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The jailbreak community is in a particularly exciting situation right now. With the Fugu14 untether now available and jailbreak developers diligently working to incorporate it into existing tools, many jailbreakers are avidly waiting to experience an untethered jailbreak for the first time since iOS 9. In the meantime, it can already be used to keep the unc0ver jailbreak app signed indefinitely via the latest version of AltStore.

Of course, the world continues to turn even as we wait for the aforementioned to happen, and many exciting jailbreak tweak releases and jailbreak-related news tidbits surfaced throughout this past week.

In today’s roundup, we’ll discuss all the latest jailbreak-centric news breaks, including jailbreak tweak releases, spanning the time period between Monday, November 1st and Sunday, November 7th. As usual, we’ll kick things off by showcasing our favorite releases first and then wrap things up with an outline of everything else afterward.

Our favorite releases this week Cyrch – FREE

Cyrch makes it much easier to find the repository you’ve added to your sources list without having to do so much scrolling, and it’s useful because the number of third-party repositories that jailbreakers depend on for tweaks is exponentially higher than it was just a few years ago.

You can learn all about Cyrch in our full review post.

NotchBanners – $1.99

The notch is an often debated feature of modern iPhones — some users love it, others don’t mind it, and the rest absolutely hate it. But some jailbreak tweaks like NotchBanners are trying to give it more purpose.

Just as the name implies, NotchBanners uses the notch on iPhones that have one as a sizing guide for incoming notification banners. As a result, incoming banners look like they’re coming from the notch.

You can learn more about NotchBanners and how it works in our full review post.

Other releases this week

Android LS: Brings an Android-inspired Lock Screen aesthetic to jailbroken iPhones (free via Lillie’s repository – review)

BlockWiFiSync: Blocks iTunes from Wi-Fi syncing using port 62078 (free via Mario Cheung’s repository)

Gympass JB Bypass: Bypass the annoying jailbreak detection in the Gympass app (free via Lillie’s repository)

Everything else from this week

Apple Stops Signing iOS 15.0.2: Apple closed the signing window for iOS & iPadOS 15.0.2 this week, preventing iPhone and iPad users from downgrading from the newer iOS & iPadOS 15.1 firmware.

Best Photos App Jailbreak Tweaks: We showcase what we believe are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for upgrading the native Photos app in iOS 14.

Fugu14 Untether: Linus Henze updated the Fugu14 untether on Wednesday with support for more iPad devices, PAC bypass reliability enhancements, and more.

iOS 15.1 Kernel Exploit: A hacker showed off a kernel exploit supporting an iPhone 12 Pro Max running iOS 15.1, and it should work on other devices and older firmware versions too.

@pattern_f_ pwns iPhone XR on iOS 14.6: Using the kernel exploit proof-of-concept originally shared by security researcher Saar Amar, along with a trick from Brandon Azad’s oob_timestamp exploit, @pattern_f_ managed to share a jailbreak demo of an iPhone XR running iOS 14.6.

unc0ver: Pwn20wnd updated the unc0ver jailbreak to v7.0.2 with bug fixes for devices running iOS 14.

While we’ve reached the end of this roundup, we promise we’ll be right back at this same time next weekend with a piece just like this one, albeit with refreshed jailbreak-oriented content that reflects the times.

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Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: Diamond, Sphere, Volumemixer, And More…

As the final day of the weekend rears its ugly head, the good news is that we’re back with another jailbreak tweak roundup showcasing all the latest releases from this past work week.

This roundup will encompass releases from Monday, November 2nd to Sunday, November 8th. As usual, we’ll start things off by talking about our favorite releases first and then wrap things up with an outline of everything else afterward.

Our favorite releases this week Diamond – $2.30

There’s no disputing the fact that the iPhone’s Dock and Status Bar interfaces have changed very little over the years. Fortunately for those looking for something new and refreshing, a jailbreak tweak called Diamond brings a lot to the table.

Diamond conjoined the two interfaces into one, and it can be accessed by tapping on the SpringBoard icon or with the Reachability gesture. What appears in the Diamond interface is fully configurable, as are its aesthetics and behavior, among other things.

You can learn more about Diamond and what it can do for you in our full review.

Sphere – $2.99

Multitasking is a component of iOS that we don’t yet think has reached maturity. While it’s fairly decent on the iPad these days, iPhone users still need to jump from one application to another on a stock device. That’s why we like a new jailbreak tweak called Sphere.

You can learn more about Sphere and how it works in our full review.

VolumeMixer – FREE

One of the fundamental problems that we think iOS still has with regard to volume controls is that users can’t yet configure their volume level on a per-app basis.

VolumeMixer is a newly released and free jailbreak tweak that resolves this issue by letting users configure volume levels for their applications independently of one another.

You can learn more about VolumeMixer and how it works in our full review.

Other releases this week

Bear: A tweak that augments the Tumblr app (free via BigBoss repository)

CHPUBG: Cleans PUBG game files in an effort to avoid absentee bans (free via BigBoss repository)

HapticDots: Haptic feedback when tapping on the Home Screen’s page dots (free via BigBoss repository)

HoldAnywhereWiggleMode: Lets you tap and hold anywhere to activate wiggle mode on the Home Screen (free via BigBoss repository)

Megane: Bring up a web search anywhere in iOS via Activator (free via Twickd repository – review)

MlDaemonTweak: Allows iPad apps to be installed on iPhones (free via Packix repository)

NanoFi: Makes the Apple Watch use Wi-Fi instead of Bluetooth for faster file transfers, such as music (free via udevs repository)

NineMusic: Brings back the iOS 9-style Now Playing interface on the Lock Screen (free via minh-ton repository – review)

Riskkit: Unblurs NSFW posts and spoiler posts in the Reddit app (free via BigBoss repository)

Other important jailbreak news

Checkra1n: The checkra1n jailbreak tool was updated to version 0.12.0 on Sunday with support for A10(X) devices and adds support for iOS 14.1-14.2.

Guardian Firewall: This VPN maker is now working with @nitoTV to bring the first VPN service to jailbroken Apple TVs.

Kernel bug for iOS 14.1: A newly-announced kernel bug that was patched in yesterday’s iOS & iPadOS 14.2 releases could be developed into an exploit for jailbreaking.

That wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, but don’t fret. We’ll continue to keep you apprised with regard to new releases throughout the coming week, along with any relevant jailbreak news that might be of interest to you.

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Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: Dndallow, Instalauncher, Reachit, Videoswipes, And More

If you have a jailbroken iOS 11 or iOS 12 device in your possession and you’re wondering what you should install on it to make it better, then you’ve come to the right place.

In this roundup, we’ll summarize each of this week’s new jailbreak tweak releases from Monday, April 22nd to Sunday, April 28th. As usual, we’ll kick things off by discussing our favorites and then outline the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week DNDAllow – FREE

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DNDAllow is an ingenious jailbreak tweak that lets Do Not Disturb users permit specific apps through iOS’ Do Not Disturb filter, effectively letting you toggle the feature on a per-app basis.

With it, you can silence notifications from your most annoying apps and work-related apps when you’re relaxing, but still receive notifications of interest, such as text messages from your significant other.

You can learn more about DNDAllow in our full review.

InstaLauncher – $3.00

InstaLauncher is a quick app launcher that can help you access your favorite apps in a jiff. The tweak lets you search installed apps in alphabetical order with a letter scroller and access your more recently-used apps more quickly than you could in the App Switcher.

InstaLauncher is a particularly old tweak, but it has been refreshed for iOS 11 and 12. It looks and works just a good today as it did so many years ago, and we think it’s still relevant if you want a faster and easier way to launch apps on a cluttered Home screen.

You can learn more about InstaLauncher in our full review.

ReachIt – FREE

ReachIt makes the top end of the Reachability interface useful by filling the void with a Now Playing music interface so that you can see more about what’s currently playing and interact with playback controls.

There’s not much to say here besides ‘why didn’t Apple think of that,’ but if you’re interested in learning more about the tweak and where to get it, then we recommend checking out our full review.

VideoSwipes – FREE

VideoSwipes is a simple jailbreak tweak that, again, Apple should have implemented into iOS right out of the box and didn’t.

As the name implies, this tweak brings swipe gestures to iOS’ native video player interface. You can now swipe left or right on the video interface to either rewind or fast-forward by 15 seconds, much like you can in YouTube.

You can learn more about VideoSwipes and where to get it in our full review.

Other releases this week

AnimPods 2: A replacement AirPods pairing animation and sound for your jailbroken iPhone ($0.69 via Packix repository)

AutoInvert: A smart invert feature that activates automatically based on display brightness level ($0.50 via Packix repository – review)

Blanka: Lets you lock your apps with Touch ID/Face ID ($0.99 via Packix repository – review)

CustomNoOlderNotifications: Lets you customize the ‘No Older Notifications’ text that appears in Notification Center when you don’t have any missed notifications (free via BigBoss repository – review)

Exo (Beta): An information provider for WKWebView-based widgets (free via Nepeta repository)

Exobar (Beta): Allows you to see HTML in the Status Bar (free via Nepeta repository)

Exoxen (Beta): Lets you use Exo with Xen HTML (free via Nepeta repository)

FindMyiDeviceXS: Replaces the standard Find My iPhone alarm sound with something that’s easier to hear from a distance (free via Packix repository)

Konban: Replaces the ‘Today’ view with an application interface of your choice (free via Nepeta repository – review)

ModernPower: A better-looking and less intrusive power down interface for iOS 11 and 12 (free via conorthedev’s beta repository – review)

LeaveMeAlone: Puts the Do Not Disturb icon under the Lock screen’s time rather than displaying it in the Status Bar (free via Packix repository – review)

NotifyWiFi X: Notifies you when you switch from one Wi-Fi network to another ($1.00 via Packix repository – review)

NoTimeLimitStoryVideo: Removes the time limit for video stories in the Instagram app (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

NoYTMusicPlaylistPanel: Removes the playlist panel from YouTube when playing videos (free via BigBoss repository)

PingWatch: A new iPhone ping sound when pinged from your Apple Watch ($0.49 via Packix repository – review)

PullOver Pro: Puts a collapsible app shortcut grabber on the side of your display to improve your multitasking ($2.00 via c1d3r’s repository – review)

That just about wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, but stay tuned to iDB throughout the week to remain updated regarding novel releases as they materialize.

If you’re looking for more tweaks, then consider adding third-party Cydia repositories to your device to expand your scope and check out last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup in case you might’ve missed anything. We also have several dedicated roundups to help you find ways to tweak your jailbroken iOS 11 device below:

Those interested in jailbreaking iOS 11 might also find the following tutorials helpful:

Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: Grosou, Lanplayios, Snoverlay 2, & More…

It’s Christmas weekend, but that hasn’t stopped your friends at iDownloadBlog from compiling our weekly jailbreak tweak and news roundup!

In this week’s edition, we show you all the latest jailbreak tweaks and jailbreak centric news breaks that happened between Monday, December 20th and Sunday, December 26th.

As usual, we’ll start our piece by showcasing some of our favorite releases from the past week and then wrap things up with an outline of everything else afterward. So let’s dive in!

Our favorite releases this week Grosou – FREE

Grosou is a nice jailbreak tweak that lets you add a module to Control Center for toggling soothing sounds. These are particularly useful for drowning out more annoying sounds around you.

In addition to offering a mood and productivity boost, these soothing sounds are configurable and easy to access from anywhere on your iPhone or iPad without any app necessary.

You can read all about Grosou and how it works in our full review post.

LanPlayiOS – FREE

After installing the app, users can join and configure a server in the app and then tinker with their Nintendo Switch’s DNS and IP settings to get the ball rolling.

You can learn more about LanPlayiOS in our full review post.

Metamorphosis – $1.49

Metamorphosis is a jailbreak tweak that combines the features of two previously released tweaks called Firefly and SnapOn.

In essence, these tweaks offer different aesthetics for incoming notifications, including a colored back glow and notification dots.

You can learn more about what’s possible with Metamorphosis in our full review post.

Snoverlay 2 – FREE

Snoverlay 2 is a free jailbreak tweak that adds animated snowflake effects to your iPhone or iPad’s user interface.

Once installed, you can keep everything how it comes out of the box, or customize how and where the snowflakes appear.

You can learn more about Snoverlay 2 and how it works in our full review post.

Other releases this week

bypassJbCod: A jailbreak detection bypass tweak for the Call of Duty Mobile game (free via BigBoss repository)

HideSerialNumber: Hides your handset’s serial number and other sensitive piece of information from the About page of your Settings app for screen recordings and screenshots (free via ichitaso’s repository – review)

Invisibe Typing: Hides your typing status indicator from other Discord app users (free via Donato’s repository – review)

WaggleTunes: A highly customizable and floating music player for your jailbroken iPhone or iPad (free via Packix repository – review)

Everything else from this week

Best Social Media Jailbreak Tweaks: Follow along as we showcase what we believe to be some of the best jailbreak tweaks for enhancing your favorite social media apps on pwned iOS 14 devices.

Checkra1n: Checkra1n team member and iOS hacker Siguza provided new details about the state of the checkra1n jailbreak and how it pertains to iOS & iPadOS 15.

iOS & iPadOS 15.1 and 15.1.1 Unsigned: Apple has officially stopped signing iOS & iPadOS 15.1 and 15.1.1 just one week after launching iOS & iPadOS 15.2 to the general public.

While that’s all we have for you this week, we encourage you to check back again throughout the coming work week and on Sunday for fresh jailbreak-related content.

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Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: Gesto, Pip, Sakal, Watchsounds, And More

In this roundup, we’ll discuss all the latest jailbreak tweaks to be released starting Monday, December 23rd and ending Sunday, December 29th.

As usual, we’ll kick things off by talking about our favorites first and then wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week Gesto for iOS 13 – $3.99

I’m prone to using both the App Switcher and Control Center on my iPhone on a daily basis, and with that in mind, I’ve always been a proponent for merging the interfaces into one rather than being split and accessed separately.

Apple has yet to implement anything like this, but with a jailbreak tweak called Gesto for iOS 13, you can make this happen on any iPhone jailbroken on iOS 13 that you might have in your possession. The tweak also has oodles of configuration options to make it behave the way you want.

You can learn more about Gesto for iOS 13 in our full review. The tweak is also available for older versions of iOS.

Pip – $2.00

The Apple Watch’s Nightstand Mode is particularly nice when you have a compatible charging stand at your bedside. Whenever it detects your presence, either by movement-induced vibrations or by physical touch, it displays the time along with the charging level and a notification indicator if there are any missed notifications.

I’ve always loved this feature about the Apple Watch, and with that in mind, it may come as no surprise that many wonder why Apple hasn’t implemented something similar on the iPhone itself – especially when it’s charging by your bedside. That’s where a jailbreak tweak called Pip comes into play, as it ports a near-perfect carbon copy of the Apple Watch’s Nightstand Mode experience to the iOS platform.

You can learn more about Pip and where you can get it in our full review.

Sakal – FREE

If you’re like me and you set alarms every morning to make sure you wake up on time for work, then you might take a liking to a new jailbreak tweak called Sakal.

As depicted in the screenshot examples above, this simple tweak displays the next alarm in your alarm queue on the Lock screen so that you never forget that you have an alarm set. If you don’t have any alarms, then the tweak will tell you so.

You can learn more about Sakal in our full review.

WatchSounds – $1.50

For the first time ever, you can official change the notification sounds and vibration patterns on your jailbroken iPhone’s paired Apple Watch with a new jailbreak tweak called WatchSounds.

You can learn more about WatchSounds and how it works in our full review.

Other releases this week

Cat: Lets you keep your keyboard sounds even when you have the ringer switch set to silent (free via shymemoriees repository)

DarkBadges: Makes notification badges black (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

Dockify: A full-fledged Dock customizer for iOS (free via burrit0z repository)

iFaded: Brings an iPhone-style App Switcher to the iPad (free via Twickd repository)

LQ 2023 Bundle: A bundle of 2023 jailbreak tweaks by LaughingQuoll for a discounted rate ($7.99 via Packix repository)

Messages: Adds a progress bar to the messages app (free via BigBoss repository)

NoFlashlightQuickButton: Removes the Flashlight quick action button from the Lock screen (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)

NoQuickActionButtons: Hides the Quick Action buttons from the Lock screen (free via BigBoss repository)

QQ Purification: Feature improvements for the QQ app (free via BigBoss repository)

RouteFakerX: Lets you spoof your location in any app (free via BigBoss repository)

That just about wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, but stay tuned to iDB throughout the week to remain updated regarding novel releases as they materialize.

If you’re looking for more tweaks, then consider adding third-party Cydia repositories to your device to expand your scope and check out last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup in case you might’ve missed anything. We also have several dedicated roundups to help you find ways to tweak your jailbroken iOS device below:

Those interested in jailbreaking might also find the following tutorials helpful:

Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: 3D Touch Notifications, Fingal, Grams, & More…

Although Cydia has been pretty dry this week, many the few jailbreak tweak releases that have been put out have been interesting ones worth taking a peek at.

The best of this week 3D Touch Notifications – $1.49

Probably my favorite release this week has been 3D Touch Notifications, a tweak that builds off of the 3D Touch feature baked into iOS 9 to give you new shortcuts and accessibility throughout iOS without even having to be inside of an app itself to do things.

With 3D Touch Notifications, you’re able to peek and pop your notifications on the Lock screen and in Notification Center, giving you a menu with features for responding to and performing actions based on those notifications. The tweak supports a variety of system apps and even supports notifications from Recents 2, a popular jailbreak tweak from the same developer.

3D Touch Notifications is compatible with revealMenu on non-3D Touch devices, but to learn more about how that works, you’ll have to head over to our full review.

Fingal – Free

Among one of the releases this week that got me the most excited was Fingal, a new theming platform for iOS that adds motion to app icons on your Home screen.

Fingal supports its own built-in theme, which changes some icons around, but because its a theming platform and not just a tweak, third-party developers are free to create even more motion themes that are Fingal compatible and release them as separate packages in Cydia.

In our example, we’re using a free theme add-on for Fingal known as ShakeIt Plus, which keeps the look and feel of the original iOS 9 icons, but adds motion to them to give them a little life as you can see in the screenshot example above. Different themes, on the other hand, can add motion and change icons completely from their stock look.

To learn more about the features and abilities of Fingal, drop by our review to see the tweak in action.

Grams – $0.99

Grams was another very cool release this week, allowing those with an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus to use their 3D Touch display to actually weigh light objects weighing up to 385 grams. The tweak adds a widget to Control Center where all the data is displayed in real time.

This tweak requires the use of a capactitative object, such as a spoon, for the electrical signals to pass through while using the touch screen, then, you can place a light object on the spoon and do a little math and find the weight of the specific object you’re weighing.

Grams is very much a proof-of-concept type of tweak, rather than a utility you might use for practical reasons, but what has our interest is the fact that the developer was thinking outside of the box and found a way to use a device’s hardware for something other than what it was designed for.

For more on how Grams works, you can check out our full review of the tweak.

Other releases this week

AutoHDR: Enables automatic HDR photography on older iOS devices (free)

Copernicum: Claims to let you customize various volume features on your iOS device (free)

SpotAlarm: Lets you assign a Spotify track to an alarm (free – review)

TextSearchPro: Lets you search the web or define words from anywhere with Activator or FlipSwitch ($0.99 – review)

Treadmill: Tracks how much scrolling you do on your iOS device (free – review)

VintageSwitcher: Brings back an iOS 6-styled App Switcher to iOS 8 & 9 (free)

While you’re at it, don’t forget to check out our previous jailbreak tweak roundup to see the best of what was released in Cydia last week.

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