USB Flash Drives, also known as Jump or Thumb Drives, USB pen drive, or a USB stick. We have all seen a number of very inexpensive USB Flash Drives for sale on eBay, online dealers and auction sites, and sometimes in a brick-and-mortar discount electronics/technology store. These USB Flash Drives are usually sold in sizes ranging from 8GB to 128GB.
Sometimes, one might just take a chance; it arrives and you gingerly
iOS4 Multitask Toggler
I've spent quiet some time yesterday learning how to make .deb packages for iPhone and then tweaking a couple of iPhone .plist files then testing to make this tweak. This tweak installs itself as a winterboard theme to allow the user to easily disable (or re-enable) the native multitasking on any iPhone/iPod Touch running iOS4. Simply activate via Winterboard and respring. Although this tweak was primarily intended for iPod Touch 3G, thanks to the help of Ithian,
For those who don't know, iPhone OS (iOS) 4.0/4.0.1 has been jailbroken on ALL iDevices (iPhone/iPod and iPad (3.2.1). The jailbreak is a browser based, userland, jailbreak by comex called JailbreakMe 2.0 Star. This means, you don't need to be plugged into a PC to jailbreak. Just turn on WiFi on your iDevice and open Safari and on the device go to:
Then Follow the on-screen instructions and Cydia should be installed once done. However, because iOS4 is different
Originally Posted by Ithian
Here is an excellent tutorial to get your jailbroken iOS4 device's tethering function enabled without installing any Cydia/Rock apps like MyWi 4.0 ($20 New Users / $10 Upgrade) or Tether ($5 USD). A BIG thanks to Diode on the Macrumors forum for helping to spread this information around outside the Xsellize forums, and for helping me sort out an issue I had with this.
Thanks to Wortel at Xsellize this will work for any iPhone 3g/3gs/4 running iOS 4.0.1.
WARNING: This tutorial is written for a user with average on up mechanical aptitude and an ability to follow directions. If you have no mechanical aptitude, nor can follow amply described and illustrated directions --- then this tutorial is not for you. As parts can bust/die/tear/get lost and no longer work and I don't know where you can get a replacement.
This tutorial tries to cover replacing as much of the internal parts of possible. I took my Wii apart several times in