- put the phone in airplane/no internet mode (to avoid online check)
- install .deb with ifile or ssh
- connect the device to your computer and get the UUID from itunes
- create a key with the keygen
- save a .plist that will include your key
- transfer the com.phoenix.resupported4.plist to
Did you know your iPhone/iPod Touch can play videos on your TV? Did you know Apple wants you to pay $50 to get a cable that lets you do such?
Did you know you don't need to?
There are plenty of accessories on the market that allow you to play video out with iPods, but when plugged into the iPhone, display "This accessory is unsupported by iPhone", and refuse to play video out. Or at least used to. Resupported4 is a safe and cheap alternative to paying the Apple tax. It enables video out through many unsupported AV cables and devices, and it does not modify system files!
Plus, Resupported4 adds video playback support to many third-party applications, such as Hulu+, IMDB, VEVO, and more !
- Cable detection only works if audio is normally able to go out your dock cable.
- Resupported4 will not (by itself) mirror your applications on a TV. You will need DisplayOut to show your device's screen on a TV.
- Accessory warning messages may disappear.
- Resupported4 will NOT enable charging with cords that do not already charge your device. That is a hardware, not a software limitation.
Resupported is a paying application from the repo BigBoss available in Cydia.
This application will permit you to play videos on your TV with your iPhone without any error message like « This accessory is unsupported by iPhone ».
- It permits so that iPhone and iPod Touch are compatible with a large majority of TV OUT cable.
- Play, standby, ... via your headphones