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CellularInfo is almost enough to make me want to get an iPhone.  When it comes to wireless info, I'm just weak.  I'm weak!

 

 

Happy Festivus…

 

AJ

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Its still very functional on 9.0.2 without the notificaion center... I love the app.

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Has anyone tried signing this with the iOS app signer and loading it with xcode on a non-jailbroken phone? Would it work?

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Has anyone tried signing this with the iOS app signer and loading it with xcode on a non-jailbroken phone? Would it work?

It wouldn't. I myself can't even run it with Xcode and I have a developer account.

 

 

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It wouldn't. I myself can't even run it with Xcode and I have a developer account.

 

 

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I figured... probaby needs to run outside the sandbox.

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It wouldn't. I myself can't even run it with Xcode and I have a developer account.

 

 

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Is that still the case? Was thinking about trying it, but seeing as it's already been discussed...

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Is the developer still around? I wonder if they would ever be willing to open source this project.

 

 

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Is the developer still around? I wonder if they would ever be willing to open source this project.

 

 

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I'm still here! I'll gladly open source this. I'll look for the project files when I get home.
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I'm still here! I'll gladly open source this. I'll look for the project files when I get home.

Great to hear!

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Is the developer still around? I wonder if they would ever be willing to open source this project.

 

 

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Here ya go: just pushed the entire project. I believe I was taking the .app and compressing it into a .deb every time... or I might've been using iOSOpenDev. I honestly don't remember.

 

https://github.com/nahum365/CellularInfo

 

EDIT: Also, looking back: this code is terrible. I apologize  :(  

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OH MY GOODNESS.  FINALLY, we get a 9.3.3 Jailbreak - first tweak I installed?  CellularInfo!  Woooooooohooooooo!

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OH MY GOODNESS. FINALLY, we get a 9.3.3 Jailbreak - first tweak I installed? CellularInfo! Woooooooohooooooo!

Still on 9.0.2 on my 6+

 

Would you recommend the upgrade? Not too sure about the semi-untethered aspect of it.

 

Does CellularInfo work just as well?!

 

 

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Still on 9.0.2 on my 6+

 

Would you recommend the upgrade? Not too sure about the semi-untethered aspect of it.

 

Does CellularInfo work just as well?!

 

 

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No issues at all so far.  I ended up having to get a replacement phone from Apple (from dropping my old jailbroken 6+) so I was forced into a non-jailbreak situation.

 

CellularInfo seems to work just as well.  :)

 

I would have loved a fully untethered jailbreak, but beggars cant be choosers.  I was definitely on the 'beggars' end this time.

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Still on 9.0.2 on my 6+

 

Would you recommend the upgrade? Not too sure about the semi-untethered aspect of it.

 

I'd recommend it. iOS 9.3.3 is expected to be the last major update before iOS 10 is released in a few months, so you might as well get on the latest and jailbreak while you still can.

 

The semi-untethered part isn't bad at all, especially considering all jailbreak apps / mods / settings / etc. remain intact.

 

I'm just glad Field Test is fullscreen on my 6+ again:

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I'd recommend it. iOS 9.3.3 is expected to be the last major update before iOS 10 is released in a few months, so you might as well get on the latest and jailbreak while you still can.

 

The semi-untethered part isn't bad at all, especially considering all jailbreak apps / mods / settings / etc. remain intact.

 

I'm just glad Field Test is fullscreen on my 6+ again:

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Woah, did they really finally update field test?!

 

 

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Woah, did they really finally update field test?!

 

 

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No; I had to use FullForce to expand it. I believe there was an iOS 8 beta where the Field Test app actually was properly updated, but was reverted in the subsequent betas.

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OH MY GOODNESS. FINALLY, we get a 9.3.3 Jailbreak - first tweak I installed? CellularInfo! Woooooooohooooooo!

it's a great tweak! Just hope he can update it to display CA (Carrier Aggregation)

 

 

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Great app. I hope the developer finds some time to continue to work on it.

 

I saw some previous posts mentioning the widget being broken in 9.x, but it works for me?

 

Thanks Nahum.

 

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Ordered the new 7+, hopefully the dev can find some new work around and get it working...

 

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Rocking the 128gb 7+ right now....

 

Need this app on my phone asap!

 

 

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Rocking the 128gb 7+ right now....

 

Need this app on my phone asap!

 

 

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Gonna need to wait for iOS 10 jailbreak too.

 

 

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