iAd Killer: Block or Delete iAd Advertising in iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad

by Chris on July 10, 2010

Apple iAd is revolutionary mobile advertising platform for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad which allows third-party developers to directly embed advertisements into their applications. But do end user likes iAd appearing on their iDevices? Definitely “No”!

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iAd Advertisements appearing in iPhone apps are indeed very annoying. Disabling or removing the iAd in iPhone or iPod Touch apps is very easy. Yllier the developer of Firewall IP has created a tweak that removes the Apple iAd advertisement from the Jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Just follow the instructions below to disable iAds from applications.

How to Remove or Block iAd advertisements from iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Apps

Requirements:

Deb installation:

Step 1: Connect your iPhone on your Mac or PC.

Step 2: Place the .deb file in /tmp folder.

Step 3: Now open Mobile Terminal (you download it from Cydia) and insert these commands:

  • su root and press enter
  • Write your password [default pass is: alpine] and press enter
  • dpkg -i /tmp/iAdsKiller.deb
  • Exit from Mobile Terminal restart your springboard and reboot it.

Voila! No more annoying iAd appears on your jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

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  • Anonymous

    This was stolen from another site.

  • Mr Damien

    “But do end user likes iAd appearing on their iDevices? Definitely “No”!”
    Yeah, it’s definitively better to steal developers so they can’t be paid.

    The funny part of your news is that your site is full of ads.
    We should also disable those ones so you don’t get paid.

    • Koskesh

      Eat a giant black cock and die you F’ing moron

    • http://twitter.com/jw_mahoney81 Jacob Mahoney

      i use ABP with firefox on my pc to block ad’s its not like i click on them anyways, they just take time to load and slow down my browser.

  • Fatroofus

    Okay i have what i think needs to be done until “Step 2: Place the .deb file in /tmp folder.”

    What is the “/tmp folder”? I am using a mac, I assume that means temporary. But if i am doing all of this on my computer, what is the point if it does not link that info to my phone in any way?

    • Freerider

      If you don’t understand step 2, maybe you shouldn’t be trying to do this…

      Aren’t you supposed to connect the iphone to your mac and browse the device for the folder?…

    • Ipois0ner

      actually, its the /tmp folder on your device. you can access it via ssh.

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