Jailbreaking always brings new aspects of using Apple devices and this time you can enable instrumental sounds when type on iOS 9 iPhone, jailbroken with Pangu tool. You’re probably used to hear the typical keyboard clicks as you type on your iPhone, but a new Cydia release known as MusicalKeyboard aims to make things a little more interesting by playing the sounds of musical instruments instead typical keyboard clicks.
So follow the guide below to learn how to install and setup MusicalKeyboard tweak.
How To Enable Instrumental Sounds When Type On iPhone
If you want to enable instrumental sounds when you type on iOS 9 iPhone then head to Cydia and grab MusicalKeyboard tweak for $0.99. The tweak supports iOS 8 or iOS 9 devices.
After you install this tweak, you can pick which instrument noise your keyboard makes while you’re typing. To do this, you’ll need to pay a visit to the tweak’s preferences pane in the Settings app:
From there, you can turn the tweak on or off on the demand and choose a musical instrument you want to hear the sound effects of as you type. Your choices in musical instruments are:
Every time you change the instrument type, you will need to ckick on the Save Changes and Respring button for all changes to take place.
Although at first thought you might assume hearing a musical instrument with every key tap would get annoying after a while, it actually sounds surprisingly nice as you type.
Note if for any reason you can’t hear any noises after downloading this tweak, then you’ll need to make sure you have keyboard sounds enabled from Settings > Sounds > Keyboard Clicks.
MusicalKeyboard tweak makes your jailbroken iOS 9 iPhone really special by enabling musical instruments sounds instead of typical keyboard clicks.