Enable HD and SuperHD Video Recording in iPhone 3GS
Tips for Enabling HD and SuperHD Video Recording in iPhone 3GS
iPhone 3GS, although one year older than iPhone 4, incorporates an “ARM Cortex Processor” that has the capability to record high definition videos with 1080 x 800 Pixels. The iPhone’s iOS software that powers the iPhone 3GS turns off the capability to record High Definition videos, even though the hardware supports recording of HD videos.
Hackers have been able to enable the HD and super HD video recording on your iPhone 3GS that is capable to capture pictures at much better quality. By default, the iPhone 3GS records videos at 3 Mbps bit rate with the resolution of 640 x 480 pixels, which can be increased with the help of hack that will provides you with videos @ 30 frames per second with the resolution of 1080 x 800 pixels. On the other hand, in order to increase the resolution of video capturing, you must have jailbreak iPhone.
Steps for hacking iPhone 3GS for Enabling HD and SuperHD Video Recording:
Download .plist files from Here
Now Run > Cydia > search OpenSSH
Now on your iPhone 3GS install OpenSSH
Connect iPhone > Computer after making sure that iTunes is closed.
Run > SSH utility, for Windows runs as WinScp and for for Mac OS run as Cyberduck to SSH telnet within iPhone 3GS using the following settings for connection:
iPhone 3GS’s IP address: from Setting then Wi-Fi then Network Frame
Protocol: For WinSCP as “SCP” and for Cyberduck as “SFTP”
Now Unpack > Extract > HDVideo3GS-rev4.zip
Now if you would like to enable SuperHD and HD video recording you can do so by looking at the images displaying distinction between numerous video modes
Now copy these AVCapture.plist, MediaValidator.plist and ameraRollValidator.plist files within corresponding folder “/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Celestial.framework/N88/”
Note: you should take back-up of the original .plist files before overwriting them.
Reboot your mobile