Enable The Native Panorama Camera Mode on iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPod Touch Running iOS 5 without Jailbreak

We already wrote about the Firebreak jailbreak tweak, which allows those with jailbroken devices to access a hidden panorama camera feature which doesn’t quite make the final cut of iOS 5.


Here’s the way you can easily enable the native panorama camera mode on your iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPod Touch running on the iOS 5. Firebreak is a cydia tweak developed by chpwn was released earlier today to bring the ability to Activate and Enable iOS 5 Panorama mode on Jailbroken idevices. For Non-jailbroken ones, we are here to show you with a better guide.

Important to note: This process is a bit complicated and you’ll need to backup your device’s data in iTunes since we’ll edit some files in your software.This will work on any Gyroscope capable device, including iPhone 4S and iPad 2.you can now enable the hidden-yet-native panorama option for your camera’s device, using a very simple hack. Get and Follow those steps below:

Step 1 – You need a iBackupBot which will be found here. It’s compatible with both Windows and Mac

Step 2 – Once downloading finished, Install and Launch it.

Step 3 – Locate your com.apple.mobileslideshow.plist file, as depicted below.


Step 4 – Double click the file which will take you to the ending page.

Step 5 – Directly below <key>DiskSpaceWasLow</key> <false/>, add <key>EnableFirebreak</key> <true/> then hit the disk icon to save.

Step 6 – Now restore to your Backup via iTunes.


Step 7 – Now the process is complete. Launch the Camera.app, navigate to Options and click on Panorama to begin shooting pictures in Panoramic Mode from your iPhone 4S, iPad 2 running on iOS 5 without Jailbreaking.