Then, with the release of 0.7.3, Mojang completely changed the internal machine code formatting within MCPE on iOS and removed critical information from the app's executable file necessary for modders to locate what we need to mod. This changed modding from something that was fun and moderately challenging to something that is nearly impossible and no fun at all. Now, making mods involves a TON of work with practically no reward. It simply isn't worth the time it takes to create mods now.
When you combine these changes with the recent changes in my life (college, other, more interesting projects to work on such as playing around with a potential jailbreak, having companies like Google, Microsoft, and others practically begging me to do an internship for them over the summer, etc.), there is absolutely no reason why I would even want to make any more MCPE mods at the current difficulty level. In all honesty, I never played MCPE for fun. The only reason I even had the app on my devices was to make mods for it. That's where I found entertainment from MCPE. Since 0.7.3 was released, I haven't once even so much as launched the app. Modding MCPE was mostly an educational venture for me. By creating MCPE mods, I solidified my knowledge in many different areas, such as reverse engineering in IDA, GDB, ARM assembly, iOS memory protections, runtime patching and code injection, hooking, symbol stripping, address randomization, C++ reversing, C++ vtables, dynamic libraries, C programming, preprocessor macros, and even concurrency.
Overall, I do not regret for a second making MCPE mods. It was a lot of fun while it lasted, and I thoroughly enjoyed the challenge. Also, this added experience with reversing and more has been invaluable for me, and it has already presented me with amazing opportunities in life since I started college. So, unless by some miracle Mojang decides to listen to my recommendations to make modding easier and more accessible and I for some reason decide to give MCPE modding another go, goodbye, MCPE community. It has been a good ride!
This topic will hold a collection of mods that I have created.
They are for iOS only as I don't have an Android device.
You MUST be jailbroken to install these mods. DO NOT ask me to make them not require a jailbreak, as it is 100% IMPOSSIBLE to install *these* mods on an unjailbroken device. Seriously.
Method A (PREFERRED)
1. Go to Cydia->Sources->Edit->Add and type in "http://siris.myrepospace.com/" (without quotes).
2. After that repo is added, you should see all of my mods there (and other packages). Just install the ones you want via Cydia.
Method B (MANUAL)
And that's it! The mod will remain active even if you update MCPE. Note that this WILL work right when you download MCPE from the App Store.
There is no need to decrypt (aka crack) the app first.
1. Open Cydia.
2. Go to installed packages.
3. Find the mod in the list and uninstall it there.
If you enjoy these mods, please consider donating to me by clicking the link below. I am going to be a college student in a few months and therefore will need all the money I can get. Donations would truly motivate me to make more amazing mods. Also, I treat donators well... Thanks!
- Trcx528 - $30.00
Groudon383 - $20.45
INSTAKILLA355 - $10.00
jensenrli - $1.00
With that said, let's get on to the mods!
RED = broken
GREEN = working
BLUE = in development
Orange = future projects
Version Independent (will work on every version so far)
Version Dependent (must be updated for each new version)
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