How to re-enable iBooks on a jailbroken iDevice using Comex’ Honeypot

News has been spreading lately that Apple has disabled iBooks on jailbroken iDevices. In actuality, this has been a feature that they implemented a long time ago but for some reason people are just noticing it now. Apple has coded into iBooks a script that tries to run unsigned code on your device. If the code runs, it recognizes that your device is jailbroken and displays the error message below and prevents you from using the app:

Luckily has already created a fix for this issue called Honeypot which re-enables the iBooks application on jailbroken iDevices. Click here to download Honeypot.deb and then after you have downloaded the file, please follow our on how to manually install .deb files via OpenSSH and terminal.

One Response to How to re-enable iBooks on a jailbroken iDevice using Comex’ Honeypot

  1. […] you can now restore your device and run the jailbreak again. Download greenpois0n RC6.1 with iBooks fix and follow the Greenpois0n RC6 tutorial or the Greenpois0n AppleTV […]

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