I had an old Atari400 sitting arround and thought I could put it to good use as an iPad Dock.  It just required a little bit of a mod.  Here are some pictures of my new Atari400 iPad dock.  It uses the Apple Blue Tooth Keyboard and it fits in quite nicely.   

 


 

My Son quickly took to the new dock - it made it easy for him to watch Pinky Dinky Doo on the iPad and to control the volume with the keyboard.   


 

Here is a picture of the modified Atari400 with the top closed.  And the Apple BT keyboard snuggly in place.  

 

 

Here is a pic with the top open - I attached the cut outs to the lid -  The cut outs are 5/8th of an inch wide to support both the iPad1 and iPad2 with covers in place.  The lid when it is open supplies a nice support to lean the iPad against.  It makes a great iPad stand. 


  

 

Here is close up with the lid closed to show the slots are covered when the lid is closed.

 

 

With the Keyboard firmly in place - you can still get to the power button.  So you can turn the keyboard on and off without having to remove it.  

 

 

This mod supports the iPad both in Horizontal and Vertical orientations.

 


 

The opening for the keyboard is pretty much exactly the same width as Apple BT keyboard.  Which means it fits in place with no additional attachments.  You can just lift it out when you need to use it somewhere else.  The only real mod needed was a cut out in the upper right and a slight dremmeling to smooth everything out.  



 

Here is what the top case looks like with all the cut outs.  Remeber to be carefull with the top slot cut outs if you want to save them to attach to the lid. I left 1/4 of an inch space from the front of the top ledge and then cut them at 5/8th of inch wide and down 3/8ths of an inch on the side.  For the iPad 2 with a case a 1/2 inch wide would be fine.  

 


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Siri0us: Jailbreak Tweak Brings Siri Dictation To iPhone 4

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iPad dominates post-Christmas online shopping

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NOTE on Updates - I  moved all the Updates to the bottom - as they were causing more confusion with them at the top. So if you are having issues with your jailbreak go to the bottom and see the updates.  Those that are new - ignore the updates for now. 

 


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An un-tethered jailbreak is now available for iOS 5.0.1.   However it is not working for all iOS devices.  It is only good for iPhone 3GS, 4 (GSM) and 4 (CDMA),  iPad 1,  iPod Touch 3G & 4G.  

Note - This jailbreak will NOT work for the iPhone 4S or the iPad 2.  

If you have a tethered jailbreak already for iOS 5.0.1 - See this link

 

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FOR UNLOCKERS ONLY -  According to the Dev-Team - "The SHSH window is still open for 5.0.1  If you unlock via ultrasn0w or gevey, make sure you only get to 5.0.1 via a custom IPSW!   Once you’re at 5.0.1, use the latest redsn0w 0.9.10 to both jailbreak and untether."

Here are links to a tutorials that should help in jail breaking with out updating the baseband.

How to jailbreak Your iPhone without updating the baseband (Windows)

How to jailbreak Your iPhone without updating the baseband (Mac)

But really if you are unlocked already - you want to be really really careful before doing anything.  Maybe waiting a week or so would be best (just sayin).

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There are some very good articles on how to jailbreak but many miss a couple of steps that new jailbreakers need to know especially when it comes to using Cydia - the resource for finding and installing jailbroken apps.  This tutorial tries to help those first time jailbreakers by covering both the jailbreak process step by step and also how to use Cydia to install an app.  

Do not try to jailbreak if you don't like when things go to (expletive). If you need your device for your business and being without it for any period of time will cause you to loose your job - stop now.  If you get mad at your significant other at how they fold towels or put the toilet paper on a roll - Jailbreaking is probably not for your personality.  Sometimes things break and your device will likely crash more often then if it was not jailbroken.  Apple "claims" jailbreak voids your warranty if that is an issue stop now.  Note Squaretrade's warranties still cover jailbreaking.    

Step 0 - Before you start make sure you update your iOS device to iOS 5.0.1 if you have not done so already.  If you do not know how to update your iOS device jailbreaking may not be for you.  

If you are already updated to iOS 5.0.1 make sure you do a sync and backup of your iOS device.  If you have any photos or video you shot - transfer those now to your computer from your camera roll.

Step 1 - Close out iTunes on your computer, force quit all open apps on your iOS device and then turn off your iOS Device (make sure your iOS device is connected to your computer via the USB cable before turning it off) 

(To force quit the open apps - From the home screen on your iOS device - double tap the home button - a tray will appear on the bottom of the device with your apps that are open - tap and hold one of the apps.  All the apps in the tray will wiggle and you will see a red circle in the upper left with a "-" in it.  Tap on all of the red circles until all of your apps are closed.)

Step 2 - Download Redsn0w from the links below and unzip the file. 

redsn0w 0.9.10b1 for OS X

redsn0w 0.9.10b2 for OS X

 

redsn0w 0.9.10b3 for OS X

redsn0w 0.9.10b4 for OS X

 

redsn0w 0.9.10b1 for Windows 

redsn0w 0.9.10b2 for Windows

 

redsn0w 0.9.10b3 for Windows  

redsn0w 0.9.10b3 for Windows, no version check (if above version doesn't work) 

  

redsn0w 0.9.10b3 for Windows  (be sure to be in Administrator mode)

 

Step 3 -  I recommend closing out all of your open programs and restarting your computer before proceeding.   If you have iTunes set to launch when you connect your iOS device - you will need to quit out of iTunes again.

 

Step 4 - Launch redsn0w 0.9.10b1 and select "Jailbreak" 

Step 5 - Once you confirm your iOS device is connected to your computer and it is off (and iTunes is shut down) click "Next"   

Step 6 - You need to follow the online instructions on getting your iOS device into DFU mode.   As soon as you click Next - you will need to hold down the power button for 3 seconds

Then you will need to continue to hold the power button while you hold down the home button for 10 seconds

Then you will release just the power button while continuing to hold down the home button for 15 seconds.

If you / when you mess this step up by releasing the wrong button(s) you can click the back button and try again. 

Step 7 - If you correctly entered your iOS device in DFU mode you will then see a few different messages come up in redsn0w. 

Step 8 - You will then be taken to a screen on the Redsn0w app that asks you to "select your options" - Instal Cydia will already be selected.  For most users that is all you want selected - However if you want to try out multitask Gestures - now is when you want to select those.  Once you have selected your options click "Next"

Step 9 - You will then be taken to the screen below which gives the message that the remainder of the install will take place on your iOS device.  This is all done by the computer - do NOT disconnect in this step.  

You will see the installation completing on your device.  If it looks like it is froze up - breathe deep and have a little patience - it can take 5 to 10 minutes to complete.  When it is done it will take you to your lock screen.  If you miss that - your screen will be black - tap on the home button.  And then unlock.  

Step 10 - You can then check your iOS device to find the Cydia App - which should be brown with a white circle and logo in the circle.  If the Cydia app appears all white - this is not unusual.  You likely will not be able to launch the cydia app if it is white.  Simply power down (off) your iOS device and then start it back up (turn on).  When it reboots - the Cydia app should now be brown. 

Step 11 - Launch the Cydia App.  The first time you launch it you will be asked "Who Are you?"  with the options of "User", "Hacker", "Developer" -  if you are reading this - select "User" and then tap "Done"

Step 12 - Once it is done it will open up and you should see a screen that looks like that below.  Note some times after the first launch it takes you back to your home screen - just go back and open Cydia app again.  

  

One App almost everyone will want and that works on the iPhone's, iPod Touch's and the iPad is the app SBSettings.  This moves important settings / controls to the notification dock where they are always quickly available.  
To install this app Tap on "Search" in the bottom row of Cydia and then in the search box type "SBSettings"
 

 

Next Tap on "SBSettings" the top one - not the one any of the others.  

Read the warning.  Then Tap on "Install" in the upper Right corner
 

Then Tap on "Confirm" in the upper Right corner

 

Then Tap on "Restart Springboard"

Then in the Settings App under Notifications - Go to SBSettings and turn it to "On".

Next launch the SBSettings app - and look at all the options. 

Thats it you are now jailbroken and have your first real jailbroken app running on your device.
Please understand sometimes installs of apps are interrupted - in which case you need to try and re-install.  Things are not as stable when you jailbreak - expect some additional crashes and conflicts between apps. Which is why if you install an app you no longer plan to use - it is best to delete said app - the more jailbroken apps you have installed - the higher the probability you will have a conflict.  
 

 
Note: If you have an iPad - do not - repeat - do not - install Five icon dock - it will really mess up your iPad and you will need to restore it.  However that app works great on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
 
 
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FIX FOR iBOOKS ISSUE: (NOT NEEDED IF YOU RAN the B4 version above)

This jailbreak breaks the use of iBooks - but there is a fix for this issue.  
After you jailbreak and with Cydia open:
1.  Go to   Manage --> Sources -->  Edit -->  Add
2.  Add the following source -   http://repo.insanelyi.com  - Then tap "Add source"
3. After the source is finished adding - search for "iBooksFix2"  
4. Tap on it - and then tap on "Install" and then "Confim" and then confirm again if you get a warning about the source having been reported to have questionable apps.
5. After it installs - and you are back at your home screen - reboot your iPhone.
6. Open iBooks - it should work now. 
 
 
 
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Update1: 12/28/2011 9:28 PM CT.  

There was an issue with the original version of redsn0w 0.9.10b1 -  Links have been updated below for b2 version.  

If you are having issues with the jailbreak using the b1 version - you should rejailbreak running the b2 version - if you had already jailbroke with b1 (working or not) when you do the new run for b2 - deselect the install cydia option.  This is again only for those that installed cydia with b1 version.  If this is your first time jailbreaking iOS 5.0.1 ignore this paragraph and just go below and follow all instructions as is. 

 

Update2: 12/28/2011 10:08 PM CT.  

Removed references to Backgrounder app (which no longer works correctly) and replaced with info on SBSettings App as the example Jailbreak app. 

 

 

Update3: 12/29/2011 11:53 AM CT.

With this jailbreak - it breaks iBooks - so if you use / want to use iBooks - then this is not the jailbreak for you.  Hopefully this will be addressed shortly.  But for now stay away if you want to use iBooks.  

 

Update4: 12/29/2011 4:13 PM CT.  

There was an issue with the b2 version of redsn0w 0.9.10b2 -  Links have been updated below for b3 version.  

If you are having issues with the jailbreak using the b1 or b2 or b3 version - you should rejailbreak running the b3 b4 version - if you had already jailbroke with b1 or b2  or b3 (working or not) when you do the new jailbreak for b3 b4 - deselect the install cydia option.  This is again only for those that installed cydia with b1 or b2 or b3 version.  If this is your first time jailbreaking iOS 5.0.1 ignore this paragraph and just go below and follow all instructions as is. 

 

Update5: 12/29/2011 5:03 PM CT.

There is now a fix for the iBooks issue.  See above this section for instructions on how to fix it. 

 
 
 
 

Update6: 1/16/2012 8:21 AM CT.

"The b4 version of redsn0w incorporates the 5.0.1 fix for iBooks, and also for sporadic problems with launchctl.  Thanks to @xvolks for merging the iBooks (sandbox) fix from @comex’s github into the overall corona untether from @pod2g!  As usual, If you already installed one of the previous Redsn0w versions of the Jailbreak for iOS 5.0.1 you can choose to install the fix either by re-running redsn0w over your existing jailbreak (de-select Cydia if you do that), or by installing the corona package from Cydia (it’s the same set of files no matter which way you choose)."

 

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TinyUmbrella and iTunes 1013 error strike again

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Apple Could Sell 200 Million iPhones in 2012

NFL to stream the Super Bowl to iOS devices

T-Mobile rolls iPhone-friendly 3G

Twenty-one overlooked iOS accessories

Users on iOS 3.1.3 Report Download Problems

Apple fixes download bug for OS 3.1.3 users

Truck carrying pricey tablet computers stolen

Massive theft ends lousy year for RIM

Steve Jobs: The Complete Story In Sixty Minutes

pod2g's iOS blog: iPhone 4 iOS 5.0.1 untethered jb demo

iPhone 4 Siri port made legally possible

iPhone 4 owners can legally get Siri

Amazon Kindle Fire vs. iPad 2 – Marco.org

Make the iPhone’s Apple logo glow with $40 in 5 minutes

Luminescent Logo Mod Kit for iPhone 4/4S - K.O Gadget Store

App of the week: Tii | iOS and App Reviews

Downgrade 5.0.1 to iOS 5 Custom Firmware

 

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6 Mobile Malware Trends For 2012

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Nokia Exec: iPhone, Android Handsets No Longer Appeal To Youth

Picky iPhone Mugger Near Columbia Doesn't Want Your BlackBerry

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TouchFire - Kickstarter Project.

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How to sell your old iPhone online

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iPhone Battery Case Recalled 

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TellMe vs Siri - YouTube

Microsoft To Bring Office To iPad In 2012

Dev Team Working On Very Promising iPhone 4S Unlock

Unlock iPhone 4S Using Ultrasn0w In The Works

Steve Jobs Was Right, Android Logs Everything

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Researcher Trevor Eckhart Outs Creepy, Hidden App On Smartphones

Carrier IQ: The Rootkit Keylogger on Most US Smartphones

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LTE iPad Coming to Japan Next Summer 

 

 

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Half of the work in developing an App is promoting said App.  And where I can I like to help out Devs.  One way is saying what to do, but what is more fun is saying what not to do - by showing an example. 

 

The following is an email I received today. 

 

Hello,

My name is Oliver and I have developed an app that I think will interest you and your users/followers/viewers. I am sure you receive a lot of mail but my app is truly unique. With your device camera you are able to manipulate the graphics and even place yourself in the midst of all the action. Likewise with the sound, samples can be recorded and edited into the game. Redacted is intensely customizable game with limitless possibilities.

If you can find the time then I would be very interested to hear what your thoughts are on the game and it?s core design mechanics. Below is a link for your convenience:

Redacted

P.S. Big fan of your site/channel/blog

Best Regards,
Oliver 

 

Oh so many issues with this one.  Let me comment on this in Blue.

 

Hello,

 

Don't start an email with just hello - find out the persons name. No first name is a big red flag I am being spammed.  

 

 

My name is Oliver and I have developed an app that I think will interest you and your users/followers/viewers.

 

My users/followers/viewers ???  Take some time to figure out what type of producer someone is.  For me it is obviously listeners.  Not "users", Not "followers" and definitely not "viewers".  

 

 

I am sure you receive a lot of mail but my app is truly unique.

 

Yes - Yes I do get a lot of mail - but at this point I am not thinking about his unique app - maybe his uniquely bad email - but not his unique app.


 

 

P.S. Big fan of your site/channel/blog

 

Best Regards,
Oliver 

 
Saying he is a big fan of my site/channel/blog - is so disingenuous.  Above he clearly showed he did not even know the format of my content - and now says he is a big fan.  I call BS.  Don't BS the media channels you reach out to.  And if don't say your a fan - show you are a fan - say something in the email only a fan would know.  

 

Again the amount of time you put into promoting your app should be equal to or greater than that you put into developing the app.  And part of that work is researching the blogger / podcaster / youtuber you are reaching out to.  Content producers are busy creating content - and if you have something interesting and you present it honestly - there is a good chance you will get some coverage.  But doing what Oliver did is a complete waste of everyones time.   Well except in this case it did make good fodder for the show. 

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Mac News: iTunes Store: Apple Strikes Up Match

Hover Tutorial on Domain Transfers 

iPhone 4S chaos in Hong Kong - Fortune Tech

iPhone apps: A DIY skill that's in big demand

Standford iPad and iPhone course - iTunesU

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