iOS 7.1.1 Untethered Jailbreak Released by Pangu

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An unexpected untethered jailbreak for the latest iOS 7.1.1 has been released by a team of Chinese hackers. They include dm557, windknown, ogc557, and Daniel_K4. They call it Pangu. It is available for all devices capable of running iOS 7.1.1. Unfortunatly the app is all in Chinese, so unless you have Chinese languages installed on […]

Flex – The iOS GameGenie


  If you we’re at least born in the 90’s you should know what a GameGenie is right? Well for those of you who don’t know, a GameGenie was a cartridge that you placed between your game console and game (namely Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Genesis, etc) that let you modify the game you were […]

iPhone 5 Already Jailbroken By Chpwn


A well known iPhone hacker, Grant Paul aka Chpwn, has already jailbroken the new iPhone 5 that was just released today. He posted a picture of the iPhone 5 running Cydia to his twitter. Don’t get too excited though as a public release is probably weeks away still. They will have to work out all […]

Russian Hacker Cracks Apple’s In-App Purchases


Developers beware! All applications on the Apple App Store could easily be hacked and run on unauthorized devices. Developers were able to get around this buy locking premium content down with in-app purchases. Well those days are over. A Russian hacker named ZonD80 who posted the video above, has bypassed in-app purchases. At this point […]

Siri Ported To The iPhone 4 Via Jailbreak


Siri has been ported to the iPhone 4 and is now fully functional. The port is called H1Siri and can be found on 2 different Cydia repositories. The main one being and an alternate being We are still unsure how the hacker got this to work. It may be connecting to Apple’s server […]

How To Unlock The Mac App Store’s Secret Debug Menu


Hey guys, how’s it going? Well, it looks like the Mac App Store left some things hidden in the application (left over from Apple testing). To enable the menu, close the Mac App Store if it’s open. Then, open Terminal (search for it in Spotlight) and enter in the following: defaults write ShowDebugMenu -bool […]

Confirmed: The iPad Doesn’t Need Code Signature On Apps!


Hey guys, today has been very interesting. Like most great discoveries, they happen on accident. We have tested (extensively) and have confirmed that the iPad does not require apps to be code signed! Brandon and I have been hard at work on some projects here internally at LEI Mobile and during this, we uncovered a […]