Hacking the iPhone, because the iPhone is Unix at its core.


Yesterday, I was fed up with the inability to use HDR photography on my iPhone 3Gs, so I decided to do some research on how to enable it.  I found a solution that worked, so I packaged it up for Cydia and it’s now online.  To download it, open Cydia and search for HDR 3Gs.  It is free and works through WinterBoard.  My HDR 3G enabler is on the way.



  smagj wrote @

I was so full of hope.
I have an iphone 3GS, IOS 4.2.1 jb.
I installed the tweak, activated it and resprung. Then in the photo app, I saw a new button “HDR active”. clicking on it changes the label to “HDR inactive”. OK!
But… The result photos are the same, HDR active or not. Did I just missed something? I disabled HDR 3GS with winterboard and tested again… And had exactly the same result: no HDR at all.
Someone knowing why?

  nnwoodman wrote @

I am having the exact same problem!! 😦

  appletiser wrote @

doesn’t work, toggle appears at the top of the camera window but it does nothing. the only thing this tweak did was delete my default camera icon from the home screen and rearrange some other springboard icons, moving the phone and ipod off the dock 😐

  Caleb wrote @

appletiser, are you on iOS 4.3? this is known not to work on any of the 4.3s

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