It's not scare mongering if it's true. Search the forums for posts by people who installed pirated versions of programs, then (surprise surprise) their phone crashes. They get no pity or help from me. They're a bunch of leeches who won't support the jb community and reinforce the belief that jb users pirate.Stop scare mongering !
I had to install insanely repo to install the ibooks fix (and got the warning), because none of the other repos had the fix (to my knowledge). It sucks, because I see the legit cydia program (that costs money) then the stupid pirated program that's free from insanely.How would you know???
Yeah I remember having to use insanelyi for something too but I ended up deleting the source and whatever package I had installed from it because of that reason.It sucks, because I see the legit cydia program (that costs money) then the stupid pirated program that's free from insanely.
When I first entered the realms of jailbreaking and watching utube tutorials I added one of the well known 'repo's without knowing it provided the cracked version. I did download a couple of tweaks that were then free but after a short while I quickly became aware of the situation. Now neither of these 'illegal' tweaks as some put it made my phone crash or act weird !
I've asked before how these repo a tweaks are illegal.
In the eyes of the law or immorally legal ?
I'm not aware of a law that backs tweaks like for examole the music industry is protected by copyright law.
My apologies.Glad you were lucky enough to avoid the agony of a crashed phone, but not everyone's that lucky.
As for your other question, it'd help if you posted in grammatically, complete sentences. Missing, wrong and misspelled words makes it difficult to understand you. I'm not being sarcastic either.
Copyright protects the code that was written for the tweaks. It's unlikely that the author has the money to go after you in court though, so it comes down to your own morals if you do it or not.I'm not aware of a law that backs tweaks like for examole the music industry is protected by copyright law.