Jailbreak tweaks of the week: CarPlayEnable, ReProvisionFix, SendToDesktop, & more…

There have been a number of interesting jailbreak tweak releases lately, and to top it all off, a good bit of jailbreak-centric news made rounds. The point of posts like these? To bring it all together for you.

In this piece, we’ll showcase all the latest jailbreak tweak releases and news from this past week. As always, we’ll kick things off with a summary of our favorite releases and then wrap things up with an outline of everything else afterward,

So without wasting even another second of your time, let’s get started:

Our favorite releases this week

CarPlayEnable – FREE

CarPlayEnable is a handy jailbreak tweak for iOS 14 users that allows even restricted apps to be accessed via CarPlay on your vehicle’s touch screen-enabled head unit.

With it, you can watch YouTube videos and browse the web from your car’s dashboard, however we strongly recommend that you don’t do this while the car is in motion.

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

ReProvisionFix – FREE

ReProvisionFix is a patch for the popular ReProvision signing app that addresses the app crashing associated with apps installed after January 28th.

The problem affected both AltStore and ReProvision, and while AltStore received an update to fix the problem, ReProvision is at the end of its life, so the developer did not release an update. Simply installing this patch, however, should fix the problem for ReProvision loyalists.

You can learn more about ReProvisionFix in our full review.

SendToDesktop – FREE

While Mac users have the convenience of AirDrop, quickly sending a file from your iPhone to your Linux or Windows PC isn’t quite as straightforward.

SendToDesktop is a simple and free jailbreak tweak that initiates an SSH connection between your iPhone and your computer and then adds a new sharing option to iOS’ native share sheet. With it, you can easily send a file to your computer as long as it’s on the same local network.

You can learn more about SendToDesktop in our full review.

Other releases this week

AgentCamera: Lets you snap photos and record videos without anyone around you noticing ($1.99 via Packix repository)

cRaZyTeXt: Easily converts normal text into sPoNgEcAsE with the tap of a button (free via Sudhip repository – review)

Marker: Better swipe-based text selection and cursor movements for your keyboard (free via MiRO repository – review)

Pop Notifications: Eliminates the need to tap on an “Open” button when launching a notification on an iPhone X that has been jailbroken on iOS 14 with checkra1n (free via Burrit0z repository – review)

RoCordvise: An alternative to iSupervisor (free via rocord repository)

SortingSwipe: Allows jailbreakers to sort their Home Screen icons by alphabetical order or by color with a swipe gesture (free via Lightmann repository – review)

Total Charge Tones: Makes your iPhone play an alert sound when the battery charges to 100% (free via BigBoss repository – review)

Additional jailbreak-related news

cicuta_virosa: A new kernel-level exploit has been released for all devices running iOS 12.0-14.3, and it could potentially be used to make a jailbreak.

futurerestore: An update to futurerestore now allows downgrades to unsigned versions of iOS & iPadOS 14, assuming you have the necessary blobs saved.

iOS 14.1: A Local Privilege Escalation exploit was demoed on an iPhone 12 running iOS 14.1 by the same hacker that showed off a jailbreak for an iPhone 11 running iOS 14.0 this past weekend.

State of iOS 14 jailbreak: If you’re wondering when the next iOS 14 jailbreak will be released, this is a good read.

That wraps things up for this week’s comprehensive jailbreak tweak and jailbreak news roundup, but we’ll be back again next Sunday with a very similar easy-to-digest roundup just like this one.

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What was your favorite jailbreak tweak or jailbreak-related news tidbit from this past week? Be sure to let us know down in the comments section below.