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|Original author(s)||Apple Inc.|
(latest known version)
Home Diagnostics is an package which contains a few apps that are used by Foxconn or Apple. Among apps (listed below), it also installs a crash dumper, which automatically launches when an iDevice is connected and dumps the logs to the computer, and an additional panel for Xcode Organizer. It also installs a handful of useful command line utilities to /usr/local/bin. These applications aren't installed in /Applications like normal(except AirSwitch); They are instead installed to /AppleInternal/Applications.
It usually contains the following apps: PurpleRestore, PurpleSNIFF, PurpleFAT, SkankPhone, SkankTunes/FakeTunes, ScreenShotr, DCSD, PurpleBuildSanitizer, iOS Menu, iPhone Menu, PurpleConsole, PowerWarriorX, PurplePod , iRemoteX and CarDisplaySim.
The most recent builds of Home Diagnostics may include AirSwitch, a tool to install OTA updates from internal servers using a Kanzi Cable, and PurpleRabbit, which looks like a PurpleRestore replacement, although it still uses it.
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