Sometimes it is normal when you want to make some apps in your iPhone available in your iPad. Since they are not available in the Apple Store and you can’t find any download links to install them in your iPad, you may be thinking about having the apps from your iPhone in the iPad. Such thing is actually doable and the apps can work well if you know how.
Here are some steps to make iPhone apps compatible in iPad without having further problems like size doubling or pixelation. Keep in mind, though, that not all formats can be altered with the following steps. Most of the apps can be made compatible, but not all of them – in case you have to deal with some apps formats that are resistant to the altering process.
You need to jailbreak the iPad first. You can ask a reliable person or service provider to do so, or you can do it on your own.
If your computer is connected to local network, you need to connect the iPad to the same network. Launch Fugu. If you don’t have one, click here to download it, then install it.
There will a popup window with lists of things on the left side and empty spots written ConnectTo and Username on the right side. You need to fill in the iPad’s IP address on the Connect To slot and root for the Username. Then press the Connect button.
You will be asked to fill in the root password. If you have never made any changes, it should be alpine. Choose Authenticate to move on.
You should be able to see Go To icon within the toolbar. Choose it.
There will be a small popup window with empty Go To slot. Fill it in with /var/mobile/Applications. Be sure that you choose the Remotely option before pressing Go button.
Now, you should be able to see lists of app folders. Since you can’t really determine or decide which app needed for the process, use the available data modified option to assist you. When you do a double click on a certain folder, you should be able to see another file with the app name. For instance, Line.app
Double-click a folder to open it up. Then drag the info.lpist provided on the right side to the left. This action will copy the intended file to the computer.
Right, click the copied info.plist file on the left side and choose the Open option.
There will be Add Child option available. Click on it and give the name UIDeviceFamily.
Right click the newly created UIDeviceFamily and choose Value Type à Array from the menu.
Choose the arrow icon on the left side of UIDeviceFamily so it will point down.
Press the Add Child button twice and set the value into 1 and 2. And then choose Save from the menu.
Return to Fugu and drag the info.plist file to the right side.
When there is a notification to confirm your action, choose the Overwrite option.
You need to turn the iPad on and then off if you want to see the changes.
If you have any questions about the step by step above, kindly write them down in the comment below!