ashiz

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so when can we expect mobile substrate for ios 7?????
as soon as it's available, plz let us know
 

nabechu

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Dec 25, 2008
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Willing to bet he isn't even working on it right now since it is the holiday season and most likely spending time with his family. I wouldn't expect it till after new years at the earliest.
 
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localboy28

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If the jail breakers are sane they won't switch on a computer until the holidays are over.
 
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uisim151

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Milky Way, planet Earth

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bandofbrothers

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In the interim their is a nice little snippet on idownloadblog from a convo with Saurik.

No ETA as expected tho :D
 
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hakr100

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Not until two days after IOS 8 is released and sneakily auto uploaded to every IOS device in the known universe. :eek:
 
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pat park

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Might be a bit off topic, but any thoughts on 3 rd party MS tweaks? Read something at modymyi where Saurik suggests that you do not install use any 3 rd part tweaks for MS.

I assume bootstrap falls into this category? I haven't had any issues on ip5 as of yet.

If you have jailbroken your iOS 7 device, whether it’s 32-bit or 64-bit, you should definitely hold off from downloading third-party hacked together versions of Mobile Substrate, or third-party patches for Mobile Substrate intended to make it work correctly on these newer devices.

Why, you ask? Well, first of all, they’re probably not going to make it work correctly.

Saurik recently took to Reddit to respond to a widely used third-party Mobile Substrate patch that claims to "load all tweaks without a reboot or respring" on iOS 7. The patch doesn't fix tweaks for the 64-bit A7 chip, but it does claim to fix Mobile Substrate for iOS 7. If you were thinking about grabbing it, you may want to read Saurik's response about why you shouldn't:
 
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boshii

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Might be a bit off topic, but any thoughts on 3 rd party MS tweaks? Read something at modymyi where Saurik suggests that you do not install use any 3 rd part tweaks for MS.

I assume bootstrap falls into this category? I haven't had any issues on ip5 as of yet.

If you have jailbroken your iOS 7 device, whether it’s 32-bit or 64-bit, you should definitely hold off from downloading third-party hacked together versions of Mobile Substrate, or third-party patches for Mobile Substrate intended to make it work correctly on these newer devices.

Why, you ask? Well, first of all, they’re probably not going to make it work correctly.

Saurik recently took to Reddit to respond to a widely used third-party Mobile Substrate patch that claims to "load all tweaks without a reboot or respring" on iOS 7. The patch doesn't fix tweaks for the 64-bit A7 chip, but it does claim to fix Mobile Substrate for iOS 7. If you were thinking about grabbing it, you may want to read Saurik's response about why you shouldn't:

Saurik said don't do it so don't do it.
 
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Thepoobear

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Oct 30, 2013
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Might be a bit off topic, but any thoughts on 3 rd party MS tweaks? Read something at modymyi where Saurik suggests that you do not install use any 3 rd part tweaks for MS.

I assume bootstrap falls into this category? I haven't had any issues on ip5 as of yet.

If you have jailbroken your iOS 7 device, whether it’s 32-bit or 64-bit, you should definitely hold off from downloading third-party hacked together versions of Mobile Substrate, or third-party patches for Mobile Substrate intended to make it work correctly on these newer devices.

Why, you ask? Well, first of all, they’re probably not going to make it work correctly.

Saurik recently took to Reddit to respond to a widely used third-party Mobile Substrate patch that claims to "load all tweaks without a reboot or respring" on iOS 7. The patch doesn't fix tweaks for the 64-bit A7 chip, but it does claim to fix Mobile Substrate for iOS 7. If you were thinking about grabbing it, you may want to read Saurik's response about why you shouldn't:

What is his reasoning? After installing those MS hacks, my problems went away. I'm using iphone 5. Unless he gives a good reason, I'm sticking with the hacks. Without them, my phone is unusable.
 
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