Showing posts with label ios 10. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ios 10. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

FullSafari Tweak Enables iPad-like Tabbed Browsing On iPhone

Folks who want to enable iPad-like tabbed browsing on iPhone should first jailbreak their devices and then install new Cydia tweak called FullSafari. If you used the paged browsing experience in Safari on the iPhone and the tabbed browsing feature in Safari on the iPad you may noticed that there’s a significant difference between them. For those who better prefer the latter iOS developer Bensge released FullSafari jailbreak tweak that adds iPad-like tabbed browsing feature to iPhone and iPod touch, providing a more capable web browser in the palm of your hand.

So if you're interesting in trying to enable iPad-like tabbed browsing on your iPhone then you should first grab FullSafari tweak. It is a free tweak that can be downloaded from Cydia. What is great is that the tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 10, 9, and 8 devices. Also its source code is available on GitHub for want to dig deeper to learn more about how the tweak works.


Once done with installation, the tweak will start to work automatically as it doesn't have any options to configure. The next you launch the Safari app, you’ll notice a couple of changes that FullSafari tweak has made after installation.

The first one: the tweak adds a “+” button to the menu bar at the bottom of the app. The second, when you hit new button, a new tab launches in the front of your eyes without the original tab disappearing from view.

As you've noticed the tabbed-browsing experience feels exactly like opening a new tab on an iPad and eliminates the need to click on the new page button in the menu bar as you normally would have to do on your iPhone.

So if you want to use iPad-like tabbed browsing on your jailbroken iOS 10 iPhone then you should definitely try FullSafari tweak.

CCustomize Changes Control Center Look On iOS 10 iPhone

There are various jailbreak tweaks in Cydia that aim to change Control Center look on iOS 10 iPhone. CCustomize is among them that has been recently released by iOS developer FromDerik. This jailbreak tweak gives Control Center a completely new look and feel, all adds a host of useful new features to the interface that allows you to get more done in fewer steps.


To get started, CCustomize tweak supports jailbroken iOS 10 devices only and is available from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free of charge. Once installed, the tweak adds a preferences pane to the Settings app, from where you can customize and change Control Center look on your iOS 10 iPhone.


The tweak offer the following options:
  • Enable/disable the tweak 
  • Make the Control Center interface dark
  • Configure the darkness level using slider
  • Clear the stock masking overlay
  • Hide the background color of the toggle buttons
  • Use white-colored button glyphs
  • and more...

Once you're done configuring the tweaks settings hit a respring button, that is included under the kill switch to apply and save your changes.

It should be mentioned that the screen recording, Low Power Mode, and respring shortcuts are built into the CCustomize tweak that is really useful, because you don't need to use separate jailbreak tweaks such as CCRecord and CCLowPower to enable these features on your device.

It is also possible to use a 3D Touch gesture on either the Do Not Disturb or Wi-Fi toggle to reveal a respring button, like shown on the picture below, which can be convenient for your day-to-day respring needs:


Apart from the functional benefits of CCustomize the tweak also change the look of Control Center. This is because it adds an entirely new blur effect to the interface that can you can configure using either light or dark theme.

Friday, June 16, 2017

How To Entirely Disable ‘Behind the Lyrics’ Pop-Ups In Spotify On iPhone

If you want to disable Behind the Lyrics pop-ups in Spotify on iPhone completely then you should read this post. The Spotify music streaming service offers apps that allows to listen to music on your iPhone, PC, and few other handsets model. The service has been around for several years and has consistently been upgraded and improved. Part of these changes involves the addition of new features, including one known as “Behind the Lyrics.”


Despite its popularity, many Spotify users don't like the persistent of this feature that interrupts your view of the album artwork whenever music is playing. Fortunetly those who have jailbroken iDevice can disable Behind the Lyrics pop-ups in Spotify on iPhone completely. Here is how.

How To Disable ‘Behind the Lyrics’ Pop-Ups In Spotify On iPhone Completely


Although the Spotify app lets you configure its settings to disable the feature’s persistence you can not completely remove this feature from the app. You might still see the feature hiding behind the album artwork from time to time. 

This is where new jailbreak tweak know as IamNoGenius comes in hand, as it lets you entirely turn the “Behind the Lyrics” feature off in the Spotify application. As it was already mentioned, unlike the option in Spotify’s playback settings to turn off Behind the Lyrics, this tweak completely disables the feature instead of keeping the card behind the album artwork. This makes it easier to swipe down to dismiss the music player, preventing the accidental swiping down on the album artwork to reveal the Behind the Lyrics card. 

IamNoGenius jailbreak tweak is available as a free download package from Cydia. This tweak supports jailbroken from iOS 8 to 10 devices. This tweak comes with no options to configure, so it starts to work once you've installed it.



How To Disable ‘Behind the Lyrics’ Pop-Ups In Spotify On iPhone

If you're music fan and you want to disable ‘Behind the Lyrics’ pop-ups in Spotify on iPhone then we'll show you how to do it. Many users complains that Behind the Lyrics feature in Spotify interrupts their view of the album artwork whenever music is playing.


This is a feature that shows on the “Now Playing” screen while a song is playing, and provides information about the song and the artist. But when it is constantly popping up over your album artwork while you try to look at it, the feature becomes a nuisance more than anything. Fortunately, it is possible to disable its persistence, and we'll show you how to do it in the guide below.

How To Disable ‘Behind the Lyrics’ Pop-Ups In Spotify


Step 1) On your iOS 10 device launch the Spotify Music app from the Home screen.

Step 2) Click on the Your Library tab if you’re not already in it.


Step 3) Then click on the Settings button at the top right of the app.

Step 4) click on the Playback cell.

Step 5) Move the Behind the Lyrics toggle switch to position OFF.

Once you have successfully disables Behind the Lyrics pop-ups in Spotify on your iPhone you might still see the feature hiding behind the album artwork from time to time. You will see something like shown on the screenshot below.


Unfortunately it’s impossible to turn off  Behind the Lyrics feature entirely on a stock devices, but those who have jailbroken devices can take advantage of a free Cydia tweak from known as IamNoGenius. This tweak removes the Behind the Lyrics feature from the app completely on iOS 10, 9, and 8 devices. Of course it will be nice if Spotify allows users to disable the Behind the Lyrics feature entirely, as many users just don't want to jailbreak their devices.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

How To Quickly Unlock Non-Touch ID iPhone

New Cydia tweak called Accelerated Unlock know new way how to unlock non-Touch ID iPhone quickly. As you know devices that don’t support Touch ID or just aren’t utilizing the feature typically resort to passcodes as the next best form of security. As the result,it tends to be a rather annoying delay after pressing the Home button before the passcode interface finally appears.

Released by iOS developer Youssef Mikhai Accelerated Unlock jailbreak tweak does away with this unwanted delay and makes unlocking your device seem faster. The delay is negligible for the most part, but since the developer thought it was a bit of a nuisance himself, he developed this tweak. If you experience the same delay, Accelerated Unlock tweak can make unlocking your iOS 10 iPhone repetitively more fluid throughout the day.


So how to unlock non-Touch ID iPhone quickly? First Accelerated Unlock should be downloaded for free from Cydia’s BigBoss repository. Once done with that install it on your device. Note that the tweak is compatible only with jailbroken iOS 10 devices. With no options to configure, Accelerated Unlock tweak will start to work right after installation.

Once you're done with setting up the tweak the next you attempt to unlock your device you should notice that the passcode input screen appears more quickly on your display after you press the Home button. Although it’s not a night and day difference, the tweak is a minor improvement to the UI and usability of Apple’s iOS platform.

So you may be thinking now: if you’re using Touch ID to unlock your device, can it help make your device faster too? Unfortunately Youssef Mikhai says if you’re using Touch ID as your main authentication method, you won’t see any difference at all in your unlocking speed after installing Accelerated Unlock tweak. So it’s really only intended non-Touch ID or that have Touch ID disabled for some reason.

New Tweak Makes Spotify Album Artwork Display In Full Screen Mode

If your iDevice is jailbroken you can now make Spotify album artwork display in full screen mode with new Cydia tweak called SpotifyFullScreenArtworkUI. Usually when you're listening to favorite songs via the Spotify Music app, the album artwork is displayed in the way that there’s an empty space in between it and the edge of the iPhone's display. SpotifyFullScreenArtworkUI tweak changes this by expanding the album artwork so it fills the whole top half of the device's screen.


For the most part, the differences are noticeable, and for many users it look cleaner and more immersive. You can look at the image above to compare the before and after examples.

How To Make Spotify Album Artwork Display In Full Screen Mode In iOS 10


If you want to make Spotify album artwork display in full screen mode on your jailbroken device then you should first grab SpotifyFullyScreenArtworkUI tweak from Cydia’s BigBoss repo absolutely for free and install it on your device. The tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 10 devices.

The tweak doesn’t come with any configuration option and is compatible only with the free Spotify Music app from the App Store. That said, you shouldn’t see any differences in any of your other music apps installed on your iPhone.

It should be also mentioned that if your music’s album artwork has text at the top of the widget, in some cases it can conflict with the text at the top of the Spotify app. This isn’t the case with every song you play, as it depends specifically on the artwork being shown more than anything else.

Personally I find SpotifyFullScreenArtworkUI tweak as a nice addition to my tweaks collection. Although it doesn't bring any new feature or enhancement but it makes my Spotify Music app displayed in full screen mode.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

How To Customize The iPhone Status Bar Time Format

If you want to customize the iPhone Status Bar time format and have jailboken device then it can be possible with new Cyida release called AdvancedStatusTime. Status Bar on your iOS 10 iPhone is a place for a digital clock that you glance at on a daily basis to keep track of time. But there are many users who don't like the way it’s formatted out of the box. That's why AdvancedStatusTime tweak offers you a way to customize the time text string so that your time is displayed in the Status Bar how you want it to be.

Look at the screenshot example below. As you've noticed the tweak is capable of making some considerable changes to your Status Bar clock, of course your results will vary depending on how you set it up.


So if you want to try to customize the iPhone Status Bar time format then you can grab AdvancedStatusTime for $0.99 from Cydia’s BigBoss repo and install it on your device. The tweak is compatible with jailbroken iOS 10 device.

After installation the tweak adds a dedicated preferences pane to the Settings app, from where you can set the tweak's options:


Here, you can enable/disable the tweak on demand and enter your preferred time text string format. The developer includes a cheat sheet for all the symbols you can use to set up your time format and also add a respring button to apply and save your changes.

As an example, you can use the following format:

M/d/y (E) | h:mm:ss a z

To get the following result:

6/9/2017 (Fri) | 12:17:45 PM EDT

Of course it is possible to mix and match these characters and add any symbol or text you want to use. Note, you may have to respring your phone once or twice for your changes to take the full effect.

How To Get More Options After Taking A Screenshot On iPhone

If you want to get more options after taking a screenshot on iPhone then you should definitely try a new Cydia tweak known as Memento. This jailbreak tweak offers a bulk of sharing features that you can use after snapping a screenshot.


To set Memento tweak up, you should first download the tweak from Cydia’s BigBoss repo and supports both jailbroken iOS 10 and iOS 9 devices. Once you install the tweak to get more options after taking a screenshot on your iPhone navigate to the Settings app and start to configure a few options.There you will find a kill-switch for enabling/disabling the tweak on a demand and a preferences pane for digging deeper into the configurable aspects of the tweak. It is possible to choose to have screenshots copied to the clipboard or shared over Imgur, disable the accompanying shutter sound, and even prevent certain apps from clearing screenshots.


On the screenshot at the top of the post you can see the example of how you can use tweak's options to create the list of options you can perform after taking a screenshot. 

It’s great to be able to quickly launch a Share sheet when you want to share the screenshot via any of your apps. The tweak also allows to put the screenshot in your clipboard to paste into another interface later when your don’t want it saved in the Photos app.

Of course it is your choice what functionality you need in the first place. Personally I don't like hearing the shutter sound and seeing the screen flash. That's why the additional options for disabling these effects are really useful for me.

Memento jailbreak tweak adds a lot of convenience to screenshot-taking, and so if you take screenshots frequently, and want to get more options this tweak is the best choice. The tweak is totally free and compatible with iOS 9 and 10.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Secure You Apps On Your iPhone Using A Password With AppLocker

Those who have jailbroken device can now secure apps with a password on iPhone. Updated jailbreak tweak called AppLocker allows you to create a password that you will use to access your apps; it’s requested every time you launch an app, and if you can’t provide it, you can’t use the app.


AppLocker tweak adds an extra layer of security beyond the passcode for your most sensitive apps, such as: Cydia, Settings, Filza, and even various apps downloaded from the App Store for things like banking, social networking, and more.

AppLocker is available for $0.99 from Cydia’s ModMyi repository. The tweak now supports jailbroken iOS 10 devices, in addition to iOS 6, 7, 8, and 9. After installation the tweak puts a preferences pane to the Settings app. From where you can toggle the tweak on or off and configure a bulk of options to tailor the tweak to your unique needs:


The preference pane is divided into five different sections including General, Application Locking, Folder Locking, Reset Password Phrase, and More. All of this sections offer various options to secure apps with a password on your iPhone.

As you've noticed AppLocker tweak offers quite the impressive list of options. But you can think that someone can go into the Settings app and change your security options on you and this actually break the whole concept of the tweak. However the developer has you covered on this front too.

When you open the tweak’s preferences pane in the Settings app to change your settings, you’re prompted for your password; like so:


AppLocker tweak offers bulk of cool options to add an extra layer of security to your jailbroken device when you think there’s a possibility someone might know your passcode. It’s also useful when you want to give someone else your device to use, but don’t want them using certain apps.

Friday, June 9, 2017

How To Put The Last Time iPhone Was Locked On The Lock Screen

You may know LastTimeUnlocked tweak that replaced the ‘press home to unlock’ text on the Lock screen with an indicator of when your device was most recently unlocked, and now a new Cydia tweak dubbed as LastLocked is taking on the opposite end of the spectrum. It puts the last time iPhone was locked on the Lock screen of your jailbroken device.


Rather than displaying when your iPhone was last unlocked, LastLocked shows the last time your phone was most-recently locked. This info is displayed at the bottom of the Lock screen in place of the stock ‘press home to unlock’ text, which means the indicator not only looks natural, but it’s subtle enough that most users besides you won’t even notice it’s there.

LastLocked works great as a security measure since it can help alert you to when your device is being used without your knowledge and it makes a great trap you can set to find out what’s going on with your device behind your back.

If you suspect someone knows your passcode and is using your phone without your permission, or you have a family-oriented device that you don’t want your kids sneaking out to use after bedtime, LastLocked allows you know when it was last used and you can gather ample evidence to support your suspicions.

So if you to put the last time iPhone was locked on the Lock screen then you should have LastLocked tweak installed on your device. It’s available for free from Cydia’s BigBoss repo and is compatible with all jailbroken iOS 10 devices.

Unlike LastTimeUnlocked, which allows users to customize the text string on the Lock screen, LastUnlocked doesn’t have any options to configure. You’re stuck with the text format the developer gives you, which may great for those who like additional customization options.

New Cydia Tweak Hides Web Search History From Spotlight On iPhone

If you want to hide web search history from Spotlight on iPhone then you should try new jailbreak tweak dubbed as Spotlight No Suggest. Usually whenever you search for things using Spotlight on your iOS 10 device, a history of what you’ve searched for is listed just under the Siri app suggestions.
But if you don't want others to see what you've been searching via Spotlight, then Spotlight No Suggest will take care about that stuff.

As you can see on the screenshot below this jailbreak tweak behaves like a private browsing mode for Spotlight web searches on any jailbroken device in iOS 10.


Once you've installed Spotlight No Suggest tweak on your device your web search history will be hidden from the Spotlight search interface right away. Note that all new web searches will continue to be hidden until you will uninstall the tweak from your phone.

Spotlight No Suggest jailbreak tweak doesn’t offer any options for configurations and you can grab it from Cydia’s BigBoss repo absolutely for free of charge. The tweak works only jailbroken iOS 10 devices.

If you ever use the Private Browsing feature in Safari and you would like the Spotlight search bar  offer the same functionality, then this jailbreak tweak is definitely for you.

As you can see jailbreaking an iPhone gives you greater control over iOS. With a jailbroken iPhone, you can install apps and tweaks that aren't authorized by Apple, but you also delete the tough security protections that the company has built into iOS platform. Jailbreaking is not only brings additional functionality and improves iOS platform but it also offers tweaks that take care about the security of personal data.

So if you don't want someone to look at your private web search history in Spotlight then you should consider trying Spotlight No Suggest tweak.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

LSHiddenTools10 Hides Lock screen Stuff On iOS 10 iPhone

A new Cydia release called LSHiddenTools10 by CydiaGeek lets you hide Lock screen stuff in iOS 10. Every day when you wake your phone up the first thing you see is the Lock screen. Have you ever wanted to customize Lock screen look and feel? Of course it can be possible if your device is jailbroken. LSHiddenTools10 jailbreak tweak brings you some option to make The Lock screen different. This Cydia tweak helps you to hide almost all the things from the Lock screen on your jailbroken iPhone. If you’re looking for a simpler look overall, or you simply don't like some of the things that appear on it normally, this tweak comes with a bulk of options for satisfying you needs.


So if you want to hide Lock screen stuff in iOS 10 as you find it overloaded then head over to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and grab LSHiddenTools10. The tweak is totally free and supports only jailbroken iOS 10 devices. Once you're done with installation, navigate to tweak's preferences pane in the Settings app to start configure Lock screen look:


LSHiddenTools10 offers following options to hide:
  • the Status Bar
  • the clock and date
  • the press to unlock label
  • the padlock icon from the Status Bar
  • the camera access and page dots
  • the Today access
  • the date from the Today page
  • the blur effect after tapping on Spotlight
  • Siri app suggestions

Once you're satisfied with made configurations, click on the blue Respring button located at the bottom of the preferences pane to apply and save your changes.

I think LSHiddenTools10 jailbreak tweak offers enough options to hide Lock screen stuff in iOS 10 and make it look the way user want. So if you want to add your personal touch to Lock screen you should give LSHiddenTools10 jailbreak tweak a try.

How To Download Media From Social Networking Apps On iOS 10 iPhone

New jailbreak tweak dubbed as Social Downloader allows you to download media from social networking apps on iPhone. As you may know not all social networking apps on your jailbroken device let you save photos and videos to your phone. But Social Downloader will grant you access to saving just about any image or video file from various social networking apps.

Social Downloader tweak supports all of the following apps:

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • WhatsApp
  • Snapchat

How To Download Media From Social Networking Apps On iPhone


So to get started you need to download and install Social Downloader tweak from Cydia’s BigBoss repository for only $1.00. The tweak works on all jailbroken devices starts from iOS 7 to 10. Social Downloader adds a preferences pane to the Settings app where you can toggle any social networking app on or off on demand. For performance reasons, it is recommended to only enable the tweak for apps that are actually installed on your device:


The process to save media differs from app to app because all of the apps’ interfaces are different. The following is required in each app:

WhatsApp story – save button is added to the bottom left corner of the story

Facebook – enter the video in full-screen mode and tap and hold on it

Instagram feed – double-click on the photo or video from your feed

Instagram story – click on the ellipsis button in the bottom right corner of the app

Twitter – enter the GIF or video in full-screen mode and tap and hold on it

Once you 're done configure your settings hit a respring button is included at the bottom of the pane to apply and save your changes.

While it’s great to have the power to download media from social networking apps on iPhone on demand, but don't forget about intellectual property and copyright laws of all works that don’t belong to you. 

How To Avoid From Accidentally Marking Email Inbox As Unread In iOS 10

Many time we do bulk actions in the Mail app to save our time by quickly clearing multiple mails. Sometimes we make mistakes, that's why new Cydia tweak helps to avoid accidentally marking email inbox as unread on iPhone.

Dubbed as Mark as Unread Alert, this jailbreak tweak goes one step further by forcing you to confirm your action before it takes effect. Here is how this Cydia tweak works.

How To Avoid Accidentally Marking Email Inbox As Unread In iOS 10


To get started Mark as Unread Alert tweak is available from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free. You can download and install it on your jailbroken device. Note that he tweak works only in the stock Mail app, but interacts with all email providers. Mark as Unread Alert supports all jailbroken iOS 10, 9, or 8 devices.

After installation, when you use the Edit > Mark All > Mark as Read feature in the Mail app, you will now see the pop-up message as on the screenshot below. By displaying this message the tweak asks you if you’re really sure you want to mark all your emails as read.


If you choose to click on the OK button, all of your emails will be marked as read as usual, but if you choose cancel option, you can still go back and review your choice.

Mark as Unread Alert is really useful jailbreak release that helps to avoid accidentally marking email inbox as unread on iPhone. The tweak does a really good work of adding that small, but important, extra step between user and email inbox.

It is strange that Apple hasn't still implemented such feature in the stock iOS platform, as this is safeguard action can help many users that can accidently deleted important mails.



Tuesday, June 6, 2017

New Cydia Tweak Colorizes iPhone’s Toggle Switches

New Cydia tweak dubbed as SwitchTint colorizes iPhone’s toggle switches in iOS 10.This jailbreak tweak allows you to add a splash of color to all the toggle switches throughout iOS 10, offering you a simple way to add a personal touch to your iPhone's look.


Where you can notice the changes? Of course the Settings app will be that place as it contains the biggest number of toggles. But if there are other apps installed on your jailbroken iOS 10 device that have their own toggle switches, you’ll notice SwitchTint affects them as well.

SwitchTint tweak brings its preferences pane to the Settings app, from where you can configure the color of your toggle switches:


  • The things you can colorize with SwitchTint tweak are:
  • All enabled toggle switch background
  • The thumb grip color on the toggle switch
  • The outline of the toggle switch

Note that you're not offered with color-picker, so your choice is unlimited. It is even possible to change the transparency of the color:


There are also the toggle to enable/disable the SwitchTint tweak on demand with the kill-switch at the top of the preferences pane. Once you're done with configuring tweak's settings there is no need to respring your device as all changes will take place right away. Note that you'll still have to kill affected apps using the App Switcher and then re-launch them to save the changes you've made.

So if you want to colorize iPhone’s toggle switches then SwitchTint tweak it is available as a free download package from Cydia’s BigBoss repo and is compatible with jailbroken iOS 10 and iOS 9 devices.

Personally I like simple aesthetic jailbreak tweaks and now SwitchTint becomes one of my favorite. Without any complicated configurations I can change my iPhone look adding a splash of various colors.

Friday, June 2, 2017

A New Cydia Tweak Enables Macbook Pro’s Touch Bar On iPhone

If you have jailbroken device you'll be able to try new Cydia tweak that enables Macbook Pro’s Touch Bar on iPhone. When Apple introduced the new Macbook Pro in 2016, the major new feature was the Touch Bar. It is a thin touchscreen display that is settled on right at the top of the keyboard that adapts to what you're doing and gives you intuitive shortcuts and app controls when you need them.


Rumors say that the upcoming iPhone 8 line up will feature a “Function Area” that will be put below the OLED display and will work similar to the Touch Bar in the new Macbook Pros. While this sounds very exciting, there are chances that it won’t happen as it haven't been not confirmed by Apple.

That's why a talented Cydia developer LaughingQuoll has taken the challenge onto himself to build a tweak that will enable Macbook Pro’s Touch Bar on iPhone. LaughingQuoll is well-known for such amazing tweaks as Noctis and Decorus.

Recently he shared a teaser video of the upcoming jailbreak tweak on Twitter, that gives us an idea at how the Touch Bar will look and function on the jailbreak iPhones. It is pretty much a work-in-progress and it wouldn't be released very soon, as he is planning to launch it to beta testers.

The Touch Bar in the new Macbook Pro received many positive and negative reviews, mainly due to the fact that it is inconvenient to use while you’re interacting using a keyboard and mouse. For iPhone, which doesn’t have a mouse, it is going to be a great feature that will provide a whole new way of interacting with our jailbroken device.

If you're exciting about trying this upcoming jailbreak tweak as we're then all we have to do is to wait till the developer will release it for public consumption.

How To Reveal Hidden Items In iPhone’s Cellular Usage Report

New jailbreak tweak dubbed as DetailedCellularUsage reveals hidden items in iPhone’s cellular usage report. With no doubt cellular data is one of those things we all use on a daily basis on our iPhone, but fail to keep track of as efficiently as it is possible. It can be a real problem when you dissuade your data provider that he over-charged you for your data usage.


That's where DetailedCellularUsage tweak can come in handy as it helps to reveal some of the gray areas where iOS uses your cellular data and doesn’t report it in the Settings app.

To see what apps are using the your cellular data you need to navigate to Settings > Cellular on your iPhone or cellular-enabled iPad, but what you definitely don't know is that some items are hidden by Apple by default. So how to DetailedCellularUsage displays hidden items in iPhone’s cellular usage report.


What this tweak does is reveal the hidden items so you get the most accurate depiction possible of what’s using your cellular data behind the scenes.

You can ask what things Apple hide from us. This can be iAd data usage and the amount of data used from setting up your iPhone for the first time after a restore and other.

Moreover, if you visit the System Services cell, you’ll notice that the tweak also unlocks a wide range of info that’s normally hidden:


So if you're interesting in trying DetailedCellularUsage tweak then it is available as a free download from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. The tweak works on all jailbroken iOS 10 and iOS 9 devices. DetailedCellularUsage doesn't come with any options for configurations.

Of course DetailedCellularUsage tweak might not be for all iDevices owners, but if you take care about the amount of data you’re using every month, DetailedCellularUsage can help shed light on some of the system processes that consume your capped data plan.





Thursday, June 1, 2017

How To Choose Who Can View Your WhatsApp Status On iOS 10 iPhone

Reading our post you'll will know how to choose who can view your WhatsApp Status on iPhone. With WhatsApp Status you can upload photos and videos for your contacts to see, instead of sharing simple text-based status message. Similar to chats, the status updates are end-to-end encrypted. The Status messages disappear after 24 hours. Status works exactly like Stories on Snapchat, Facebook or Instagram. On iOS 10 devices, Status has got its own tab that is located on the extreme left at the bottom.

While this is great feature, the major drawback is the security issue. By sharing a media files through WhatsApp Status, everyone who is in your contact can view it. WhatsApp lets you select who can view your WhatsApp Status on iPhone configuring its settings.

 How To Choose Who Can View Your WhatsApp Status On iPhone


Step 1: Launch WhatsApp on your iOS 10 iPhone.

Step 2: Next, go to the Settings tab.

Step 3: Click on Account.


Step 4: Then choose Privacy option.


Step 5: Click on Status.


Step 6: Here you can choose who can view your WhatsApp Status. By default, it is set to ‘My Contacts’. This means that all of your WhatsApp contacts can view your Status. It is possible to change this setting by choosing the contacts who can view your WhatsApp Status.


After that whenever you share media files via Status, it will be viewable only by the contacts that you chose. 

While WhatsApp Status feature is available for non-jailbroken devices those users who want to get even more functionality from this popular app can install WhatsApp++ IPA on iOS 10 that doesn't require your iPhone to be jailbroken. This app is easy to download and once installed you'll get many advanced WhatsApp features.

How To Replace Home Screen’s Today Widgets With Missed Notifications In iOS 10

New jailbreak tweak dubbed as Toka allows users to replace Home screen’s Today widgets with missed notifications in iOS 10. As you know Today widgets appear on the Home screen when you swipe all the way to the left, beyond the first page of your app icons. For most users the Today widgets is just waste of space on their jailbroken devices as they don't actually use it.

Toka tweak will be useful for those users who would like to see other stuff than Today widgets, as it replaces them with your missed notifications instead. It means it lets you to have the Notification Center instead of the Spotlight.

Spotlight remains present and fully functional even though the Today widgets are hidden. It is still possible to search your iPhone for things you want to see after installing Toka tweak.

How To Replace Today Widgets With Missed Notifications On Home Screen


In order to replace Home screen’s Today widgets with missed notifications in iOS 10 you need to head over to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and download Toka tweak for free. This tweak is compatible with any jailbroken iOS 10 iPhone or iPad.

Toka tweak doesn’t come with any options to configure, this means that after installation, as it starts to work right away.

On the screenshot example below you can see the transition between the first Home screen page and Toka:


Keep in mind that you need to launch and close Notification Center at least once after installation the tweak to apply its affect. If you don’t, then the missed notifications will not appear for you.

Toka is really great jailbreak tweak for those who don't use Today widgets on Home screen. Instead it offers to replace Today widgets with missed notifications. Personally I find this alternative very handy as with one swipe you get missed info.


Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Classic Makes Notification Banners Look Like They Were Prior To iOS 10

Want to make notification banners look like they were prior to iOS 10 then you should first jailbreak your device. As you know with iOS 10 release Apple brought redesigned notification banners that look differently how they were in iOS 7- 9. But if you don't like that enhancement then you might enjoy a new free Cydia tweak known as Classic.

How To Make Notification Banners Look Like They Were Prior To iOS 10


So if you want to turn back to classic to notification banners look you need to install Classic jailbreak tweak from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. It is totally free and supports all jailbroken iOS 10 devices.

After installation, you'll be presented with a handful of options for changing how your notification banners look. The tweak touches banner notifications throughout iOS 10 platform. The tweak not only changes how things look on the Lock screen as shown on the image example, but also changes to your Notification Center and system-wide notification banners:


To make notification banners look like they were prior to iOS 10 you need to go to Classic's preferences pane in the Settings app to configure its options:


Once you're done press a respring button that is located in the preferences pane to apply and save your changes.

Be very attentive to the version of iOS you run; notifications in iOS 10.1.1 behave differently than they do in iOS 10.2. That's why you should only enable the “10.1.1” switch if you’re jailbroken on iOS 10.1.1; and enable the switch if you’re on jailbroken with Yalu tool on iOS 10.2.

Classic makes notification banners much squarer than they typically are in iOS 10, and this helps replicate the look and feel of older iOS versions. Classic is fully aesthetic tweak, so some might enjoy the look while others won’t as the tastes may vary.