The most awaited project of Redd00r is almost complete. Brian Cooper, who is one of the developers of the Redd00r, in a publicly released Redd00r video preview depicts as to how the best features of 5.x.x can be made to run well on old generation devices. As such, Redd00r allows you to enable or disable various options, either with the aid of an installation wizard or through your settings panel. However, most of us might ponder as to what the real difference between Redd00r and WhiteD00r is? The following points might help you understand the similarities and difference between Redd00r and WhiteD00r.
Both Redd00r and WhiteD00r are similar to the extent of both catering to, or custom made for old generation devices. As such, all the iOS 5.x features such as MMS, wallpaper downloads, Tap-to-focus camera, new system sounds, video recordings, new semi transparent dock, an iCloud clone using DropBox as its back end, custom home-screen backgrounds, new icons from iOS 5.x, multitasking activities, and many more functions can be executed on your old generation devices, with the help of Redd00r and WhiteD00r.
In other words, both Redd00r and WhiteD00r will make it appear that you have installed iOS 5.x on your old generation device. Of course, what you will miss out on is the App Store or the Notification Center pertaining to iOS 5.x . The most lucrative part of the story is that both Redd00r and WhiteD00r are Cydia installed and pre-jail broken. However, the difference lies in the type of devices Redd00r and WhiteD00r cater to. Redd00r supports for iOS 4 devices, iPod touch 2G and iPhone 3G, whereas WhiteD00r is for iPod Touch 1G , 2G MB and iPhone 3G on iOS 3.1.3 devices.
With the video demo of Redd00r already out, it shouldn’t be much of a long wait for its official release. Keep following us on Facebook, Google or Twitter to download the first public release of Redd00r.