Your secret hiding methods may not be so secret

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  1. veeloc

    veeloc New Member

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    So you think that you have some videos you don't want others to see.
    so you poof the video app.. and you have lockdown, so you put a lock on it.

    well there are a bunch of diff ways that your passcode and poof can be surpassed.

    first off with the magical app: Quickgold. with quickgold just type in the name and bam, your in no passcode required.

    if they dont have quickgold, maybe they have stack installed. just drag the icon over to the stack and launch it from there.

    and third, just uninstall lockdown, and all the passcodes will be removed.

    fourth if they have sb settings, just put the app in the sbsettings dock and launch it from there.

    yup. u cant hide.
  2. thechungster

    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    Another way is, if you have the iPod app, instead of music+videos, and you added a password to it, people can just double click it and access the app via that way.
  3. veeloc

    veeloc New Member

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    theres that too. also if the videos are in dtunes (my FAVORITE app ever.) u can SSH into the place dtunes saves videos and find em there. (but that requires a comp.) the ultimate way of putting vids in tht people can't unless they know exactly where they are is (someone posted this in another thread) is to use mobilefinder and then launch them in avplayer or something)
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    iLucky7 New Member

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    The average joe wouldbt know how to do this stuff anyway...so yea u can hide it.
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    I Think .

    I think Hidepod is the best for hiding apps , photos videos and ect.
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    hakk79 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I agree with this. When I used hidepod no one ever found my "content"

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  7. fckinfamous

    fckinfamous Well-Known Member

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    tsk tsk tsk.lmfaoo;
    apple should come out with a app that hides/organizes other apps.
  8. mikec1985

    mikec1985 Active Member

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    If you have an app locked with lockdown when you create a category using categories and put the app in there it no longer has a lock on it.
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    BaseballMVP755 Banned

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    u can poof it out, then put a lock, go into the cydia directory and delete the source for quickgold, but who would do that lol
  10. fyvel

    fyvel Active Member

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    or you could just use safari and some certain websites?? problem solved... besides when will you NEED those videos??

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