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R.I.P iPusher & iOS 3.1.3 Notifications

The iPusher app is broken, I confirmed it by downloading it on my 6S Plus, I get the same error message.

However, it is my understanding that Apple does not support PUSH notifications for iphone 2G anymore.  It sucks because I paid $1 for push fixer and it did nothing.

Basically, I think apple does not allow us to access 'Apple Push Notification Service (APNs)' probably due to SSL vulnerabilities.

Hello everyone,
I saw this article and immediately thought about whited00r.

Apparently it is possible to download any version of an app directly from iTunes using this method, which would eliminate the need to crack and store ipas on the server. It seems very complicated but with some work, the process could probably be streamlined.


Thanks, I was able to use this method to download 2 apps that are not in 'App Time Machine'. 

I want to upload them to 'App Time Machine', however I have no idea what their 'By clicking, you confirm that the apps you are submitting is clear by any anchor from an AppleID ' disclaimer means nor how to follow it. 
Whenever I use the 'Crack --' command in terminal 'There are no encrypted applications on this device.' is returned. 

How can I ensure my app is 'clear by any anchor from an AppleID' before uploading it?  Does your method tie the app to my apple id if it is paid?

We've been busy with other things for newer devices with the Grayd00r project.

Once that is done and stable, we backport what we can to whited00r, which leaves it open to others to better modify the system as time goes on so no one is relying 100% on us for updates and users can make their own mods, not just for higher-iOS looks either. (although users will be able to do that as well, much easier than they can with whited00r).

That's taken from
Grayd00r Custom Firmware for iOS 5 - iPod touch 3G and iPad 1G

Glad you have a new device though!  I do too and have for the whole time I've been involved with whited00r ;)  I just like to keep things going for users. There are lots of people still who use first and second generation iOS devices, and I'd like to still provide an option for them for customizing it better :)

I am impressed with the fast and informative response!  I remembered WhiteD00R from years ago ( back when I wasnt quite ready to let go of my iPhone 3G ) and this project kept me going until I could upgrade.

Now I need a small phone to take to the gym.  I dont want to hunk around my expensive 6S Plus.  So I busted out the old iPhone installed WhiteD00R and am ready to hit the gym. 

Thanks for your continued evolvement and support!

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