It's code that a programmar wrote to defeat the jailbreak check upon opening the app. No side effects.my question was, what does the .deb file actually do? whats it change? any side effects?
i did it and it worked, but i always like to know what actually happened behind the scenes.
Ok, I most be doing something wrong here, I got it to work for the iPhone as well, but i'm still having trouble with the ipad 2. Think you can help?I found information about very simple solution for iPad and iPhone any models:
Rename your Cydia directory and your 'apt' package directory to whatever you want. Note that, in the future, you'll have to rename these BACK to their original names when you want to use Cydia or install something:
/Applications/Cydia.app rename to /Applications/SomeOtherName
/private/var/lib/apt rename to /private/var/lib/SomeOtherName
This is it! Log in to Optimum - everything is working now!
Current Optimum software version 2.0.1
I see 2 lines, one for optimum, and the another for CVCrDVR,Another elegant solution for iPad: if you don't want to re-name Cydia folders... Install DEB file as I describe above.
After go to the location
Open this file for editing and replace CVCrDVR with Optimum .
Save file. This is it! iPad will work now with Optimum.
There are some cisco products that have blocked jailbroken iPhones, as well as iBooks ofcourse.I agree. And I believe it's the first time an app has been disabled due to jailbreaking. Skype is still fully functional; it just has a warning the first time you log in on a jailbroken device.