How to get rid of low power alerts when your battery dips to 10 or 20 percent

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The low power alerts that pop up at the most inopportune times when using your iPhone need to die. At least that’s according to developer hiroshit, the creator of a new jailbreak tweak dubbed NoLowPowerAlert.

NoLowPowerAlert is an extremely simple tweak with no options to configure. It allows you to completely disable the low power alerts that pop up on your iOS device when your battery hits 20 or 10 percent of remaining power. Have a look at our walkthrough inside to see how it works in action.

Since there are no settings to configure for NoLowPowerAlert, the tweak is a simple install-and-go affair. Once it’s installed, you should no longer receive those annoying pop-up alerts when your battery is waning. This does, of course, mean that you’ll have to be a bit more diligent when it comes to managing your battery, but you knew that already.

If you want to try NoLowPowerAlerts, you can find it free of charge on Cydia’s BigBoss repo. Let me know what you think about it in the comments down below.