New iOS 10.2 Jailbreak Tweaks: ControlCenterX, DummyPass, NCLink10, And GIFRoll
It's that time of the week again as regular fans will know exactly what that means. Furthermore, fans will see some fantastic jailbreak tweaks from developers all over the world if they keep their eyes open.
New iOS 10.2 Jailbreak Tweaks: ControlCenterX
ControlCenterXI is a fabulous new release that brings an iOS 11-inspired Control Center UI to jailbroken iOS 10 devices. It comes with a complete modular look and feel, and 3D Touch support, according to IDownloadblog.
The tweak also lets the users access everything the same way they would on iOS 11. They can expand or close any of the modules that would typically take up the full screen, such as the music player and the brightness/volume sliders.
The tweak is part of the eleven jailbreak tweak suite that brings a host of iOS 11 features to jailbroken iOS 10 devices. So if the fans want to have the iOS 11 look and feel without upgrading and losing their jailbreak this Fall, this is definitely something to consider.
New iOS 10.2 Jailbreak Tweaks: DummyPass
DummyPass Cydia tweak allows users to scramble numbers present on the passcode screen. Yalu reported that the tweak was developed by Wisychannel.
It "scrambles" or "fuzzes" the passcode numbers without changing the underlying number. So if the users press center button in the middle row, they will still end up pressing the digit 5 regardless of what's on the screen.
New iOS 10.2 Jailbreak Tweaks: NCLink10
The NCLink10 will bring back the grouping of notifications from previous iOS versions. It also easily folds sections with notifications for apps that the users don't want to see banners from.
New iOS 10.2 Jailbreak Tweaks: GIFRoll
GIFRoll is essentially an awesome, lightweight little tweak that replicates the fact that Apple has brought animated GIF support into the stock Photos app with the reveal of iOS 11. Installation of the package means that all of the user's wonderful animated GIF files stored on the device are now brought to life on iOS 10, according to Redmound Pie
Previously, when viewing them through the Photos app and tapping into one of them, they would have just been static-frame representations of the underlying dynamic image. Apple changed that with iOS 11 and now GIFRoll changes that on iOS 10.
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