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Thread: Block Safari after Jailbreaking, or Removing the IPA

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    Default Block Safari after Jailbreaking, or Removing the IPA
    I'm new to these forums, so I apologize if I've posted in the wrong place, my question is this. After jailbreaking, is there any way to maintain the parental blocks that are native to the iPhone? specifically the ability to block Safari. In the past, I jailbroke my ipod touch, but was then able to access safari. I've heard that there's a third party app that allows you to block any application with a 4 digit code, if this is possible, please let me know. I want to jailbreak my iPod, but I don't want to have Safari. Thanks!

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    you can hide it by using poof in sbsettings
    you can lock it using app locket, locktopus and probably others

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    Default Password Protected?
    Quote Originally Posted by DinoDrew View Post
    you can hide it by using poof in sbsettings
    you can lock it using app locket, locktopus and probably others
    Are any of these password protected like the native lock app? Thanks for the reply!

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