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PushFix 2.0 App Now Available To Fix Push Notifications on Hacktivated iPhone

Push Notifications usually don't work good on hactivated iPhones (2G,3G,3GS). Many fixes have been shared before regarding this, most recent fix was "PushFix" via iPhoneil available in Cydia, but it wasn't a proper solution and it stopped working after a while as it used a single certificate for many users causing wrong push notifications and battery drainage issues. Now Ver.2 of PushFix is available, and it actually works very well, basically the error/issue which has been rectified in new release is that you get a unique certificate for your hactivated iPhone against your mobile EMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity), each unique certificate costs US $5.99.

Please follow following steps to enable Push Notifications on your hactivated / jailbroken iPhone (2G,3G,3GS) running on firmware 3.1.2. Please keep in mind that you need a fully Jailbroked and Unlocked iPhones to use this application. If you already have an unlocked iPhone, please proceed with below instructions to install PushFix 2.0 App.

NOTE: If you already have previous Cydia PushFix, it's recommended to restore firmware 3.1.2 on your iPhone and start from beginning.

Step-1: You'll need to purchase the certificate first by providing your EMEI, and US $5.99 off course :)

Step-2: Once you are done with purchasing, simply install "PushFix 2.0" via as shown in snapshot below, if you install the application without purchasing the certificate, installation will fail as it checks your IMEI on server before installing the package.

Pushfix 2.0 App

That's all, you can now download any Push Capable App via App Store like IM+, Beejive IM, Ping or Boxcar. Push notifications should work fine on all apps.

UPDATE: Push Doctor App is available now to enable / fix Push Notifications on Hacktivated iPhone 3.1.3 for FREE!

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    Robert10 years, 11 months ago

    Couldn’t I just reinstall push fix continually as needed, meaning, would it refresh my certificate at each install?

    Rajshekar Reddy11 years, 9 months ago

    Is it safe to Reboot jailbrake, unlocked by “blackra1n” iPhone 3gs…reply me

      sayonta11 years, 9 months ago

      is safe