[Review] ResetAllKiller - Disable the 'Reset All' Buttons From Settings
If you didn’t know this already, iOS comes with reset buttons in the Settings application (shown in the screenshot above) for erasing content and putting your iOS device back to its factory configurations. Unfortunately, if you’re a jailbreaker, these buttons are very dangerous to use and will put your device into an unusable state until you restore it and re-jailbreak it all over again.
A new free jailbreak tweak dubbed ResetAllKiller by iOS developer Lunatik will go in an disable the use of those ‘Reset All’ buttons so they can’t be tapped on to invoke their devastating effects on an iOS device. In turn, you will have more peace of mind knowing that your device cannot be accidentally screwed up in the respect of resetting it from the Settings application.
If you are not using a jailbroken iOS device, then the ‘Reset All’ buttons will work just fine with your iOS device and will not put it into an unusable state. This is only a precaution for jailbreakers, so non-jailbroken devices do not have anything to fear about using their ‘Reset All’ buttons from the Settings application.
There are no options to configure for this jailbreak tweak and if you want to re-enable the ‘Reset All’ buttons from your Settings application at any point in time, for whatever reason, then you can simply uninstall this jailbreak tweak from Cydia and they will be enabled once more. This tweak will work with both iOS 4 and iOS 5 and it’s quite a good precaution to have.
If you have absolutely no fears about accidentally using your 'Reset All' buttons, then you probably will not need to install this tweak.