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Unknownz21
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Unknownz21 Oct 7
Crash Test Dummy - an internal app, used to simulate crashes & such.
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Unknownz21 Oct 6
Replying to @redsn0w4life
You collect stuff like this?
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mcg29 Oct 6
iBoot-2796.0.0.1.10 for j99a (iPad Pro 12.9 inch), dating to before iOS 9.0 beta 1
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Unknownz21 Oct 4
Replying to @albyvar25
Are you looking for those?
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Unknownz21 Oct 4
Replying to @GSXMafia
DM if you need diags
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Unknownz21 Sep 15
Replying to @OdderDude
Pretty much
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Unknownz21 Sep 15
Replying to @OdderDude
I think he's trying to be cool / relatable, since the guy has the personality of a dial tone. Quite tragicomic, I must say lol
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Unknownz21 Sep 14
Replying to @DJ_LeleX @albyvar25
Nobody seems to have that unfortunately
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mcg29 Sep 8
Replying to @mcg29_
Here are a few screenshots of diagnostic utilities Apple included on SpringBoard: AGX Reporter, Siri Debug, as well as Tap to Radar. (There are many more hidden apps in the /AppleInternal/Applications directory)
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mcg29 Sep 8
Replying to @mcg29_
Like all iOS internal UI Builds, it features Developer, Carrier, and Internal Settings. A few Internal settings are featured here:
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mcg29 Sep 8
Replying to @mcg29_
It also seems that the System applications fail to download even with wifi, perhaps due to a lack of a connection to Apple’s Internal VPN.
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mcg29 Sep 8
Replying to @mcg29_
Upon boot, the system immediately recognizes the baseband failure (some oddity that seems to happen on iOS 13.x dual boots), and prints an interesting message:
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mcg29 Sep 8
Replying to @mcg29_
Based on the DEVELOPMENT style kernelcache from the dump, the build dates to early June 2019, just around the time of iOS 13.0 beta 1.
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mcg29 Sep 8
Replying to @mcg29_
Given how old it is, a dual boot works fine with the latest iOS 13.6.1 - Amazingly, SEP is compatible this far back. (perhaps even earlier!)
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mcg29 Sep 9
Replying to @mcg29_
It should be noted that the “Show Internal Apps” toggle in internal settings allows the rest of the apps present in /AppleInternal/Applications to be shown:
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mcg29 Sep 8
Replying to @mcg29_
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mcg29 Sep 8
Successfully installed iOS 13.0 (17A508) Internal UI on a production iPhone 8
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Unknownz21 Sep 6
Just noticed that Twitter's "quality filter" hid a bunch of messages from my DMs, so I'm just seeing them now. Apologies to everyone who tried to message me, will be replying shortly.
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Unknownz21 Sep 5
Worst support ever, you have been extremely unhelpful and have thus far failed to justify your actions, apologize and fix your mistakes.
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Unknownz21 Sep 5
Replying to @AskPayPal
I've been waiting for 4 hours, please reply
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