How To Install Default iPhone Apps On The iPad With Belfry [Jailbreak Tweak]

Here’s that Cydia tweak that lets you install all your default iPhone apps on your iPad tablet with an ease. Belfry jailbreak tweak from Ryan Petrich is now available from the Cydia app store, which will allow you to do the work in an easy way.

How you can install? and what apps can be installed on your iPad from iPhone? Here’s the list of apps which can be installed on your iPad includes: Clock, Calculator, Compass, Voice Memos, Stocks and Weather apps to your device.

Belfry brings a large amount of time searching and seeking clues which point them in the direction of their missing Stocks, Weather, Calculator, Voice Memo, Compass and Clock application to the iPad.

Additional files from the Internet will be downloaded during the installation phase, which may takes several minutes. You may want to connect your device to a power supply so it does not shut off during the installation. You will be required to reboot to complete the task. Be patient.

Adds 6 icons to the home screen. Apps will have graphical oddities and some broken appearance. That is the expected result until it can be improved upon.

These are those applications that you want to see on your iPad, now head over to Cydia and download Belfry for free via BigBoss Repository. Bring all the default iPhone’s Stock Weather, Compass, Calculator, Clock, Stocks, And Voice Memos Apps To iPad right now!

Note: It is recommended that you also install the RetinaPad Cydia tweak to increase the resolution of certain apps like the Calculator.app, Stock Weather.app. Additionally, please keep in mind that certain applications will have graphical distortions/oddities

Before readying yourself, you need to jailbreak your iPhone to install this tweak. For jailbreaking iPhone 4S and iPad 2, just follow our complete guide posted here to jailbreak iOS 5.0.1 using Absinthe Windows or Mac. For A4 devices you can follow our complete step by step guide posted here to jailbreak iOS 5.0.1 untethered on iPhone 4, 3GS, iPad 1, and iPod touch 3G/4G using Redsn0w or Sn0wbreeze.