Jailbreak tweaks of the week: ConfirmPasteboard, Enlighten, iustum, and more…

One thing most jailbreakers have in common is that they like to configure their device in ways that Apple would never allow out of the box. One of the best ways to do that is with the help of jailbreak tweaks.

In this roundup, we’ll showcase all the latest jailbreak tweaks released from Monday, August 31st to Sunday, September 6th. As usual, we’ll kick things off by discussing our favorite releases first and then wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.

Our favorite releases this week

Coeus – FREE

Coeus is an easy recommendation for this list because it makes Control Center that much more useful by adding a plethora of toggles that wouldn’t even be imaginable on a stock handset.

With Coeus, you can add custom app shortcuts and Activator shortcuts to a new module in the Control Center interface for ease of access.

You can learn more about Coeus and how it works in our full review.

ConfirmPasteboard – FREE

With privacy-centric concerns on the rise, now is a better time than ever to ensure that your device’s pasteboard can’t be snooped on by your favorite apps.

ConfirmPasteboard is a new jailbreak tweak that brings this feature to jailbroken iOS 13 devices, long before it becomes available with iOS 14 later this Fall.

You can learn more about ConfirmPasteboard and how it works in our full review.

Enlighten – $1.99

Enlighten is a new jailbreak tweak that tries to bring better low light camera performance to iPhones, especially older ones that don’t have access to Apple’s native Night Mode feature.

The tweak uses advanced photo capturing algorithms to ensure high quality photographs in dark situations without the unsightly halo effects that Apple’s own system sometimes introduces.

You can learn more about Enlighten and how it improves low light photography on the iPhone in our full review.

iustum – FREE

With the iPad’s large and, frankly, desktop-esque display real estate, it’s somewhat disappointing that Apple didn’t make the iPad’s notifications system more like the one in macOS.

A new jailbreak tweak called iustum brings a macOS-inspired notification banner system to the iPad by shrinking the overall size of banner notifications and pushing them off to the right side of the display.

You can learn more about iustum and where you can get it in our full review.

Other releases this week

DisableDeviceLock: Prevents your device from being locked until disabled (free via BigBoss repository)

F Tumblr Ads: Removes ads from the Tumblr app (free via BigBoss repository)

FullPlay: A full-screen Now Playing viewer for the Apple Music application (free download available on /r/jailbreak)

Iris12: Live Photos support on unsupported iOS 12 devices (free via michaelmelita1 repository)

KeyboardTools: Adds more text editing tools directly to the iOS keyboard (free via BigBoss repository)

LeftyMessages: Makes it easier for left-handed people to use the Messages app (free via 0ver$hadowed repository – review)

Manaar: Lets you enable or disable your iPhone’s flashlight by double-pressing the power button (free via Packix repository)

Medusa12: Enables split view on the first-generation iPad Air with iOS 12 installed on it (free via michaelmelita1 repository)

Melody: Brings Now Playing music artwork to more areas of iOS for your viewing pleasure ($1.49 via Twickd repository – review)

MiniMessages: Change the appearance Messages app previews (free via BigBoss repository)

NetWorkManage: Lets you more easily manage your iOS device’s wireless network (free via BigBoss rpeository)

NotifyBarrage: A barrage of notifications (free via BigBoss repository)

OpenCV: A new library for iOS devices (free via Packix repository)

Raiffeisen Jailbreak Patch: A jailbreak detection patch for a Luxemburgish bank app (free via BigBoss repository)

SettingsNowPlaying: Set the Settings app background as the Now Playing album artwork (free via PopsicleTreehouse repository)

SmartNotifications: More user configuration in terms of what you can do with incoming notifications on a per-app basis ($1.99 via Packix repository – review)

Other important jailbreak news

iOS 13.7 released: Apple released a software update for iPhones and iPads. It can’t be jailbroken except via a hardware exploit like the one found in checkra1n.

libhooker updated: CoolStar released an updated version of the libhooker tweak injection method with optimizations to enhance memory usage requirements.

Odyssey v1.0.2 released: The Odyssey Team updated its jailbreak tool to fix kernel panics and to bundle the latest version of the Sileo package manager.

Wander: BurritoSoftware released an add-on for Apple’s Shortcuts app called Wander that lets users install and update the Odyssey jailbreak.

Wander Tutorial: Learn how to use the Wander add-on for Apple’s Shortcuts app in our detailed step-by-step tutorial.

Zebra: The Zebra package manager was updated to version 1.1.13 with bug fixes to improve the user experience on jailbroken handsets.

That just about wraps things up for this week’s roundup, but you’ll surely want to stay tuned to iDownloadBlog throughout the upcoming work week to ensure that you don’t miss a beat. Jailbreak tweaks and news are released on a regular basis, so you never know when something cool might tickle your fancy.

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