Let's figure out these [iOS 7] Internal Settings!

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by ethan028, Jun 19, 2013.

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    ethan028

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    Anyone who's a developer with Xcode5-DP1, we should figure out how to get these Internal settings installed correctly!
     
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    ethan028

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    I've decompiled springboard's binary executable and have found references to enabling the settings...Will update more as I find out more.
     
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    OR we can wait until they add the feature in one of the betas. Just saying.
     
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    i've been really hoping someone can figure out how to enable them.
     
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    ethan028

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    They won't be enabled.

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    I've figured some of it out.
     
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    Awesome, keep us updated.
     
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    huh?:confused:
     
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    So far, I tried editing my backup for my iPhone adding SBPrototypeSettingsEnabled and made its Boolean true. That did not work.

    Help me out guys
     
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    How can you be so sure?
     
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    tymaster50

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    ....Is my sentence really that hard to understand? Lol
     
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    ethan028

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    It's just not probable.
     
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    I agree, that is wayyy too much control over things for Apple to include it. I would LOVE to be shown otherwise but I think "Apple knows best".

    Those "hidden settings" are just there so when they are working on the UI they can quickly change settings to see what is best, instead of having to tweak/update tweak/update.
     
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    Bring up settings

    Maybe after you have modified the plist try to go (on your iPhone) under Settings>General>About, bring up control center and press volume button (+) or "(-) and then quickly (+)"
     
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    Well, that escalated quickly.

    Kudos to you for not only having an idea, but also the means to execute on it! That's rare around here.
     
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    ethan028

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    That did not work :(

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    Just trying to put a team together here :)
     
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    ethan028

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    Just added SBRootSettings BOOL true to com.apple.Springboard.plist and still no dice :(
     
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    i can't help you, but I wish you good luck :)
     
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    Looks like in the defaultSettings.plist there is an allowUIConfigurationProfileInstallation that is set to YES. This may mean that you need a crafted profile added to the device to enable this. I will do more investigating later.

    I was looking through the decrypted rootfs by the way....
     
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    ethan028

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    Same here, decrypted 2 days ago and have been looking ever since...

    Btw, we should all get a chatroom going or something?
     
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    yes, it is hard for me to understand why someone would suggest hindering devs that want to investigate hidden settings and share findings with the forum
     
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    Ok go ahead, when the phone ends up messed up we don't wanna see them here complaining.
     
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    ethan028

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    But like if they do it themselves and screw their phone up all they need to do us a restore...this isn't a bootROM type modification.
     
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    Yep, Apple doesn't usually give us that much freedom.
    I'd be pleasantly surprised if they do though.
     
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    ethan028

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    Well whether they like it or not, we should really figure it out.
     
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    So. Dwelving into more things I found we need to patch AFC2.
     

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