Disable “Reset All Settings” Buttons in iOS to Protect Jailbroken iPhone
If you have a jailbroken iPhone, tapping the Reset All Settings button will crash your iPhone and stop it from booting up properly. Install the following tweak to disable this button.
This new Cydia tweak is called ResetAllKiller. What it does is plain simple – graying out the Reset All Settings and Erase All Content and Settings buttons.
Once installed, the tweak doesn’t have any settings or icon on your home screen, it simply disables the two top most buttons under Settings > General > Reset.
ResetAllKiller is available for free from the BigBoss repo and requires your iPhone to be running on iOS 4.0 or above.
If you have someone close who’s using an iPhone and not so tech-savvy, you may want to consider installing this tweak. “Prevention is better than cure.”
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