Jailbreak tweaks of the week: IAmLazy, Liddel, NetFence, & more…

If you’ve got a jailbroken iPhone or iPad at your disposal, then you’ve likely got an itch for finding and installing the latest and greatest jailbreak tweaks.

Fortunately for you, we’re back with a new edition of the jailbreak tweaks of the week, where we’ll be discussing all the latest releases and jailbreak-centric news in one easy-to-digest piece.

In thus roundup, we’ll showcase all the latest stuff from Monday, May 31st, to Sunday, June 6th. As always, we’ll kick things off by discussing our favorite releases first and then wrap things up with an outline of everything else afterward.

So without further ado, let’s get started!

Our favorite releases this week

IAmLazy – FREE

IAmLazy is a useful tweak for anyone who does a lot of switching between devices or jailbreaks.

This add-on lets users back up their jailbreak tweaks and packages so that they can be installed in just a few taps rather than manually via a package manager.

You can learn more about IAmLazy and why it might be able to save you some time in our full review.

Liddel – FREE

Liddel gives jailbreakers a way to shrink and customize their handset’s notification banners.

It’s no secret that iOS’ notification banners take up more space than they need to, and Liddel makes absolute sure that they don’t. As a bonus, it provides a ton of options to customizing their aesthetics.

You can learn more about Liddel and what you can do with it in our full review.

Luv – FREE

Luv offers Spotify users an easier way to like or dislike songs from anywhere in iOS.

The tweak adds a convenient floating heart button to your screen that follows you around in any app you open, and you can use it to like or dislike a track on demand.

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

NetFence – $3.99

NetFence is an effective outgoing firewall for your jailbroken iPhone or iPad that provides a comprehensive report about the types of network requests being made on your handset.

With it, you can block requests made by certain hosts or apps, view detailed graphs and data lists, and develop a better understanding of the types of services that are tracking you.

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

Other releases this week

Ablaze: Colorful animated music backgrounds (free via level3tjg repository)

AlwaysLandscape: Force landscape orientation in specific apps (free via Henryli17’s repository)

BigBang Shortmoji2 Extension: A BigBang shortcut for Shortmoji (free via Packix repository)

BlurryBadges: Give your notification badges a different aesthetic (free via PoomSmart’s repository – review)

Chromatic: Colorize the iOS 13 Music app (free via Henryli17 repository)

EasySearchDismissal: Dismiss an empty search bar with one tap from the keyboard (free via henryli17 repository)

Exchangent2: Poof Exchange/Active-Sync user agent (free via julioverne repository)

IGClassicLayout: Compose and likes at the bottom of the Instagram app, the rest at the top (free via PoomSmart’s repository)

Messenger Search Privacy: Hides Suggested and Recent search results from the Facebook Messenger app to protect your privacy from onlookers (free via Packix repository)

NBKJB: Bypass jailbreak detection in the NBK app (free via julioverne repository)

No2Theft4: Helps prevent device theft with useful features ($1.99 via Packix repository – review)

No3DLines14: Disables the separator lines in the Home Screen’s Haptic Touch menus (free via Henryli17’s repository)

NoPastedFrom: Removes iOS 14’s “Pasted From XXX” banner when moving between apps with clipboard content (free via Brend0n’s repository)

NoSpatialAudioBtn: Removes the spatial audio button from Control Center’s volume slider menu (free via Packix repository)

PasswordAutofillDisableGD: Prevents the password auto-fill prompt from appearing at the top of the keyboard (free via GitHub)

ResearchSpoof: Make your device look like it’s being used for security research (free via level3tjg repository)

RetroVol: Brings an older-style TV volume bar to jailbroken iPhones (free via wrp1002 repository – review)

ShyNC: Disables the Notification Center gesture for all of certain apps (free via BigBoss repository – review)

SpotilifeFix: A fix for Spotilife (free via ginsu’s repository)

Tweak Settings: Organize all of your jailbreak tweak settings into one convenient and dedicated app on your Home Screen (free via CreatureSurvive repository – review)

Vedette: Easily monitor and terminate CPU-hogging processes on your iPhone or iPad (free via udevs repository – review)

Walletigious: Removes the MagSafe animation when connecting a MagSafe-enabled wallet to your iPhone (free via aPrestigiousRepo repository – review)

YTNoShortsButton: Removes the Shorts button from the YouTube app’s Tab Bar (free via Galactic Dev repository – review)

Other important jailbreak news from this week

The best jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14’s Messages app: Take a peek as we roundup some of the best jailbreak tweaks we’ve reviewed for the Messages app on iOS 14.

New Exploit?: @Xerub shared that a new bug allowed arbitrary code execution on iOS & iPadOS 14.5.1 and below. A write-up should be coming in the future.

Sileo Updated: Sileo was updated to version 2.1 with one of the lengthiest change logs ever provided for the package manager.

Although that wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak-centirc roundup, we’ll be right back again next Sunday with a roundup just like this one, albeit with refreshed content from the upcoming work week.

Miss last week’s roundup? Current, Nova, YTClassicQualitySelector, & more…

We’d love to hear from you in the comments section down below – let us know what your favorite jailbreak tweak release or jailbreak news tidbit was from this past week.