Native hdr

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  1. tinyman392

    tinyman392 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    OK... Now that the jailbreak is released, is there anyway to get the native HDR for the iPod Touch 4G? I'm not talking about a third party app, I'm talking about what comes with the iPhone 4...

    I am 99% sure it is a plist edit... I just would like to know what plist and it's location.
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    C0C0 Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking for the same thing... I'll have a look in the plists...
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    great idea, I want this too. I'll be searching the filesystem for it lol
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    I found this page. I suppose the principal is the same for the iPod, just edit N81AP.plist instead.
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    Your device must be jailbroken with OpenSSH installed to do this procedure

    Make sure you have installed OpenSSH through Cydia. When it’s installed, SSH into your device (I recommend you also use the “passwd” command to change your password from the default “alpine”)
    If you have an iPhone 3G, grab the file located at /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/N82AP.plist
    If you have an iPhone 3GS, grab the file located at /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/N88AP.plist
    Add a key named “hdr-image-capture” with a boolean value of “true” to the “capabilities” section of this property list
    Save it, and use SSH to replace the copy on the device with your modified version
    Restart SpringBoard, or just reboot your device. You should now have access to the HDR setting in
    the camera application.

    I am told it works similarly with the fourth gens N81ap.plist
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    tinyman392 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Cydia app is dead... As it turns out, it didn't do anything at all...

    And the link is what I was looking for, but which file would it be for the iPod Touch? It has both of them... N82 and N88
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    mooshoepork New Member

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    With regards to the above Cydia link:

    "and now the package this story is about has been removed from cydia….

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    haven't checked for myself though

    edit: beaten!
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    C0C0 Well-Known Member

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    I got the HDR button in the camera app, but I don't know if it really works...
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    tinyman392 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Then it does... What did you do?
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    C0C0 Well-Known Member

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    Use the link above, but with the N81AP.plist.
    But I can't see a difference with HDR on...

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