Genesis 2 – The new all-in-one jailbreak tweak you don’t want to miss

Given just how easy it is to rack up an expensive bill in the process of buying paid jailbreak tweaks these days, it’s no wonder why all-in-one jailbreak tweaks have become so popular as of late. Not only can they give you more bang for your buck, but they can also free up system sources by reducing the number of tweaks that hook into processes on your device.

In this review, we’ll be taking a closer look at a new jailbreak tweak called Genesis 2 by iOS developer ItzNebbs. Genesis 2 is the latest all-in-one extension to be released for jailbroken devices, and as you’ll soon learn, it offers and slew of powerful tools for customizing various user interfaces found throughout iOS.

In the screenshot examples above, you’ll see just a few examples of what Genesis 2 is capable of. From left to right, you’ll notice a colorized and more powerful power menu, a redesigned Lock Screen, and an augmented Control Center module system with percentages. The fun doesn’t end there; once installed, the tweak adds a dedicated preference pane to the Settings app where users can configure various other things:

Here, you can:

  • Toggle Genesis 2 on or off on demand
  • Customize the Control Center interface
  • Customize the Lock Screen interface
  • Customize the Power Menu interface
  • Customize the SpringBoard interface
  • Customize the Status Bar interface
  • Customize various system-wide interfaces
  • And more…

Just as you’d come to expect from an iDownloadBlog review, we’ll take you through each of the aforementioned sections below so that you know what you’re getting yourself into:

Control Center

In the Control Center preference pane, users can:

  • Enable percentage labels in supported modules
  • Make modules rounded

Lock Screen

In the Lock Screen preference pane, users can:

  • Left, center, or right-align the Lock Screen text
  • Configure various design options for the Lock Screen user interface:
    • Enable or disable the new design on demand
    • Choose between an adaptive or custom date color aesthetic
    • Configure a custom date color if custom was selected
    • Configure a custom date format
    • Adjust the date padding and size individually
    • Choose between and adaptive or custom time color aesthetic
    • Configure a custom time color if custom was selected
    • Configure a custom time format
    • Adjust the time padding and size individually
  • Hide the Control Center grabber
  • Hide the charging indicator
  • Hide the Face ID padlock glyph
  • Hide the “No Older Notifications” text string
  • Hide the page dots
  • Hide the unlock text
  • Hide the Quick Action background

Power Menu

In the Power Menu preference pane, users can:

  • Enable or disable the new Power Menu design
  • Choose between default, colorful, or PowerTap aesthetics


In the SpringBoard preference pane, users can:

  • Configure Dock-centric options:
    • Hide the Dock background
    • Allow more app icons in the Dock:
      • Choose how many app icons can be added (up to 10)
    • Resize Dock app icons:
      • Choose a custom size percentage
    • Configure Folder-centric options:
      • Hide the Folder backgrounds
      • Hide the Folder title labels
    • Configure Icon-centric options:
      • Colorize icon labels:
        • Choose a custom label color
      • Hide icons from the Home Screen:
        • Choose the apps that will be hidden
      • Hide icon labels entirely
    • Configure Page-centric options:
      • Hide page dots from the Home Screen
      • Customize app icon positioning on the Home Screen:
        • Adjust top inset amount
        • Adjust bottom inset amount
        • Adjust side inset amount
      • Customize the number of columns allowed on the Home Screen (up to 10)
      • Customize the number of rows allowed on the Home Screen (up to 10)
      • Resize app icons:
        • Customize size based on a percentage

Status Bar

In the Status Bar preference pane, users can:

  • Configure custom battery icon options:
    • Hide the charging bolt glyph
    • Show the battery percentage in the icon itself
    • Use custom colors for the following states:
      • Charging
      • Fully charged
      • Low Power Mode
      • High battery (70% to 100%)
      • Medium battery (30% to 69%)
      • Low battery (0% to 29%)
    • Hide Breadcrumb links
    • Hide the Location icon


In the System-wide preference pane, users can:

  • Add a Respring button to the Settings app
  • Hide separators throughout iOS
  • Hide SIM alerts
  • Hide tab labels
  • Resize the Home Bar:
    • Configure a custom height
    • Configure a custom width
    • Configure a custom corner radius

The developer provides an Apply button at the top right of the preference pane to help you save any changes you make. Please note that not all options appear until you first begin interacting with certain options. For example, options that depend on another option being turned on will remain hidden until the dependency option is turned on to conserve space and simplify the preference pane for the end user.

At first glance, Genesis 2 looks like a fun and useful all-in-one add-on with a lot of options that jailbreakers should and could have a lot of fun tinkering with. Genesis 2 is available to purchase for $2.00 from the Packix repository via any package manager of your choosing and supports jailbroken iOS 13 & 14 devices.

What was your favorite options bundled with the new Genesis 2 tweak? Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below.