Push Doctor : Free Push Fix for hacktivated iPhone’s
Anethema and CmdShft has rolled out the Push Doctor that officially fixes the push notification issue on hacktivated iPhone by providing each iPhone device with an unique certificate. Unlike PushFix [$ 5.99], Push Doctor is totally free of charge and available for download on NERV repo. If you remember your truly iHackintosh web app is also available on same repo [Check Here]
Following are the instructions on how to fix push notifications on your jailbroken iPhone.
Step One : Press to launch Cydia from your SpringBoard.
Step Two : Press to select the Manage tab at the bottom of the screen.
Step Three : Press the large Sources button.
Step Four : Press the Edit button at the top right of the screen.
Step Five : Press the Add button at the top left of the screen.
Step Six : Enter “ http://www.cmdshft.ipwn.me/apt/ ” as the new source address and tap the Add Source button.
Step Seven : Once the source has been successfully added press the large Return to Cydia button.
Step Eight : Press the Done button to exit Edit mode.
Step Nine : Press to select the newly added NERV repository.
Step Ten : Press to choose Push Doctor from the list of Packages
Step Eleven : Press the Install button at the top right of the screen.
Step Twelve : Then press the Confirm button to beginning installation
Note : Once rebooted verify that YouTube works. If not try reinstalling the patch. You may also need to remove then reinstall all your applications which use Push Notifications before they will work.
Update via CmdShft : If you’re having an issue with installing Push Doctor and you cannot get push working, it’s because the server it’s getting your unique cert from is actually out of certs. The demand is very high apparently, and @anethema is now generating 1 unique cert per minute to put on the server. Try every few hours, eventually it will work. Any errors just means the same that it cannot find a unique cert. Just "reinstall" the package later or the next day.
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