Good news for jailbreak users. A simple hack lets you run purchased iPad apps on your iPhone 4. It’s as simple as downloading the iTelePad2Pod app and running the program from the Applications folder on your Mac.
Your iOS device must be jailbroken and have OpenSSH installed from Cydia because the tool basically sends the iOS app file via secure FTP protocol to your iPhone or iPod touch. The trick is in changing the app’s underlying metadata to add both devices as designated platforms.
Some apps won’t work due to multitouch and design issues, like refusing to work in landscape. Others may be tough to operate due to a greater number of iPad pixels compared to the Retina Display on your iPhone 4 or iPod touch,some parts of user interface elements may appear outside screen boundaries.
After Dev Team released the iOS 4.3.2 jailbreak, updated Ultrasn0w tool that supports iOS 4.3.2 carrier unlock. The carrier unlock allows you to change to any network you want, using Idea, reliance or Vodafone instead of Airtel in India. Upon downloading and installing the Ultrasn0w 1.2.2 tool from Cydia, you need to reboot your device using the normal “slide to power off” prior to running the unlock.