Some of the best data-spoofing jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14

There’s always a subtle urge by jailbreakers to have the ability to spoof information on their iPhone, whether it’s their location, a phone call, or something else of potential significance.

Fortunately, there are plenty of jailbreak tweaks that can be used to spoof information, and in today’s piece, we’ll be showing you what we believe are some of the best ones for iOS & iPadOS 14 devices.

So if you’re ready to fake various types of information, then dive right in with us as we take a look at some of the best options for doing exactly that.

Best data-spoofing jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14

Escape – $1.50

Sometimes you’re stuck in an awkward social situation where it might seem rude or otherwise even more awkward to abruptly leave. When that’s the case, a fake incoming phone call can save the day by giving you an excuse to leave the room — or whatever social setting you might be in at the time.

Escape is a jailbreak tweak that lets you spoof an incoming phone call. With it, you can choose a name for the incoming call and invoke it on demand to make it look like someone important is calling. Now, the next time you need an excuse to leave someplace uncomfortable, just say mom’s calling and walk out to ‘take the call.’

You can learn more about Escape in our full review post.

locsim – FREE

When you’re in a predicament where you need to fake your iPhone’s GPS location, one of the best ways to do that is with a free add-on called locsim.

With it, you can use Terminal to spoof your GPS location without having to use tweak injection whatsoever. This is especially useful for tricking games or apps into thinking you’re somewhere you’re not, but it can also be used to throw off potential stalkers who might’ve turned on your location sharing without your permission.

You can learn more about locsim and how to use it in our full review post.

RelocateMe – $2.99

RelocateMe is an app GUI for the locsim Terminal add-on discussed above.

If you’re not comfortable with using Terminal commands to spoof your location, then you can use RelocateMe to do it with a graphical user interface instead.

You can learn more about RelocateMe and how to use it in our full review post.

3DAppVersionSpoofer – FREE

Sometimes you can benefit from tricking your device into thinking that you’re running a specific version of an app that you’re not, and that’s exactly what the free 3DAppVersionSpoofer jailbreak tweak does.

Once installed, you can use a 3D Touch or Haptic Touch gesture on the app’s Home Screen icon and this will prompt you with the option to enter a custom version number for that app. This can prevent the app from asking you to continuously upgrade to a newer version of that app when you aren’t too keen on upgrading,

You can find out more about 3DAppVersionSpoofer in our full review post.

Logify – FREE

Sometimes you’re not trying to spoof an individual incoming call, but rather your entire call log history. Doing so can make it look like you’ve been receiving or placing phone calls that you haven’t.

The Logify jailbreak tweak is capable of this functionality, which allows you to edit your recent incoming and outgoing call log list to make it appear to others as if you’ve had a more active call history than you really did. You can also manipulate who it was that called or that you called.

You can find out more about Logify and how it works in our full review post.

HideSerialNumber – FREE

In those rare circumstances where you might want to spoof your handset’s identifiable data for the sake of screenshots and video recordings, the HideSerialNumber jailbreak tweak comes to mind.

This tweak can redact sensitive information, but it also provides the ability for users to enter their own information for things such as the serial number, IMEI number, and the likes.

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


That’s all we have for you in today’s roundup, but we’ll be right back with another piece just like this one very soon, albeit with a different category of jailbreak tweaks to improve the capabilities of your pwned device.

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Do you plan to take advantage of any of the aforementioned jailbreak tweaks to spoof data on your device? And if we missed anything that you use on a regular basis, then be sure to let us know in the comments section down below.