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IPS File Format

International patching system binary patch file

IPS is a file extension for an International Patching System binary patch file format used by games in the past, mainly for small patches under 16MB. An IPS file can be modified by using IPS specific software utilities. IPS files have been known to be used to crack copy protection as well.

 

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iPad crash report for TrustMe. Mail, Safari, etc now have .ips extensions and are crashing. Any suggestions??
Example:
{"name":"TrustMe","bug_type":"109","os_version":"iPhone OS 7.1 (11D167)","bundleID":"com.apple.TrustMe","version":"1.0 (1.0)","app_name":"TrustMe"}
Incident Identifier: 2FA174A4-0B46-4144-8C8A-E5C59D4C6364
CrashReporter Key: 886c3964944d17b7f6a080f36250fabba9e90551
Hardware Model: iPad2,2
Process: TrustMe [1970]
Path: /Applications/TrustMe.app/TrustMe
Identifier: com.apple.TrustMe
Version: 1.0 (1.0)
Code Type: ARM (Native)
Parent Process: launchd [1]

Date/Time: 2014-04-06 23:47:50.181 -0400
OS Version: iOS 7.1 (11D167)
Report Version: 104
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