Wednesday, July 6, 2011

iPad 2 Running Cydia

After months of waiting for the release of an iPad 2 jailbreak, it is finally here. It is a very simple jailbreak through a Mobile Safari exploit with a jailbreaking pdf. Now that the iPad 2 is over 100 days old, you can finally run Cydia on your prized possession. I picked up mine on launch day and have been anxious to get it jailbroken for quite some time.

So you're running Cydia on your iPad 2, now what?

Here are a few pretty nice Cydia Apps to install on your iPad 2:


After installing many Cydia apps on your iPad 2, it can become a hassle removing them. Usually you'll have to go through Cydia itself, it isn't like removing iTunes apps by simply clicking clicking a little X at the corner to delete it. Cydelete allows you to delete Cydia installed apps in exactly the same way.


This app is a must have for any iPad 2 user who doesn’t have an iPhone. As an iPad user, you'll often find an app which was not optimized for the larger format and is designed with the iPhone in mind instead. FullForce tricks the app into thinking it was created for the larger iPad’s screen. You need to toggle this feature to activate FullForce for a given app.


If you are away from your computer or don’t have access to a computer to easily organize the apps on your iPad 2, it can be a hassle dragging one icon around at a time to a location. MultiIconMover allows you to move many icons to different screens at a time.

Check out some of our favorite Cydia apps for the iPad 2 as well.

1 comment:

  1. Great post. I just installed some apps on my iPad 2 but I'm confused and can't find them at all? where do I locate them like those themes? Thanks!


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