1. jaymojones's Avatar
    What is this tweak called?


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    It's called Notific8
    06-26-2014 12:20 PM
  2. georojas's Avatar
    I want to Jailbreak but scared of phishing or key logging. Its hard because everyone is saying that its okay to use, but i use my bank app on my phone and i wouldn't want that info to fall into the wrong hands. Maybe ill wait it out and see what happens. I mean as long as i don't update to 7.1.2 i should still be able to jailbreak. Im keeping an eye to see how this Jailbreak team and there Jailbreaking tool turn out.
    06-26-2014 01:59 PM
  3. iBright's Avatar
    What is this tweak called?


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    Notific8


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    06-26-2014 02:02 PM
  4. 1982ollie's Avatar
    I want to Jailbreak but scared of phishing or key logging. Its hard because everyone is saying that its okay to use, but i use my bank app on my phone and i wouldn't want that info to fall into the wrong hands. Maybe ill wait it out and see what happens. I mean as long as i don't update to 7.1.2 i should still be able to jailbreak. Im keeping an eye to see how this Jailbreak team and there Jailbreaking tool turn out.
    Bank apps don't work on jailbroken devices anyway mate.

    So for that reason, I'm going to stay stock as I use my bank app loads.


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    06-26-2014 02:15 PM
  5. rlacrossjr's Avatar
    Bank apps don't work on jailbroken devices anyway mate.

    So for that reason, I'm going to stay stock as I use my bank app loads.


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    Confused all my bank apps work on all jailbreaks. Plus bank/bill organizer app mobilligy


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    06-26-2014 02:20 PM
  6. Septembersrain's Avatar
    Bank apps don't work on jailbroken devices anyway mate.

    So for that reason, I'm going to stay stock as I use my bank app loads.


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    .... What?

    Both of my bank apps work just fine.

    As for them getting your information: Don't shop anywhere with the card, don't use eBay or Amazon, don't use the app on any device, don't let anyone see the card number. Nothing is really secure. You just have to be proactive and keep your eye on your account(s) to catch it right away if anything happens.


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    06-26-2014 02:21 PM
  7. BreakingKayfabe's Avatar
    Bank apps don't work on jailbroken devices anyway mate.

    So for that reason, I'm going to stay stock as I use my bank app loads.


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    I just made two mobile deposits with a banking app on my jailbroken 5S, mate.
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    06-26-2014 02:40 PM
  8. georojas's Avatar
    Thanks for that. I was more referring to the phishing or key logging if there were some nasty code with in the jailbreak package, with the Pangu team being new on the scene and all, they released their jailbreaking tool out of the blue, also everyone is giving them the side eye since their from "China". Its hard to decide since some say go ahead and Jailbreak and then i read other places where they say there are potential risk and stuff like that. Also i haven't seen an actual Pangu post from iMore.com / The 1st time evad3rs dropped a Jailbreaking tool for 7.0 iMore.com didnt post anything about until the whole questionable software in the Jailbreak tool was resolved.
    Thanks to all for help.
    Last edited by georojas; 06-26-2014 at 06:03 PM.
    06-26-2014 03:16 PM
  9. Septembersrain's Avatar
    Thanks for that. I was more referring to the phishing or key logging if there were some nasty code with in the jailbreak package, with the Pangu team being new on the scene and all, they released their jailbreaking tool out of the blue, also everyone is giving them the side eye since their from "China". Its hard to decide since some say go ahead and Jailbreak and then i read other places where they say there are potential risk and stuff like that. Also i haven't seen an actual Pangu form iMore.com / The 1st time evad3rs dropped a Jailbreaking tool for 7.0 iMore.com didnt post anything about until the whole questionable software in the Jailbreak tool was resolved.
    Thanks to all for help.
    I don't think that's fair that people get all up in arms over a jailbreak from China. They make our iPhones in China! For all we know this is someone with an inside job who knows more about the codes in iOS than any of us could hope to.

    I know that people are going to be suspicious. They are going to worry. I just think that if it's a big concern to you, don't do it. It's that simple. As for me, I'm enjoying it and I'm highly grateful to the Pangu team. ^_^


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    06-26-2014 06:06 PM
  10. natasftw's Avatar
    Bank apps don't work on jailbroken devices anyway mate.

    So for that reason, I'm going to stay stock as I use my bank app loads.


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    You should probably avoid offering advice. You don't know what you're talking about.
    06-27-2014 12:07 AM
  11. natasftw's Avatar
    I don't think that's fair that people get all up in arms over a jailbreak from China. They make our iPhones in China! For all we know this is someone with an inside job who knows more about the codes in iOS than any of us could hope to.

    I know that people are going to be suspicious. They are going to worry. I just think that if it's a big concern to you, don't do it. It's that simple. As for me, I'm enjoying it and I'm highly grateful to the Pangu team. ^_^


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    I think you're confusing two ideas. The phones are made with hardware. iOS is software. Running a factory doesn't teach someone about coding. The two are independent processes.
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    06-27-2014 12:08 AM
  12. 1982ollie's Avatar
    .... What?

    Both of my bank apps work just fine.

    As for them getting your information: Don't shop anywhere with the card, don't use eBay or Amazon, don't use the app on any device, don't let anyone see the card number. Nothing is really secure. You just have to be proactive and keep your eye on your account(s) to catch it right away if anything happens.


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    OMG, I've never been able to get my bank app's to work before on jailbroken devices. Even with certain cydia tweaks to stop them knowing you device is jailbroken. I'm in the UK, not sure if it has anything to do with that.

    Thanks for letting me know.


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    06-27-2014 05:27 AM
  13. 1982ollie's Avatar
    You should probably avoid offering advice. You don't know what you're talking about.
    Why be rude about it pal, I'm giving my point of view. I've been jailbreaking since the first iPhone came out. I know exactly what I'm talking about. I would jailbreak my phone just to prove a point, but I'm not going to be wasting valuable time on you!


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    06-27-2014 05:32 AM
  14. GlasgowGaryH's Avatar
    My Barclays banking app has never worked on jail broken iPhone,UK banking app


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    06-27-2014 06:12 AM
  15. Septembersrain's Avatar
    I think you're confusing two ideas. The phones are made with hardware. iOS is software. Running a factory doesn't teach someone about coding. The two are independent processes.
    What I'm saying is that some of the people who work in the software engineering/software development live in China.

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    06-27-2014 06:24 AM
  16. Septembersrain's Avatar
    OMG, I've never been able to get my bank app's to work before on jailbroken devices. Even with certain cydia tweaks to stop them knowing you device is jailbroken. I'm in the UK, not sure if it has anything to do with that.

    Thanks for letting me know.


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    You know, that's a good point. I've never lived in the UK. I'm not 100% sure how the bank apps work there. Do you mind trying it, then if not, just restore via DFU mode?

    I'm curious too.

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    06-27-2014 06:27 AM
  17. 1982ollie's Avatar
    You know, that's a good point. I've never lived in the UK. I'm not 100% sure how the bank apps work there. Do you mind trying it, then if not, just restore via DFU mode?

    I'm curious too.

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    So am I. I'll give it a go and report back. Do you know who produced this jailbreak as I've heard nothing from all my reliable sources over here that I take my advise from. Then bang, out pops a 7.1.1 tool from some team I've never heard of. If it was the Evasi0n team, then I would be a lot more confident with it.

    I'll still give it a go though as I am curious too.

    Thanks for not being rude like some people on here that think they know it all.

    Thanks.


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    06-27-2014 07:06 AM
  18. Septembersrain's Avatar
    So am I. I'll give it a go and report back. Do you know who produced this jailbreak as I've heard nothing from all my reliable sources over here that I take my advise from. Then bang, out pops a 7.1.1 tool from some team I've never heard of. If it was the Evasi0n team, then I would be a lot more confident with it.

    I'll still give it a go though as I am curious too.

    Thanks for not being rude like some people on here that think they know it all.

    Thanks.


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    Don't quote me as I'm not 100% sure but they are saying someone on the Pangu team used to work for Apple. I'd read that somewhere and now can't find it. It was on one of the pages Google translate helped me read during my attempt to do the jailbreak (I didn't know there was an English guide).

    Thanks! I'd love to know. If you decide to stay jailbroken, we'd love to see your set up in the jailbreak section on here. =D

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    06-27-2014 07:37 AM
  19. acerace113's Avatar
    I can't remember where I read this but an English version is coming, along with Mac and Linux versions of the jailbreak, no idea when though.


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    06-27-2014 08:08 AM
  20. natasftw's Avatar
    Why be rude about it pal, I'm giving my point of view. I've been jailbreaking since the first iPhone came out. I know exactly what I'm talking about. I would jailbreak my phone just to prove a point, but I'm not going to be wasting valuable time on you!


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    If you knew "exactly what [you were] talking about," there wouldn't have been a number of posts immediately following yours that countered what you said. You assumed that because ONE app didn't work, ALL apps wouldn't work. That's crazy. If you're going to use that logic, you should just claim there aren't any apps that will work on a jailbroken device.

    I'm not sure why you think giving a point of view makes any sense. This wasn't something that was opinion based. It was factual. There aren't points of views when dealing with facts. They either are or they aren't regardless of who is interpreting them. That's what makes them facts. If your "point of view" disagrees with the facts, you're giving erroneous information. That's not the same as giving an opinion that someone may disagree with.

    What point would jailbreaking your phone prove? This was a discussion about bank apps working on jailbroken phones. Several here have already proven your assertion was false. You can't prove it by jailbreaking your phone. You wouldn't be wasting valuable time on me. You'd be wasting valuable time by not understanding the topic.

    I'm harsh because a LOT of people like you offer bad information. This is counterproductive. It doesn't help you. It doesn't help those you're speaking to. It hurts the community. If you'd like me to be nicer to you, stop hurting the community.
    06-27-2014 09:42 AM
  21. natasftw's Avatar
    What I'm saying is that some of the people who work in the software engineering/software development live in China.

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    I'm just pointing out the phone being manufactured, or "made," in China has nothing to do with where software developers are located. There's an Apple office here in town, but when I was talking to them they were wanting me to move to Cal if we moved forward with job discussions. The vast majority of development takes place there.

    I sincerely doubt there are many Apple employees that would risk the ramifications of violating that NDA for something like creating a jailbreak. It's not impossible, but it's a huge risk for little, if any, reward.
    06-27-2014 09:46 AM
  22. 1982ollie's Avatar
    If you knew "exactly what [you were] talking about," there wouldn't have been a number of posts immediately following yours that countered what you said. You assumed that because ONE app didn't work, ALL apps wouldn't work. That's crazy. If you're going to use that logic, you should just claim there aren't any apps that will work on a jailbroken device.

    I'm not sure why you think giving a point of view makes any sense. This wasn't something that was opinion based. It was factual. There aren't points of views when dealing with facts. They either are or they aren't regardless of who is interpreting them. That's what makes them facts. If your "point of view" disagrees with the facts, you're giving erroneous information. That's not the same as giving an opinion that someone may disagree with.

    What point would jailbreaking your phone prove? This was a discussion about bank apps working on jailbroken phones. Several here have already proven your assertion was false. You can't prove it by jailbreaking your phone. You wouldn't be wasting valuable time on me. You'd be wasting valuable time by not understanding the topic.

    I'm harsh because a LOT of people like you offer bad information. This is counterproductive. It doesn't help you. It doesn't help those you're speaking to. It hurts the community. If you'd like me to be nicer to you, stop hurting the community.
    Fair enough mate I here where you are coming from, maybe I was to quick to answer without trying, but you didn't have to be rude did you. However I forgive you as I now understand your point of view. I've just jailbroken my iPhone 5 here in the UK and my banking app goes to open then a message pops up saying 'this app will not work on modified devices'. It may be my bank, it may be coz I'm in the UK.

    I'm going back to stock as I really need by banking app.

    Cheers.


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    06-27-2014 09:54 AM
  23. natasftw's Avatar
    Fair enough mate I here where you are coming from, maybe I was to quick to answer without trying, but you didn't have to be rude did you. However I forgive you as I now understand your point of view. I've just jailbroken my iPhone 5 here in the UK and my banking app goes to open then a message pops up saying 'this app will not work on modified devices'. It may be my bank, it may be coz I'm in the UK.

    I'm going back to stock as I really need by banking app.

    Cheers.


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    I don't know what bank you use, but I'm going to use software development experience to guess the answer to your question. It's more likely due to the bank than to you being in the UK. I've never heard of any regulations that require any apps to refuse connections to jailbroken, or rooted, devices. They may exist, but it's unlikely. If a bank goes beyond a nation's borders, it wouldn't want to run a check to verify the location of the user. If it believed the risk existed, it'd want to ban all users. It'd be strange to code it to check the user's data to verify they weren't from a certain nation.
    06-27-2014 10:08 AM
  24. 1982ollie's Avatar
    I don't know what bank you use, but I'm going to use software development experience to guess the answer to your question. It's more likely due to the bank than to you being in the UK. I've never heard of any regulations that require any apps to refuse connections to jailbroken, or rooted, devices. They may exist, but it's unlikely. If a bank goes beyond a nation's borders, it wouldn't want to run a check to verify the location of the user. If it believed the risk existed, it'd want to ban all users. It'd be strange to code it to check the user's data to verify they weren't from a certain nation.
    It's is a good point. It must be my bank which is Barclays and Halifax, but not only bank apps have been refused to run on jailbroken devices.

    Google: cydia tweak xcon

    Then you will see what I'm talking about. Even if I install that tweak, my bank apps still won't work. Otherwise I would stay jailbroken. I love being jailbroken.

    Thanks for your point of view.


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    06-27-2014 10:15 AM
  25. Paul Ellis1's Avatar
    Never had an issue with UK banking apps on with my jailbroken ip5 or ipad

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    06-27-2014 10:32 AM
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