Jailbroken on iOS 10 and miss the Apple logo respring screen? This tweak brings it back

By , Feb 17, 2017

You might have noticed after jailbreaking iOS 10 with Yalu that the Apple logo-based respring screen doesn’t show up anymore, and it would seem that some jailbreak users are beginning to miss seeing it.

Coming to the rescue at just right time is a new free jailbreak tweak called MakeRespringsGreatAgain by wizages, which brings back the iconic Apple logo screen whenever you respring your device.

After you install the tweak, your iOS 10 resprings will immediately feel just like they did all jailbreaks prior, and give you something more than just a spinning activity circle to look at.

You’re going to see it with any and all device resprings, whether you’re doing so from Cydia after installing a new jailbreak tweak, or respringing via a shortcut from one of your already-installed tweaks.

For those who feel a little nostalgic, MakeRespringsGreatAgain is a gem for jailbroken iOS 10 devices that can downloaded for free from Cydia’s BigBoss repository.

There are no options to configure to get the tweak to work, and moreover, it doesn’t need to be installed on devices jailbroken on any other firmware.

Anyone into coding or interested in learning more about how the tweak works can head over to the developer’s GitHub page where he has open-sourced the tweak so you can learn what makes it tick.

Will you be bringing back the Apple logo-based respring screen on your jailbroken iOS 10 device? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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  • Steve Harold

    Like the name‼️

  • SLY

    Can I jailbreak on iPhone 7 (iOS 10.1.1)? I read on one of the threads that I should wait for a stable version which hasn’t been released yet.

    • I would continue to wait until said “stable version” comes out.

      • Joe

        I’ve been out of the loop for a little while — is it even possible to JB an iPhone 7 on 10.0.3-10.1.1? Last I checked I thought i7 devices had been excluded thus far, but your answer seems to indicate there is a way on 10.0.3-10.1.1, just not with a stable version. Could someone please clear this up for me???

      • Rigs101

        Last thing qwerty said was that support for the iPhone 7(+) would be coming, but it wasn’t a priority. Also I seriously doubt that the iPhone 7(+) will get support on iOS 10.2 so I wouldn’t update to that firmware. In the meantime check out his mixtape on the App Store and listen to that while we wait.