Previously, we brought you a step-by-step tutorial on how to enable FaceTime on iPad running iOS 4.2.1. However, the process was quite lengthy and wasn’t meant for amateur users. This lengthy procedure has now been automated by the help of iFacePad, a simple app for enabling FaceTime on a jailbroken iPad. So if you’ve been waiting for an easy workaround, go ahead and you’ll be FaceTiming on your iPad in no time.
Just follow these easy steps to enable FaceTime on your iPad using the new iFacePad app:
NOTE: This is a Mac OS X only guide:
Download iFacePad here.
Download iOS 4.2.1 for iPod Touch 4 here.
Download PhoneDisk here.
Jailbreak your iPad using greenpois0n ( in case you didn’t already )
Load Cydia and install OpenSSH and AFC2 ( greenpois0n adds AFC2 by default – greenpois0n tutorial )
Run PhoneDisk make sure to enable root and connect to root
Thats it, Enjoy!
NOTE: If FaceTime doesn’t work after reboot, make sure permissions are set correct on mobilePhone.app and in /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/IMcore.framework/IMAgent.app is set 755
NOTE: remember that the iPad doesn’t have a camera, so the other person can’t see you.