1. NewD's Avatar
    NewD, have you noticed a longer reboot after the update? My i5 takes around 2.5 min to reboot now. Also tried a 4s and reboot was even longer. I5 had bootstrap (uninstalled prior to ms update). The 4s never had bootstrap installed. Any idea?
    Sorry Steve. Haven't tested yet. Just woke up to the news here on East Coast of US and have only been messing with my 5S so far. My 5 is still on iOS 6.1.2 JB.. Not getting rid of that. And haven't messed with my 4S yet.. Let's see if others can corroborate your claim.

    No lateness on reboot with my 5S though.
    2013-12-31 03:10 PM
  2. jaykain's Avatar
    Anyone with bitsms noticed that the settings in the app is not there
    2013-12-31 04:26 PM
  3. BrainSmashR's Avatar
    Anyone with bitsms noticed that the settings in the app is not there
    It's moved, on the screen that shows all of your messages, scroll to the very top, there is a text box for searches and just to the left of that you will see "settings" instead of the old gear.
    2013-12-31 04:39 PM
  4. NewD's Avatar
    It's moved, on the screen that shows all of your messages, scroll to the very top, there is a text box for searches and just to the left of that you will see "settings" instead of the old gear.
    Are you implying that biteSMS is updated for 7?
    2013-12-31 05:02 PM
  5. jaykain's Avatar
    Thanks for the info and yes it is updated for ios7
    2013-12-31 05:05 PM
  6. NewD's Avatar
    Post #1 updated. New Info



    Thanks for the info and yes it is updated for ios7
    for 5S as well?
    2013-12-31 05:11 PM
  7. TaJr12's Avatar
    it is in beta, being updated for 5S. BiteSMS beta now available for iOS 7 [update]
    2013-12-31 06:02 PM
  8. BrainSmashR's Avatar
    I don't know any specific for 5s, I just added rpetrich repo to my sources and check the "changes" section of Cydia several times a day. Seems to be the easiest way to keep up to date.
    2013-12-31 06:05 PM
  9. Simon's Avatar
    ccsettings and dockshift just received 5S compatible updates.
    2013-12-31 06:46 PM
  10. buggsy2's Avatar
    NewD, have you noticed a longer reboot after the update? My i5 takes around 2.5 min to reboot now. Also tried a 4s and reboot was even longer. I5 had bootstrap (uninstalled prior to ms update). The 4s never had bootstrap installed. Any idea?
    My ip5 is the same, 2:30 to reboot. Hope this can be improved in new versions of...?
    2013-12-31 09:16 PM
  11. Sage I's Avatar
    My ip5 is the same, 2:30 to reboot. Hope this can be improved in new versions of...?
    Weird... My 5s is just as fast at rebooting as it was before the jailbreak...
    2013-12-31 09:43 PM
  12. Steve11's Avatar
    My ip5 is the same, 2:30 to reboot. Hope this can be improved in new versions of...?

    It isn't the MS update that is causing longer boot times. I'm guesing you have activator installed? It is the latest version (todays) of activator that is causing longer boot times. My i5 boot time seemed normal when I uninstalled it.
    2013-12-31 09:46 PM
  13. NewD's Avatar
    Weird... My 5s is just as fast at rebooting as it was before the jailbreak...
    Mine too... but several have reported the long reboot time on 4, 4S and 5 since the update to mobile substrate. Either we 5S users got lucky or the fact that no Mobile substrate-dependent tweaks are really updated for A7 - so we can't notice it - is the reason we're not experiencing any reboot trouble.
    2013-12-31 09:52 PM
  14. flash66's Avatar
    Anyone try hands free tweak with ios7?

    Can anyone confirm if hands free works on 7?
    Last edited by flash66; 2013-12-31 at 10:20 PM.
    2013-12-31 10:18 PM
  15. buggsy2's Avatar
    It isn't the MS update that is causing longer boot times. I'm guesing you have activator installed? It is the latest version (todays) of activator that is causing longer boot times. My i5 boot time seemed normal when I uninstalled it.
    Yes, installed. I'll just leave it, I don't reboot often and by leaving it installed I'll get its update automatically.
    2013-12-31 10:48 PM
  16. NewD's Avatar
    Yes, installed. I'll just leave it, I don't reboot often and by leaving it installed I'll get its update automatically.
    Don't even need to install your favorite tweaks to not miss the Update.. When you've searched for your tweak in Cydia and find it - click on Change Package Settings.. And then turn on the switch for Show All Changes. Then each time after that you go into Cydia you'll see any updates to your tweaks even if they're not installed yet.

    Many thanks to King_O_Hill for that little gem.
    2013-12-31 11:00 PM
  17. RkoViper81's Avatar
    I was wondering if anyone knew of any teaks that work for the iP5 & iOS 7 that will get rid of that big ugly clock on the LS?

    TIA
    2013-12-31 11:03 PM
  18. King_O_Hill's Avatar
    Nice tip bro!

    Check out WW3 for iOS 9/10 - Widget-Weather 3.0
    2013-12-31 11:04 PM
  19. NewD's Avatar
    Nice tip bro!
    Lol!! Had you seen my "immediately edited post"?
    2013-12-31 11:06 PM
  20. Sage I's Avatar
    It isn't the MS update that is causing longer boot times. I'm guesing you have activator installed? It is the latest version (todays) of activator that is causing longer boot times. My i5 boot time seemed normal when I uninstalled it.
    Installed activator today and no difference in reboot time... Still rebooting hella fast for I on my 5s...
    2013-12-31 11:07 PM
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