Saturday, June 19, 2010

ElectroLyte #6 (June 2010 Mix Set)

Free download available at and iTunes.
  • 1. The Blister Boyz - Solferino (Cyberpunkers Remix)
  • 2. Annemie - Animal Instinct (Andrew Spencer Vs. Aquagen Remix)
  • 3. Brooklyn Bounce - Bass Beats and Melody Reloaded (Disco Freak Remix)
  • 4. Cheb'Five - Future Seed (Original Mix)
  • 5. Sir Colin feat. Mickey - So Blind (South Blast! Remix)
  • 6. Narcotic Thrust - I Like It 2O1O (Lorusso Still Like It Remix)
  • 7. Housewave - Up & Down (Club Mix)
  • 8. Soul Puncherz - Cut Low Wit It (Digital Freq Remix)
  • 9. Bass Force - You Are My Heaven (Snowdogs Remix)
  • 10. The Full Time Superstars vs Chris Starkilla feat. Taya - Walking On Air (Rocket Pimp Remix)
  • 11. Mike Charlie - I Get Live Bird (Peterson Remix)
  • 12. Way Out West - Only Love (Jerome Isma-Ae Remix)

Pre-Style multitasking on the iPad

Although official “Apple-approved” multitasking is coming to the iPhone thanks to the new iOS4 next week, iPad users will still have to wait until fall to get the same upgrade. Well, that is unless they don’t mind jailbreaking. Indeed, multitasking on the iPad has been possible since day one thanks to backgrounder. As great as it is however, it won’t let you jump from app to app directly.

ProSwitcher for iPad comes to help with that and allows you to switch between different apps without going through the home screen. It’s not the first multitasking manager, but it’s definitely the most impressive. Indeed, it allows you to jump from app to app using a beautiful 3D interface like you might have seen on Palm’s Pre. It’s guaranteed to impress your friends.

Now in “Alpha”, ProSwitcher for iPad requires a jailbroken iPad, and the addition of as a source in Cydia. However, users should be extremely careful since memory leaks and general bugs have been reported by early ProSwitcher for iPad users.

iOS4 should be making an appearance in early fall on the iPad, which will offer ‘official’ multitasking. However, for those that cannot wait and want to run two or more apps at the same time, ProSwitcher for iPad will do the trick, if you are okay with the occasional bug.

Android Market Place + iDroid + iPhoDroid works =)

I finally got Android Market Place to successful load on my iPhone 3G with iDroid!
The instructions I used that worked is here

Thursday, June 17, 2010

iPhoDroid 0.6 Alpha R10 released.

iPhoDroid 0.6 Alpha R10 released.
I've tested it myself, Install process seems much cleaner. The developer also states that this version no longer needs macfuse installed.
Get it at

redsn0w 0.9.5 BETA Jailbreak iOS 4

Works on iOS4 GM, Hopefully iOS4 will be jailbreakable out of the box!

Download Mac Version: Mac OSX x86
Download Windows Version: Windows

ultrasn0w 0.92.1 Released : Unlock 04.26.08 Baseband On iOS 4 GM

This is an official unlock from the Dev-Team for baseband 04.26.08, however there will not be a release for other basebands until iOS 4 is released publicly.

You can install ultrasn0w by adding to your Cydia source list (do not use the repo because that still has the older version 0.92). Note: ultrasn0w is spelled with a zero, not the letter “o”.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

iPhoDroid R9 released

iPhoDroid 0.6 RC9 released. I have updated it on my phone and report that it works.
Get it at

Friday, June 11, 2010

iPhoDroid R8

iPhoDroid 0.6 beta R8 was just released.
Download it here

iconoclasm for iPad

For those iPad users that like jailbreaking and wish that they could modify their iPad springboard, beyond what Apple intended, there is now a solution at hand. It has been announced that the popular jailbreak app,Iconoclasm is now available for the Apple tablet.

Like its iPhone sister, the iPad allows very little in terms of app icon customization.

With Iconoclasm, however, users can place their app icons in a number of formats to suit their tastes. For example, for those that wish that they could put less space between their icons and thereby placing more apps per page, Iconoclasm can do this.

In addition to adding more apps per page, you can format each page separately. So if you want lots of space between apps on one page and a only a little room between icons on the next, you’e in luck. This feature can be particularly useful if, for example, you want all your games on one springboard page. As you download more apps, you can decrease the space between icons to make sure your games don’t spill over into your utilities page. App icons can also be placed in patterns, such as in a figure-eight, which makes your iPad much more unique than that of the average iPad owner. I could talk about the options forever, but I bet it’d be easier to show you, so enjoy:

Dual Boot Android & iPhone OS on iPhone 3G

Files needed: