Just under two months ago, we showed you a jailbreak tweak called Nexus by iOS developer iCraze that mimics an iOS 16-style Lock Screen on older version(s) of iOS.
Now that the Dopamine jailbreak is officially out for A12-A15 devices running iOS 15.0-15.4.1, it’s worth mentioning that Nexus has been updated to support the rootless dynamic that Dopamine runs on.
Nexus brings a plethora of Lock Screen-centric customization options to the table. Just to make a few:
- Customize the time’s characteristics
- Customize the date’s characteristics
- Customize notification characteristics
- Customize Lock Screen Quick Actions
- Customize Lock Screen Face ID glyph
Extending beyond the features mentioned above, and the newfangled Dopamine rootless jailbreak support, we can gather from a recent post on /r/jailbreak by the developer that the latest version of Nexus also introduces the following changes and improvements:
– Adds option to stop the configuration menu from opening whilst the device is locked.
– Adds “Save wallpaper” button.
– Adds “Disable translations” option.
– Adds basic support for alternate calendar dates.
– Redesigns configuration menu.
– Fixes issue with Ukrainian translation.
– Fixes issue with localization failing if the current language pack does not exist.
– Fixes disappearing time bug caused by race condition.
– Fixes freeze/safe mode when user installs custom fonts incorrectly.
– Fixes X offsets not applying on iPads when the device is horizontal, with alignment set to Left/Right.
– Reworks landscape detection logic, fixing a bug where the configuration menu may open incorrectly on iPhones/iPods.
If you’re already a Nexus owner, then the latest update is available to you for free. Anyone who doesn’t already own Nexus can acquire it from the Havoc repository for $1.99. A jailbroken device running iOS 14 or 15 is required to run Nexus.
Are you planning to take advantage of Nexus on your handset jailbroken via Dopamine? Let us know in the comments section down below.