1. dnakai's Avatar
    I'm hoping to find a jailbreak that is undectable and leaves all apps in place. It seems that in order to run a web monitoring app my device needs to be jail broken. Also if you can explain in simple terms what it means to be tethered or not. I am looking for a simple verified jailbreak. Too much suspicious activities on our home ipad. Thanks so much ~ Denise
    02-22-2014 03:38 PM
  2. iOS Gravity's Avatar
    If a person sees Cydia on the device, they will find out that you have a jailbreak installed. There is no way to hide that fact. If you want to jailbreak on iOS 7, use Evasi0n.
    02-22-2014 04:28 PM
  3. AmpedPotato's Avatar
    Just put Cydia in an obscure folder


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    02-22-2014 04:58 PM
  4. Beyond Fire's Avatar
    You can use springtomize 3 to hide cydia and any jail broken apps that way no one will know its jail broken.


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    02-23-2014 01:35 AM
  5. sherlock's Avatar
    You can use springtomize 3 to hide cydia and any jail broken apps that way no one will know its jail broken.


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    True and hide the Springtomize icon and lock out the settings app, don't install SSH or have iExplorer or iFunbox on a computer. It's really hard to hide if someone suspects and has some knowledge of what to look for.
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    02-23-2014 01:41 AM
  6. natasftw's Avatar
    If a person sees Cydia on the device, they will find out that you have a jailbreak installed. There is no way to hide that fact. If you want to jailbreak on iOS 7, use Evasi0n.
    If something doesn't exist because you don't know it, the world ceases to exist.

    Both Springtomize and SBSettings can hide Cydia from the user. Hidden apps don't show up in the search.

    Short of the user plugging the phone into a comp to look for Cydia or to try to jailbreak, it's not detectable at that point.
    The bigger concern wouldn't be seeing Cydia. It would be what happens if there is a rare mobile substrate reboot into safe mode. That'd look pretty strange on a "stock" device. Additionally, several apps on the AppStore pop up a message to tell jailbroken phones they won't work. Skype is one of these and a rather popular app.

    If you're worried about seeing Cydia, you don't understand the problem.
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    02-23-2014 02:33 PM
  7. 3cit's Avatar
    Ok so you jailbreak, install whatever crap you need. Go to cydia and remove big boss icon set and you're good to go.
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    02-23-2014 04:49 PM
  8. AmpedPotato's Avatar
    If something doesn't exist because you don't know it, the world ceases to exist.

    Both Springtomize and SBSettings can hide Cydia from the user. Hidden apps don't show up in the search.

    Short of the user plugging the phone into a comp to look for Cydia or to try to jailbreak, it's not detectable at that point.
    The bigger concern wouldn't be seeing Cydia. It would be what happens if there is a rare mobile substrate reboot into safe mode. That'd look pretty strange on a "stock" device. Additionally, several apps on the AppStore pop up a message to tell jailbroken phones they won't work. Skype is one of these and a rather popular app.

    If you're worried about seeing Cydia, you don't understand the problem.
    xCon takes care of jailbreak detection by apps
    dnakai likes this.
    02-24-2014 08:27 AM

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