iFacePad Simplifies FaceTime Installation On iPad
Installing FaceTime on iPad running iOS 4.2.1 was a tedious process that involved a lot of steps and was not very efficient for amateur users. The steps were very complicated and received a lot of criticism from users for the difficulty involved. If you were one of those users that had trouble installing FaceTime because of similar issues, there is now an easier workaround using iFacePad.
iFacePad is a simple application that helps you enable FaceTime on a jailbroken iPad. What’s more most of the procedures involved in the installation are automated on iFacePad.
To use iFacePad to enable FaceTime on your Mac OS X, complete the following steps:
2. Download iOS 4.2.1.
3. Download PhoneDisk.
4. Ensure that your iPad is Jailbreak using GreenpoisOn.
5. Load Cydia.
6. Install OpenSSH and AFC2.
Note: GreenpoisOn adds AFC2 by default.
7. Run PhoneDisk.
Note: Ensure that you enable root and connect to root.
8. Run the iFacePad.app.
9. Reboot the Mac appliance.
Note: If you have any issues, ensure and check that the permissions are set appropriately on the mobilePhone.app and in /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/IMcore.framework/IMAgent.app is set 755.
[via – IThinkDifferent]