have stepped in. But those apps are restricted to their respective platforms; Dell isn’t. (Microsoft’s Windows Phone has made separating business and personal data a priority with Windows Phone 8.1 and above.)

“We’re device agnostic, enabling any compatible tablet or smartphone, and we’re also form-factor agnostic, as we run on on any range of display sizes,” said Neal Foster, the general manager of mobility solutions at Dell.

How Dell’s Virtual Smartphone works

According to Foster, employees will be asked to download the provisioning app from either the Apple or Google Play app stores. The app will then load, assigning the user a virtual Vonage Voice over IP (VOIP) number that is automatically added to the contact list of their colleagues via Microsoft Exchange and Active Directory. 


Dell’s “virtual smartphone” provisioning process allows users to select which components they want to install, including a browser and file manager.

The key, according to Wain Kellum, president of Vonage Business Solutions, is that competing BYOD solutions like Knox don’t distinguish between business and personal calls. Vonage does, and it provides value-added services such as call recording. The Dell-Vonage solution also allows major companies to manage their communications, a key compliance requirement at some companies. Admins can set detailed policies, such as pushing voice calls to an available Wi-Fi network, or locking out a user’s personal number during business hours. 

“[VOIP] can dramatically reduce the burden of upgrade cycles,” Kellum added. “One of the things that’s hard with legacy telecommunications infrastructure is adding new, enhanced capabilities, when available, and so the move toward cloud-based communication, embracing your employees’ mobile activities, is hugely beneficial.”

Foster promised that the app will respect the employee’s personal space, even when it it is running in the background. As an example, he said that an employee could take a business call using the app while shooting a photo. The photo would be stored to the employee’s personal camera roll, he said. 


Users also have control over how calls are placed.

App is due in October

Dell’s Virtual Smartphone will be available in October, supporting Android phones running Android 4.0 and above. Dell’s app can run on Apple phones running iOS 6 or 7, with support for both iOS 8 and Windows Phone 8 coming soon, Dell executives said.

Virtual Smartphone will be included as part of four separate plans, starting at $19.99 per line per month for up to 1,000 voice minutes with unlimited texts. Users will also have the option of signing up for storage with Box as well as Microsoft’s Office 365, both of which will integrate into the Dell app.

In general, both users and administrators should find things to like in Dell’s announcement, as it seemingly preserves user and corporate data alike, and adds another option for those wishing to bring their personal devices into the workplace. The catch, of course, is that it’s exclusively tied to Dell’s services.

Some Of The Best Jailbreak Tweaks For Porting Android Features To Ios 14

Curious jailbreakers who are searching for their next favorite jailbreak tweak have come to the right place. iDownloadBlog curates weekly dedicated jailbreak tweak roundups that can help you identify all the best add-ons amid all the noise.

In today’s piece, we’ll be taking a closer look at what we believe are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for porting Android-inspired features to jailbroken iOS or iPadOS 14 devices.

So if you’re ready to make your iPhone or iPad look more like it was running a competing operating system, then read on as we show you some of the best tweaks for doing exactly that.

The best Android-inspired jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14 Waktos – FREE

With Waktos, you can make your Lock Screen look and feel more like the one you’d come to expect on an Android handset. Paired with an Android-themed wallpaper, it’s tough to tell the difference.

Waktos replaces the iPhone’s traditional date and time indicator with a much larger Android-esque version that fills the entire center of the display. The tweak also adds weather information for your convenience.

As a bonus, the tweak shrinks the Lock Screen’s newly adopted features to make room for incoming notification banners.

You can find out more about Waktos and how it works in our full review post.

LockDroid – FREE

LockDroid is a free jailbreak tweak that ports the classic pattern-style passcode interface to jailbroken handsets. With it, you can set a pattern to draw and use that as your passcode instead of numbers.

You can learn more about LockDroid, including where you can get it from, in our full review post.

Nougat – FREE

With Nougat, you can extend the Android-inspired aesthetics to your iPhone’s Notification Center interface.

As you’ll see in the screenshots, this tweak spares no expense in the time spent mimicking Android Nougat’s Notification Center on the iOS platform.

You can find out more about Nougat and what it can do for you in our full review post.

Lucient – $1.99

Lucient is yet another attempt to port an Android-style Lock Screen to the iPhone platform, and it bases its design on the likes of Android 12.

Much like the Waktos tweak, Lucient puts a large date and time display front and center on the Lock Screen and also displays current weather conditions and/or calendar events among other things.

Lucient is highly configurable, which makes it a popular choice among jailbreakers donning an Android-style Lock Screen on their pwned handsets.

Those interested in finding out more about Lucient can do so in our full review post.

JellyLock Reborn – $1.99

Another longtime favorite jailbreak tweak that draws inspiration from the Android platform is JellyLock Reborn, a remake of the classic JellyLock jailbreak tweak that lets users access a variety of favorite apps right from an aesthetically-pleasing app launcher on the Lock Screen.

With it, you can tap and hold on a button on your Lock Screen to summon the JellyLock interface, which is comprised of a ring surrounded by user-selected app icons. Dragging your finger to the preferred app and releasing your finger launches that app.

You can find out more about JellyLock Reborn and how it works in our full review post.

Hinata – FREE

Perhaps you would prefer if your iPhone’s Lock Screen took on the aesthetic of a Samsung Galaxy device instead of a traditional Android one, and if that sounds like you, then Hinata might be of interest.

This free add-on is highly configurable and seems nearly indistinguishable from a Samsung Galaxy device.

You can find out more about Hinata in our full review post.

Vinculum 2 – $0.99

The popular Vinculum jailbreak tweak brought an Android-inspired App Drawer to jailbroken handsets, but the latest version of the tweak, dubbed Vinculum 2, took a new and particularly impressive approach.

Instead of a custom designed App Drawer, Vinculum 2 takes the same concept and applies it using iOS 14’s App Library. With it, you can swipe up from the Dock to reveal the App Library, the same way you could swipe up to use the App Drawer on an Android handset.

You can learn more about Vinculum 2 and how it works in our full review post.

AndroBar – FREE

Of course, no Android jailbreak tweak roundup would be complete without at least one mention of Android’s notorious navigation bar, and AndroBar brings this interface to pwned iOS 14 devices.

Once installed, users can easily go back to recently-used apps, access other apps more quickly, and perform other useful actions without leaving the interface they’re already using.

You can find out more about AndroBar and how it can be configured in our full review post.

Android LS – FREE

Android LS is another jailbreak tweak that tries to bring an Android-inspired Lock Screen to pwned iOS 14 devices, and it appears to draw its inspiration from Android 12 specifically.

This tweak doesn’t do as much as the alternative Lock Screen-porting tweaks mentioned above, but the aesthetics are there and there’s plenty of customization to get the look and feel you want. This makes it a perfect option for minimalists who are searching for an Android look and feel without all the bells and whistles.

You can learn more about Android LS and how it works in our full review post.


With the jailbreak tweaks discussed above, it’s possible to outfit any jailbroken iOS 14 device with a slew of Android-inspired features that can make most iPhone users envious of the limitless capabilities of your pwned handset.

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Is An Ios 11 Jailbreak Just Over The Horizon?

The jailbreak community has been nothing but a crazy roller coaster ride lately, especially given the lack of any recent jailbreaks and the permanent archival of both the ModMyi and ZodTTD/MacCiti Cydia repositories. On the other hand, there may (or may not) be exciting news ahead.

While it’s too premature to make any conclusive assumptions at this point in time, there’s been some buzz recently about a couple of iOS exploits that could purportedly pave the way for a so-called “semi-jailbreak” for iOS 11.0-11.1.2.

Sounds exciting, right? That’s what we thought too, but don’t get your panties in a knot just yet. There’s actually more to the story than meets the eye.

One of the first tweets to set off the chain reaction of excitement in the jailbreak community came by way of Ian Beer, who cited his tfp0 security exploit as a potential springboard for something special:

The beautiful part of a tfp0 exploit is that it doesn’t make any modifications to the kernel inside of its “protected areas,” so it shouldn’t set off any red flags for Apple‘s Kernel Panic Protection. With that in mind, his exploit should theoretically work on the iPhone 7 and later, in addition to older devices.

While we don’t know much else about Beer’s exploit, we do know that he plans to release part of it soon.

Having exploits is a great thing, but developing a user-friendly jailbreak tool for the public that installs Cydia is an entirely different venture altogether. While there may be an exploit or two available for use, a talented hacker/developer would still need to bundle it all together with a user-friendly Cydia installer and add some odds and ends to make a publicly usable jailbreak capable of running jailbreak tweaks.

Because no one has completed the second bit yet, we have nothing but a valuable exploit at the moment. Nevertheless, it works on iOS 11.0-11.1.2, so if you have any desire to jailbreak iOS 11, then it might be a good idea to get your device(s) on iOS 11.1.2 as soon as humanly possible.

Should you upgrade from a jailbroken installation of iOS 10 to iOS 11? Good question…

Personally, I wouldn’t. If you’re already comfortably jailbroken on iOS 10, then why risk losing your jailbreak over something that might never materialize? On the other hand, if you’re already running iOS 11, then you really don’t have anything to lose by putting your device on iOS 11.1.2.

Apple still signs iOS 11.1.2 as of this writing, but things won’t stay that way forever. That said, it might be worth downgrading if you have a newer firmware installed, or upgrading if you have a non-jailbroken older firmware installed; this prepares your device just in case something materializes in the future.

Just to reiterate, there’s no jailbreak for iOS 11 as of yet, and there’s no guarantee that an iOS 11 jailbreak will ever materialize. Nevertheless, everything we see right now indicates that iOS 11.1.2 is where everyone should aim to be.

Given that Apple just released iOS 11.2 recently, the iOS 11.1.2 signing window is likely to close very soon. If you’d like to downgrade or upgrade your device, you should probably move forward with it as soon as possible and keep your fingers crossed for good news.

Shopping For Wave 2 Wi

But the 1850 Series AP doesn’t come with the new multigigabit ethernet ports that are expected to help make Wave 2 Wi-Fi reach its potential. Instead of the new interfaces that can operate at 2.5Gbps or 5Gbps, the new Cisco APs come with two regular Gigabit ethernet ports.

The second wave of products built to the IEEE 802.11ac standard bring Wi-Fi throughput well above 1Gbps and can include other performance-boosting features. They’re just starting to go on sale now, and chips to power this new generation are in the spotlight this week at Computex in Taipei.

The souped-up Wi-Fi could mean a lot more packets flowing through each access point, ultimately too much to carry over the Gigabit ethernet interfaces that tie most APs back to wired LANs today. So there’s a new type of ethernet emerging to help IT departments take care of all that traffic without having to use 10-Gigabit ethernet, which requires newer cables that most users don’t have. A few products with a pre-standard form of this technology are starting to come out, too, and a standard is starting to come together.

Cisco is almost ready to ship such multigigabit ports for some of its wired switches, which are intended eventually to connect Wave 2 APs to the LAN. The eight-port Catalyst 3560-CX, and a 48-port module for the Catalyst 4500E chassis, both of which will have some multigigabit ports, are due to ship this month. A switch for the Catalyst 3850 line with multigigabit ports is set for July. Hewlett-Packard and other vendors also have switches with these ports in the pipeline.

Asked why the 1850 Series AP announced Tuesday won’t get the new ports, Cisco said they aren’t necessary on these products. The 1850 Series is designed for medium-size customers or the lower end of large enterprises. The size of their deployments and the density of use at their sites isn’t likely to generate more than 2Gbps of uplink traffic through the AP, Cisco said.

Unless an enterprise already has twin wires to each AP, which is rare, pulling those cables would be an expensive step to take just to deploy this particular generation of product, Dell’Oro Group analyst Chris DePuy said.

Cisco isn’t the only company coming out with a first-generation Wave 2 product with only Gigabit ethernet: The Ruckus Wireless ZoneFlex R710 likewise has two Gigabit ethernet wired interfaces. But he expects most Wave 2 products in the future to have multigigabit ethernet ports.

The market for such products may be fairly small, but it’s not nonexistent, DePuy said.

“It’s likely this is better than the Wave 1 products. So if you need to buy something now, this is the one you’re going to buy,” he said. “But if you can wait a little while, you might wait for the other ones.”

Meanwhile, there’s good news for IT shops that want to make sure they get multigigabit uplinks and can use them with different vendors’ products. The IEEE 802.3bz Task Force, formed earlier this year to set a standard for 2.5-Gigabit/5-Gigabit ethernet, adopted baseline proposals for all the main components of the specification at its first meeting in May. The group is now beginning to write the first preview draft of the standard and will next meet in July, said Dave Chalupsky, chairman of the task force.

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