Mobile Spy: iPad
Answers to frequently asked questions about Mobile Spy (a.k.a. “Smartpad”) for iPads.
The section about hiding the icons is #5 under Accessing & configuring the interface (towards the very bottom of the page).
To reset the password on iPad, you would first reset your password to a new password inside your online control panel. Then, you would bring up the interface on the iPad itself and log in with the user name and new password. Mobile Spy will save that new information so the logs go to the correct account.
You should not upgrade firmware until you have time to re-jailbreak your device and make sure that firmware version can be jailbroken. Apple, lately, has been working on creating firmware versions that cannot be jailbroken. Make sure if you plan to upgrade that a reliable jailbreaking method for that firmware is available.
So if you upgrade the iPad’s firmware and it can be jailbroken, simply re-jailbreak the device and reinstall Smartphone through Cydia.
Here is a highly-recommended website with complete instructions on how to jailbreak each model and firmware of the iPad:
No, photos, apps, music, internet favorites, etc. will not be deleted or affected by installing Mobile Spy. Also, the iPad’s performance will not be affected by using Mobile Spy.
To remove Mobile Spy from an iPad, go into Cydia and tap Manage, then Packages and scroll down to Smartpad and tap that entry. Then tap Remove at the top right corner, then Confirm. Cydia will then uninstall Mobile Spy from the iPad.
To bring up the interface on an iPad, bring up the Safari web browser. Type asd-ms.com in the address bar and tap Go. The page that will display will be a white page and the word “Denied”. Once that page appears, tap the Home button. Within 10 seconds, the springboard will reset. The Smartpad icon will now be visible. Tap on that icon and the Mobile Spy interface will appear.