iPhone 4 hack?

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by anetoiu, Mar 24, 2011.

  1. anetoiu macrumors member

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    Hi
    I have many friends asking me to give them my iPhone 4 to play games and it's getting annoying.
    What I want to know is if there is a way to lock all apps in the phone and to make it look like it actually has no app on it while there are apps on it so I would have to enter a password or something to make them appear.

    This would be very useful for me,
    Thanks
     
  2. Charlie Sheen macrumors 6502

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    setting-> restrictions-> allow apps-> no apps.
    problem solved.
    oh and make sure you memorize the password ;)
     
  3. Applejuiced macrumors Westmere

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  4. anetoiu thread starter macrumors member

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    @Charlie Thanks a lot, exactly what I wanted
    @Applejuiced I've been trying to do that for over a year :D
     
  5. iApples macrumors 65816

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    Just put a passcode on it and then say you 'forgot' the code :)
     
  6. Cortezbanks macrumors 6502

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    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Or just be a man and say no
     
  7. BlindSoul macrumors 6502

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    Haha, I actually have the same problem. It's annoying when people keep asking me for my iPhone, And people don't really realize it costed me $800 and incase they break it they won't really buy me a new one or will fix it.
    And when I say no to people, they just think I'm cheap. So yeah. >.>
     
  8. anetoiu thread starter macrumors member

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    I'm actually just 17 years old but I worked hard for those money to buy my iPhone 4 and it's still not an iPhone, it's an iPod because it's locked but that doesn't matter.

    I love to play games during classes so it would be hard and weird to hide myself while playing on it.

    I hate this just because I don't feel well with the cheapest thing at me in their hands :D
     
  9. Nanook macrumors regular

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    wat
     
  10. Simm0nS777 macrumors 6502a

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    lol what this guy said...it's obvious hes playing the games all through English classes
     
  11. Consultant macrumors G5

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    Maybe you should let your friends play with your iPhone so you can actually pay attention in the class.
     
  12. anetoiu thread starter macrumors member

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    I meant to say the most expensive and I'm not the only guy on this forum who doesn't speak english that well.
     
  13. dudeabiding macrumors 6502

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    I'm a teacher. "Hand it over. I'll give it back after class. If you don't , I call security, they'll take it and have your parents come in to pick it up after school."

    Daily. They never learn. Students think we can't see what they are doing behind their pack or books on their desk or under their desk. My record in a single class was 3 phones and 3 PSPs. In one class, the kids wanted to see how full my pockets would get and if my pants would fall down and just handed the phones and gameplayers over- I had 7-8. And my pants did not fall down.
    :)
     
  14. anetoiu thread starter macrumors member

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    I have to make a lot of useless classes for what I want to do later after High School so I use my phone to have fun. I never said you don't see it either that sometimes, you really don't.
    I use my iPhone 4 to make photos of my lessons to be able to cheat at tests at those useless classes.
    As an example, do you think that entrepreneurial education is what I need to become an army officer or computer engineer ?

    BTW, do you know anything about Romania ?

    I see you have many Apple devices and you should be proud about them. As an information for you, teachers in this country are making around $200 per month.
     
  15. MBHockey macrumors 68040

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    Careful, that's a slippery slope of justifications you're using there.
     
  16. dudeabiding macrumors 6502

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    Knowledge is power. There are NO useless classes, only ones that don't (now) interest you. You may find you could have used the information later, when you are older and something comes up that you hadn't planned for. You can have fun in class while you are paying attention (think about other students naked, or the teacher naked, for that matter). When you get a job or are in the Army, lots of people are going to tell you stuff that you feel is useless or boring or not in your plans. Some of it, however, might make it possible for you to keep your job or stay alive or keep someone else alive.

    Not learning is not smart.

    Yes, we (at least I) do see you on your phone in class. You are either on your phone under the top of the desk or you are doing something else under there we aren't going to talk about here.

    All teachers are underpaid. It doesn't matter what country you are in. We spend more time with you than your parents do, sometimes we care about you more than your parents do, and we (try to) prepare you for the hard and nasty life rushing towards you as soon as you leave school. We take care of you when you get hurt, we spend hours before and after class with you and your work, we spend weekends making and correcting your tests, we listen to your problems, we help guide you in questions of ethics and morality, we are your TEACHERS. Any fool who says we are overpaid clearly has never tried teaching. Without us, you'd all have the intelligence and morality of Paris Hilton, god forbid.

    As for Romania, yes, I know about Romania. I teach history.

    No, I'm not proud of of my Apple products, I'm happy with them. I am proud of my sons and proud of many of my students. In fact, some of my students come back to see me after graduation, or call or email me to let me know how they are doing. One of my students was 13 and now is 24, and I hear from him at least once a year.

    Try hard in school, pay attention, and you will have a greater chance of success than if you don't. Not all classes are fun, or interesting, but all have facts. And facts build up in your head to create the wealth of knowledge you will need as you go through life. Who knows, one day you may have a brilliant idea and decide to start a business. At that point, maybe you will realize you should have paid attention in that entrepreneurial education class.
    :)
     
  17. anetoiu thread starter macrumors member

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    I love the way you think, I would love to have you as my history teacher.
    I think I hate that class because my teacher is a gypsy and I never ever met a gypsy clever person and I live in a neighbourhood full of them. Gypgsyes have also been stealing from me and my parents a lot of stuff. I have been beaten by them etc.

    I think the teacher means a lot for students. For example, I was never interested in spanish but I got a very good teacher and then I ended up loving spanish. Anyway, after I finally learned some spanish, my teacher has been changed and I wasn't understanding anything from him.

    I have to work to get money for myself to help my parents because the president in Romania took %25 from the state emplyees and both of my parents are state employees. That's taking a lot of my free time and the rest of the free time I use to learn and make homeworks for the classes I really care.

    P.S. is it ok if we went so offtopic in this topic ?
     
  18. dudeabiding macrumors 6502

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    Sorry to hear about your parents. Many politicians here are trying to do the same thing to state employees, blaming them for the problems of their budgets. I don't think police, fire, office and sewer workers and teachers are the problem, though. More like the politicians who steal from everybody and/or mismanage funds to build bridges to nowhere to give their friends work. Of course, like a dictator in WW2, it's easier to blame someone else for your troubles that admit your own responsibility. I think that's in the bible, also. Something about blaming it on Cain? Do you know how to tell when a politician is lying? His/her mouth is moving.

    As to any cultural group being bad, there are good and bad people in any group. It's a mistake to blame the group, blame the person.

    I'm glad you found a class you like, why not try and learn more Spanish on your own? A teacher starts you on the road to knowledge, you can continue on your own way without him/her.

    I work with a half-Gypsy, the first I ever met. He's very intelligent.

    As for topic, we are talking about your phone use (in class), yes? So we are on topic. :)
     

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