This article discusses software internally used by Apple.
Acquiring a copy without Apple's consent is illegal and may result in being scammed.
LCMFlicker is an application that is present on older firmwares such as HoodooYabuli 9B3176n, but is mostly hidden on SwitchBoard firmwares based on 7.0 and up. Upon opening, the application will immediately turn up the brightness of the screen to max. It then displays the words "Heating up..." and starts a timer in the top left corner showing how long it has been running. It also shows the PID output, setpoint, and current temperature of the device. The temperature will also start to rise rather quickly, therefore it is recommended that you don't run this app for too long. (You can exit the app by hard resetting.)
The Contents of This App
CodeResources _internal_green.png Info.plist _internal_red.png LCMFlicker _internal_screensaver1.png LCMFlicker-Settings.plist _internal_screensaver2.png PkgInfo _internal_screensaver3.png _CodeSignature _internal_screensaver4.png _internal_LCMFlicker.png _internal_screensaver5.png _internal_black.png _internal_screensaver6.png _internal_busy.png _com.apple.LCMFlicker.plist _internal_gray.png