Just thought I'd leave these here: https://twitter.com/smealum/status/726934625344360448 https://github.com/smealum/iosuhax Don't get too excited. This isn't exactly useful for an end user just yet, but I'm sure there are more experienced people out there that can be able to learn and use it. But it'll still be a while before this is any use to many others. So yeah, again, not useful for many people, but it's still nice to see Smea contributing. Anyway, full details about it is on the github link above. I'm just going to go afk now. Credits to newdoria88 for highlighting this wonderful part.