Good news for iPad users. Now you can easily enable FaceTime on your iPad by using an app. The name of this app is iFacePad. Earlier we have posted the step by step instructions to enable FaceTime on iPad manually. Now we are going to show you the step by step instructions using which you can enable FaceTime on iPad easily by using iFacePad. You should note that you will need to have a jailbroken iPad so you can follow the step by step instructions posted here to jailbreak your iPad on iOS 4.2.1 with Redsn0w. Now follow the steps carefully.
STEP 1. First you have to download iFacePad app from here.
STEP 2. Now you have to download iOS 4.2.1 for iPod Touch 4G.
STEP 3. Now simply download PhoneDisk from here.
STEP 4. Simply launch Cydia and then install AFC2 and OpenSSH.
STEP 5. Now you have to run PhoneDisk, then enable Root and connect to it
STEP 6. Then run iFacePad.app and then reboot your iPad
That’s it. Now you can make FaceTime on your iPad. You should note that if you will not be able to make FaceTime on your iPad after rebooting your iPad then you have to check permissions are set correctly on mobilePhone.app and in /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/IMcore.framework/IMAgent.app is set 755. You should remember the other person will not be able to see you as there is no camera in iPad. You can watch the video embedded below to see it in action. [Via]