Friday, February 20, 2015

How to Get System-Wide Access to iOS 8 Shortcuts [Jailbreak Tweak]

It doesn’t matter what you wish to do on your iPhone. You can use iOS 8 shortcuts to share music, create messages and tweet the news and posts you like. However, once you install one Cydia tweak you will be able to get a system-wide access to your iOS 8 shortcuts and control all the processes with ease.

The iOS 8 jailbreak tweak Aoraki that is available for $1.99 on the BigBoss repository in Cydia store makes it possible to access Twitter, Whatsapp, Facebook, iMessage and Mail from anywhere within your firmware. You can easily compose messages from inside any of these apps as you will find a green floating button on your screen which accesses your shortcuts.

How to Access Your iOS 8 ShortCuts from Anywhere within OS

Step 1. If you are eager to pay for the tweak, launch Cydia and download Aoraki program. Remember that Cydia store appears on jailbroken iDevices only.

Step 2. You will find the pane with Aoraki preferences in Settings. This is where you can enable / disable this tweak and customize its button, shortcut icon and interface etc.

Step 3. It is possible to reposition the tweaks’ floating button on the iPhone screen. To do so, just hold it and drag across the display to where you would like it to stay.

Step 4. You can now enjoy your system wide access to iOS 8 shortcuts which includes your filesystem, different settings toggles, camera, pictures and music files sharing on iPhone 6, searching the App Store, using Twitter and other web sources. The tweak also allows cleaning your interface cache, rebooting, respringing, accessing the safemode and shutting down the smartphone or tablet.

This might not be a perfect solution but it works.


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