Want an Android 12-inspired Lock Screen on the face of your jailbroken iPhone? If so, then we’ve got a treat for you.
Android LS is a newly released and free jailbreak tweak created by iOS developer Lillie that imports Android 12’s Lock Screen aesthetics to any liberated iPhone running iOS 13 or 14.
Discerning the screenshot example above, we see that Android LS provides a massive time display in the center of the screen, with the date displayed just above and to the left of that.
As an added bonus, your handset’s current battery level will be indicated at the bottom-center of the display, between iOS’ native Quick Action buttons.
Once installed, users will discover a dedicated preference pane for Android LS in the Settings app where they can configure a bevy of different options:
Configurations here include:
- Toggle Android LS on or off on demand
- Enable and choosing a custom color to use for the time and date displays
- Hide or show the battery level percentage
- Align the battery level percentage to the bottom of the screen
- Hide the Lock Screen’s page dots
- Reset the options to their defaults
- Respring your device to save any changes you’ve made
Although I’m much more heavily invested in the iOS ecosystem than Android, I will admit that I think Android gets some aesthetics right. The massive time indicator on the Lock Screen, sometimes paired with natively-operable always-on display hardware, is just one of those things.
If you’re interested in adding this aesthetic to your jaikbroken iPhone, but ixnay the always-on display, then Android LS is available as a free download from Lillie’s personal repository via any package manager of your choosing.
Those who aren’t already taking advantage of Lillie’s personal repository can add it to their package manager app of choice via the URL specified below:
Please note that while Android LS supports jailbroken iOS 13 and 14 devices, the developer is actively working on bug fixes for notched handsets. It’s also worth noting that the tweak isn’t compatible with Axon and may conflict with other Lock Screen tweaks.
Do you plan to overhaul your pwned iPhone’s Lock Screen with an Android 12-inspired aesthetic? Be sure to let us know why or why not in the comments section down below.