Wednesday, June 24, 2009

GriP 0.1-11n Released

GriP 0.1-11n (r344) is released and can be downloaded from This version will be the last revision with Memory Watcher bundled. Starting from next revision, Memory Watcher will be moved to another package.

GriP 0.1-11n features following changes:
  • (r327) GriP will use Preference Loader to inject the preferences. You'll have to install PreferenceLoader first.
  • (r327) GriP Modal Tables can now be themed.
  • (r331) All recent GriP messages will be logged.
  • (r332) The detail disclosure thing (▼) is available in You've Got Mail again.
  • (r333) Game mode now works in 3.0
  • (r334) Dismissing the modal table by home button works correctly in 3.0.
  • (r340) Added Polish localization.
  • (r343) 3.0 Push notification plug-in.
  • (As usual) Other bug fixes.

Note that if you've downloaded the r341 version that I've uploaded by mistake this morning, you'll experience a memory leak. Please upgrade immediately.


  1. will this still work on 2.2.1?

  2. @fusen:

    I haven't tested thoroughly on 2.x (I've only got 1 device), but I believe it'll work.

  3. how does the push notification pluggin works?

  4. Kenny, it would be nice to be able to access GriP message log from outside GriP settings...

  5. @antonioj:

    (1) In the previous post I've successfully faked push notifications. So from that path I find which method calls the alert box, and replaces it with a GriP message.

    (2) Showing the log is actually as simple as a single function call ([bridge showMessageLog]). You can also use the command line "GriP -m" to show it. I don't know how to write an SBSettings switch yet.

  6. KennyTM, i was not using the latest revision, hence i was not finding Push ;)

    Now i have it, and i am loving it :) Not perfect, but a very good start :)

  7. This works great! Thank you!

    One bug I noticed is that if you launch Beejive from the lock screen, the home button is disabled. I killed beejive using processes and the home button still did not work on the springboard.

    Anyone else have this problem?

  8. @tbmx:

    Try lock the screen with the lock button and see if the home button works again.

  9. Worked like a charm. Thanks! Is this the intended function?