Monday, May 22, 2017

Hypeman Displays Now Playing Changes On Banner Notifications In iOS 10

If you have jailbroken device you can install new jailbreak tweak that displays Now Playing changes on banner notifications in iOS 10. Many people like to listen to radio apps or random playlists that they didn’t create. If you're one of them then you’re probably knows how it feels when you can’t figure out what’s playing on your iPhone as iOS doesn't provide you with these details. And another problem is that it is impossible to save this song for later.

Dubbed as Hypeman, this jailbreak tweak fixes this problem, by displaying Now Playing changes on banner notifications in iOS 10. This means you get the details of the song that's playing.

The tweak announces the title of each song when it starts or you can configure it to show music changes visually via notification banners. If you choose banner notifications, you'll see song info along with the artwork from the app it’s playing from. But if you pick the voice option, you can configure what voice you hear, the speaking rate or the voice pitch. If you prefer notification banners, you’ll be glad to know that it is possible even swipe on the notification banner to skip a track.

So to give Hypeman tweak a try, you need to download it for free of charge from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. The tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 10 devices. Note that this tweak is configured via Flipswitch. If you have a Flipswitch-based extension such as FlipControlCenter installed, then you can easily head over to that tweak’s preference pane, in Hypeman cell, and begin to configure the tweak from there:

Hypeman is a great tweak for people who connect their iPhone to external speakers at parties. And since the tweak supports both Apple’s Music app and third-party apps, it’s universal tool that fit anyone’s needs. 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

How To Download And Install iOS 10.3.2 On iPhone

You can now download and install iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone, as Apple has just launched its latest firmware to public. After releasing a few pre-release seeds to public testers and developers, Apple has now released it for public consumption. With immediate availability, compatible device users can grab the latest firmware version as either an over-the-air download, or with an individual installable IPSW file for installation via iTunes. iOS 10.3.2 is the minor software update that include bug fixes and security enhancements for iOS devices and thus Apple recommends installing the latest update to get all the UI, software and security improvements.

Jailbreakers should avoid to update their devices to the latest software version. Although Pangu Team, who have released the jailbreak for iOS 9, have allegedly demoed a iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak at a tech conference in China and due to reports they are planning to release it in May users with jailbroken device should wait till it will be officially launched. 

How To Install iOS 10.3.2 On iPhone

Don't forget to back up an iPhone before installing this software update. You can do it through iCloud or iTunes. Do not skip a backup, as despite being a minor point release update things could still theoretically go wrong which could result in data loss, a backup makes recovering from such an incident possible.

You can download iOS 10.3.2 software update via the Settings app > General > Software Update. Then choose “Download and Install” after you backup the iOS 10 device to begin the installation and update process.

If you don't have enough space or have some troubles with OTA update then you can download and install iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone using IPSW files below. The steps to upgrade your device are the same as for the previous releases.

iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 5 GSM): iPhone_4.0_32bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 5 GSM+CDMA): iPhone_4.0_32bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 5s GSM): iPhone_4.0_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 5s GSM+CDMA): iPhone_4.0_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 5c GSM): iPhone_4.0_32bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 5c GSM+CDMA): iPhone_4.0_32bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 6+): iPhone_5.5_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 6): iPhone_4.7_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 6s): iPhone_4.7_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 6s Plus): iPhone_5.5_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone SE): iPhone_4.0_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 7): iPhone_7_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 7 Plus): iPhone_7Plus_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw

iOS 10.3.2 (iPad 4 Wi-Fi): iPad_32bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad 4 GSM): iPad_32bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad 4 GSM_CDMA): iPad_32bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Air Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Air Cellular): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 Cellular): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Air China): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 China): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 Cellular): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 China): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Air 2 Cellular): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 4 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 4 Cellular): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F91_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Pro Wi-Fi): iPadPro_12.9_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Pro Cellular): iPadPro_12.9_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Pro 9.7 Wi-Fi): iPadPro_9.7_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Pro 9.7 Cellular): iPadPro_9.7_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad 5 Cellular): iPad_6,11_iPad_6,12_10.3.2_14F90_Restore.ipsw

iOS 10.3.2 (iPod touch 6G): iPodtouch_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw

Monday, May 15, 2017

How To Disable The Blurred Camera Effect In The FaceTime App On iPhone

If you prefer to jailbreak your device and take advantage of different Cydia tweaks features then you can learn how to disable the blurred camera effect in the FaceTime app installing NoBlurFrontCamera tweak. By default the FaceTime app on your iOS 10 iPhone displays a blurred silhouette of yourself via your device’s front-facing camera any time you’re in this app. It’s an interesting aesthetic effect, but it’s a waste of battery and a deterrent for camera-shy people.Developed by CydiaGeek, NoBlurFrontCamera tweak officially allows you to disable this effect, replacing it with a simple dark background.

How this tweak can be useful for many people.First and foremost, because it disables camera activity in the FaceTime app, except for when you’re in a video call, it’ll be great for anyone who hates being on camera during simple actions like checking FaceTime call history.

Secondly, turning off the blurred camera effect also helps keep your device’s battery from draining too quickly while you sift through your call history. While you probably don’t spend a lot of time staring at the FaceTime app for no good reason, every bit of battery savings can be useful when you’re taking several precautionary steps to conserve power on your jailbroken iPhone.

So how to disable the blurred camera effect in the FaceTime app? If your iPhpone is jailbroken go to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and download NoBlurFrontCamera tweak. It is available for free and is compatible with jailbroken iOS 10, 9, and 8 devices. Right after installation NoBlurFrontCamera will add a dedicated preferences pane to the Settings app, from where you can toggle the tweak on or off on demand.

There is no need to respring your device to save the changes you've made. But you have to force-quit and re-launch the FaceTime app from the App Switcher aplly your settings and save them.

How To Summon Banners With iPhone Battery Information In iOS 10

New Cydia release called BatteryBanners allows you to summon banners with iPhone battery information on demand via Activator that shows a numeric battery level percentage. The Status Bar has already a battery icon and iOS can be configured to show the numeric battery level percentage right beside it. On the other hand BatteryBanners tweak allows you to disable the feature but still let you get to battery information when you need it.

How To Summon Banners With iPhone Battery Information

So how this tweak can be useful? The Status Bar easily becomes overbearingly cluttered with icons and words, such as those from long carrier names, the rotation lock icon, the VPN indicator, the alarm icon, and more.

To avoid this problem, some find that disabling the numeric battery percentage helps to conserve space. The only problem with this is you’re then forced to rely on an icon to tell you how much battery is remaining, but because the icon doesn’t show any numbers, it isn’t as informative.

To start to use BatteryBanners tweak you should grab it from Cydia’s BigBoss repository for free and install on your device. The tweak is compatible with iOS 10 devices and Activator must be installed to set it up.

As it was already said BatteryBanners tweak is invoked via Activator, so it’s super easy to access it from anywhere in iOS. For instance, you can be in an app, or on the Home screen or even on the Lock screen and easily see your actual numeric battery level percentage by invoking the gesture you've set.

To set this gesture launch the Activator preferences pane or app, choose the gesture, then assign BatteryBannners tweak to it:

I think BatteryBannners is really useful tweak as you can summon banners with iPhone battery information from whenever in iOS any time you need to check this details.

Friday, May 12, 2017

How To Change The Shape Of App Icons In iOS 10

Do want to change the shape of app icons in iOS 10 then a new Cydia tweak dubbed as SpringToolz by iOS developer Stoyan Stoyanov will help you to do it. This jailbreak tweak allows you to change the shape of your Home screen icons, add drop shadows, and much more. The SpringToolz comes equipped with a vast number of shape options to pick from and can give your jailbroken iOS 10 iPhone unique look. So let's see how this tweak change the shape of app icons on iOS 10 iPhone and enables its other options.

To get started download SpringToolz tweak on your device. You can grab this tweak for free from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. It supports all jailbroken iOS 10, 9, and 8 devices. Every aspect of the tweak can be controlled straight from the Settings app itself. Just go there and then select SpringToolz. Here, you will be able to start your journey into the world of custom app icon shapes. 

The tweak's preference pane is divided into three different sections. The first is responsible for changing the shape of the Home screen icons, the second for changing the shape of the Dock icons, and the third deals with adjusting the drop shadow options. 

On the screenshot below you can see what shapes and shadow colors this tweak offers:

When you’re done configuring the tweak’s settings, all you need to do is navigate to the main preferences pane and click on the Apply button to respring your device and apply your changes.

So if you don't like how icons and interfaces look and behave on your Home screen then you should try SpringToolz tweak. This tweak will make you jailbroken iOS 10device look unique and non-typical without wasting your money.

CCVertically Gives Control Center A Vertical Makeover In iOS 10

Want to try a nifty trick to give Control Center a vertical makeover in iOS 10 then you should install new Cydia release known as CCVertically. By default Control Center has a horizontal layout; it’s devided into rows with each section having its own dedicated purpose, whether it’s for toggles, shortcuts, or sliders.CCVertically Cydia tweak, created by iOS developer pxcex flips everything 90 degrees to give Control Center a vertical makeover in iOS 10. Let's find out how this jailbreak tweak actually do this trick.

How To Give Control Center A Vertical Makeover

Look at the screenshot below. All the elements in the Control Center look different after installing CCVertically tweak. The toggle buttons appear on the left side of the interface, the shortcuts appear on the right side, and all other elements appears in the middle of Control Center.

It is also possible transform the look of the media page in Control Center using CCVertically tweak. It puts your music controls on the left side of the interface and your sound source on the right.

So if you're wan to try how your Control Center will look with the vertical makeover then you should first install CCVertically tweak. CCVertically is available for free in Cydia’s BigBoss repo and works with all jailbroken iOS 10 devices.

Once the tweak is installed, head over to the dedicated preferences pane in the Settings app where you'll find a few options for configurations:

  • Enable/disable the effect for the main Control Center page
  • Enable/disable the effect for the media Control Center page
  • Hide/show the text labels for the buttons
To save your changes you need to click on a respring button, that you'll find at the bottom of the pane.

Of course not all users will like a vertical Control Center, but it can be a nice breath of fresh air from the original appearance. So if your iOS 10 device is jailbroken you can install CCVertically tweak right now.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

CCStatus Lets You Customize The Control Center Toggle Button Statuses In iOS 10

With new jailbreak tweak called CCStatus you can customize the Control Center toggle button statuses in iOS 10. Control Center on your iOS10 device contains bulk of toggles that make accessing certain iPhone's features more convenient. When you enable/disable the features in Control Center, a status update appears at the top of the screen that lets you know what you changed.

CCStatus is the new jailbreak tweak, that allows you to customize these strings of text so that your changed statuses appear when you toggle buttons on or off.

Normally, you will see the toggle's name, followed by a colon and then “On,” or “Off.” For instance, you might see:

Bluetooth: On/Bluetooth: Off
Do Not Disturb: On/Do Not Disturb: Off
Wi-Fi: On/Wi-Fi Off
And so on…

So to start to customize the Control Center toggle button statuses in iOS 10 should download CCStatus tweak from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free. Then install it on your jailbroken iOS 10 device. The tweak will add its preference pane to the Settings app, where you can set your configurations:

There, you can apply your custom strings to each of the toggles by typing them in yourself. It is possible to customize the ‘on’ and ‘off’ strings individually.

Once you’re done configuring, click on the Save & Respring button at the bottom of the pane to apply and save your changes.

On the screenshot example above, I added a custom string to the Do Not Disturb toggle so that the next time I'll enable it, Control Center will tell you, “Don’t allow anyone to annoy me” and when I'll disable it, it will say, “Enyone can annoy me right now.”

Notably, there’s also a Low Power Mode option as well, and although Control Center doesn’t have a Low Power Mode toggle button out of the box, you can use a Cydia tweak known as CCLowPower to add one.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

How To Eliminate The Delay After Pressing The iPhone Home Button

If your phone is jailbroken then you have a great chance to eliminate the delay after pressing the iPhone Home button installing new Cydia release. By default there’s nearly a full second of delay after pressing your Home button before the app you’re in actually closes. But even if you don't want to wait this short period of time new jailbreak tweak called Accelerated Home Button by iOS developer Mehul Rao will come in handy.

The Accelerated Home Button tweak removes this delay making home button presses seem much faster. Since the tweak removes the delay even when you double press the home button you are returned to the Home screen first and then are taken to the app switcher, which seems kind of cool.

So how this tweak actually eliminates the delay after pressing the iPhone Home button. Apple wants to let your device think for a moment and see what your next action is going to be. If you press the Home button once, you navigate to the Home screen, but if you press the Home button twice or three times consecutively, something else happens entirely.

The short pause after pressing the Home button once lets the device wait for additional presses so that it can seamlessly open the App Switcher or provide you with Guided Access/Zoom options without any jitter in animations, assuming you want to.

Accelerated Home Button will make these animations more jittery, but the speed at which it closes out of apps immediately after the Home button is pressed might be preferred by some over the stock timing tolerances.

Apart from disabling the delay that you normally experience when the Home button is pressed, there really isn’t much more to the tweak. With that in mind, you really have to try it and judge it for yourself to find out if you like it.

To install the Accelerated Home Button on your jailbroken iPhone or iPad you need to navigate to Cydia’s BigBoss repo and grab it for free. Accelerated Home Button tweak doesn’t have any options to configure, so it starts work right after installation. 

Spotlife Tweak Hides Today Widgets On iOS 10 iPhone

If you own jailbroken device you can hide Today widgets from iOS 10 iPhone. Many users don't use the Today page on the Lock screen, Home Screen, and in Notification Center, and would like to bring back the iOS 9-style Spotlight page. That's why new jailbreak tweak dubbed as Spotlife was developed by iOS developer pxcex to hide Today widgets from iOS 10 iPhone and bring back the iOS 9-style Spotlight page.

Installing Spotlife transforms the Today page on both the Home screen and Lock screen on iOS 10 devices to into a simpler iOS 9-esque Spotlight search page. Rather than showing a bevy of features you might never use in your face, the tweak causes only the Spotlight search bar and Siri app suggestions section to appear here.

So if you want to try Spotlife tweak you need to navigate to Cydia’s BigBoss repo first. The tweak is available as a free download package and is compatible with all jailbroken iOS 10 devices. The tweak will add dedicated preference pane to Settings app from where you can set your configurations. 

If you’re interested in de-cluttering the Home screen and Lock screen, but don’t want to give up Today page access completely, then it is possible to access your Today widgets via Notification Center.

Apple allows to remove the Today page from the Lock screen entirely by going to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode. Spotlife in its turn doesn’t disable the Spotlight page entirely instead, it only removes the Today widgets. As the result this lets you continue conducting Spotlight searches from the Lock screen.

It should be also noted that Spotlife tweak allows you to selectively choose where the Today widgets appear in iOS, so if you like having them on the Lock screen, but not on the Home screen (or vice-versa), you can configure it in the Settings app from dedicated preference pane.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

No Date Today Tweak Hides The Date From The Today Page In iOS 10

Now it is possible to hide the date from the Today page in iOS 10 for those who own jailbroken device. Many users find the date information that appear in the Today page unnecessary as it is possible to find the date in few other places on our iOS devices. If you agree with them and want your device to hide the date from the Today page in iOS 10, then a new Cydia release dubbed as No Date Today could be useful for you.

How To Hide The Date From The Today Page In iOS 10

 No Date Today tweak hides the date from the Today page and makes more vertical space for displaying additional Today widgets in a single screen. As the result you won’t have to scroll down to the bottom see their content.

Actually the amount of space saved by the tweak depends on apps you use. On the screenshot example below, you can see that there is much more space for at least one more widget can appear at the bottom of the screen so there is no need to scroll down to view it.

What is really great is that No Date Today tweak brings this changes to each Today interface found in iOS 10, including on the Home screen, the Lock screen, and in Notification Center. 

So if you want to see how No Date Today tweak will work on your device, then you can download it from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free. This Cydia tweak supports only jailbroken iOS 10 devices.

Right after installation this tweak will add its preferences pane to the Settings app. A switch is provided in Settings to enable/disable the tweak. You need to hit the respring button in order to save your changes.

So if you're tired of the oversized date text in your Today View or Notification Center then reclaim this lost space and see more of your widgets at the same time with No Date Today.