Easy Way to Enable FaceTime on iPad Using (Mac Tutorial)

Video Conferencing is one of the essential features that the original Apple iPad lacks. You might have read the guides to enable FaceTime on iPad but that’s a complicated process. You are lucky if you are reading this because FSM introduces a very new method to enable FaceTime on iPad using iFacePad. iFacePad is an application that automates the whole process of FaceTime enabling.

Continue reading to find out how.

Download the Following:


  • Load Cydia and install OpenSSH and AFC2 ( greenpois0n adds AFC2 by default )
  • Launch the PhoneDisk and  make sure to enable root and connect to root.
  • Launch iFacePad.app
  • Reboot iPad
  • Make a call !

With the help of this method you can enable FaceTime on iPad automatically without any hassle. But in case it doesn’t launch, don’t panic. Check the permissions are set correctly for:

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/IMcore.framework/IMAgent.app is set 755.

Note: This method is only for Mac and given the fact that iPad does not have a camera. The person on the other end won’t be able to see you.

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2 Responses to "Easy Way to Enable FaceTime on iPad Using (Mac Tutorial)"

  1. Miike says:

    Worked perfectly fine. Thanks a lot.

  2. Tedd says:

    Facing some issues. Jailbreak showed completed but no Cydia icon change…

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