iFacePad: Easy Way To Enable FaceTime On iPad [video]

A few days, we showed you how to manually enable FaceTime on the iPad, and today we’re going to show you how to use an app to automate the whole process.

A few days ago, we showed you how to manually enable FaceTime on the iPad, and today we’re going to show you how to use an app to automate the whole process. Props to Intell for this nifty little app.

NOTE:  Mac only

1. Download iFacePad

2. Download iOS 4.2.1 for iPod Touch 4

3. Download PhoneDisk

4. Jailbreak your iPad ( in case you didn’t already )

4. Load Cydia and install OpenSSH and AFC2 ( greenpois0n adds AFC2 by default – greenpois0n tutorial )

5. Run PhoneDisk make sure to enable root and connect to root

6. Run iFacePad.app

7. Reboot iPad

8. 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.