Thursday, April 27, 2017

How To Keep Music Playing While Recording Video On iPhone

If you have jailbroken iOS 10 device then you can now keep music playing while recording video on iPhone. Your mobile device is great at so many things, and playing music is one of them that is often overlooked. But if you’ve ever tried listening to music and recording video from the Camera app at the same time, then you’ve probably noticed that launching the Camera app has always prevented any music from being played simultaneously. Fortunately, there is one simple way to stop that annoyance from creeping up on you, although it is only simple of you are already jailbroken.

A new Cydia tweak dubbed as Dndmymusic by iOS developer Demy Kromhof bypasses this restriction by allowing you to continue listening to music as you record footage from the Camera app.

How To Keep Music Playing While Recording Video

If you want to get the ability keep music playing while recording video on iPhone then you should install Dndmymusic on your device. The tweak is available for free from Cydia’s BigBoss repo and is compatible with only jailbroken iOS 10 devices. Once Dndmymusic is installed, it starts to work immediately, as there is no options for configuration. 

The way the tweak works is really simple – when you’re listening to music, you can press on the record button and the music will continue playing, even as you capture video footage. This tweak works with both the front and rear-facing cameras, and has no problem even when slow-motion video is being recorded. 

The tweak supports several different music sources, such as the stock Music app and third-party music apps like Spotify and Pandora, which is convenient for those that have prefer to use alternative app to the stock Music app.

So if you are real music fan and want to do something with the Camera app on your jailbroken device but still enjoy favorite song, then Dndmymusic tweak is right choice for you.


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