Display Mirroring on the iPad 1

This is interesting, but I don’t have any video out accessories to test it on.

You just need to add a boolean that says display-mirroring: YES to the model plist (K48AP.plist for first-gen iPad) under /System/Library/CoreServices/Springboard.app/ and reboot the device.

Obviously this requires a jailbroken iPad for you to access the file. It also seems to work with devices that use the A4 chip.

I guess this is how Apple did their presentations all along, at all of these iOS device unveiling events. It’s just that now they opened up the hardware to the public (and indirectly, the configuration parameter).

Source: http://www.natureseyestudios.be/blog/enable-display-mirroring-on-first-gen-ipad/
http://www.macpoint.be/enable-display-mirroring-on-first-gen-ipad/

Update 17-Oct-2011: Updated URL

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One comment on “Display Mirroring on the iPad 1

  1. […] Now that iOS 5 has been released, it’s easy to enable multitasking gestures on the iPad 1, using the same trick as before for display mirroring. […]

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