- 05-04-2010, 10:16 AM #2iPhone Beginner
- 81 Posts
I would say SBSettings and themes for sure. Depending on what you use your phone for, there are many many useful apps in Rock/Cydia. I just purchased BiteSMS and I love it. It allows you to reply to texts from within
any program and even from the lockscreen.
I also really love Backgrounder/ProSwitcher/Activator programs. It allows multitasking and Activator allows you to customize certain functions.
I would choose Rock to download all your 3rd party apps. If you create a RockID, it will save all your download info which is VERY usefull if you ever have to restore your phone. (this helped me BIG TIME).
- 05-04-2010, 10:26 AM #3
+1 for SBSettings. BiteSMS or QuickReply (I think that's the name) also a must.
Although I purchased Backgrounder, I never use it. The two main things I missed while not j/b (other than wallpaper!) were Overboard, which shows you a thumbnail of each page so you can quickly jump from one page to another, and being able to set an sms alert tone of my choice.
- 05-04-2010, 10:38 AM #4iPhone Intermediate
- 103 Posts
Change your root passwords!!!
Safety first: chjange your root PW's and user account passwords: remember, most of us are on the same ip range. It only takes a quick scan to root someone's device since all the factory default root passwords are the same.
After that, for me its tethering, terminal/ command line, and some network tools like nmap.
It feels SO GOOD to be back.
<dance="happy_dance.exe"> WOOT!!!!! </dance>
- 05-04-2010, 10:39 AM #5
iFile/Safari Download Manager is a must, imo. you can do a lot of tweaking via the device
LockInfo (or any lock screen management) - cannot live without this, really
like Alli mentioned; tweaking sms, email etc. tones is a great benefit
Erica Utilities \ Make It Mine
Gradiance V3 - Theme
QuickReply for SMS
Suave - Theme
But, I can't for the life of me find the illuminated theme, and I need to read up on how to change the root password.
- 05-04-2010, 12:33 PM #7
- 05-04-2010, 01:53 PM #8iPhone Newbie
- 34 Posts
i had my phone jailbroken within the hour of buying it and than i messed it up and was unable to go back to an older version and had to upgrade to 3.1.3
last night finally after over 2 months i was able to rejailbreak my phone and the only app i felt like i couldnt live without :
- 05-04-2010, 01:54 PM #9iPhone Intermediate
- 132 Posts
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