Jailbreakers who want to stay in the know have a home here at iDB. Knowing that, we continuously monitor developments in the jailbreak space throughout the week and report on novel changes as they happen.
In this roundup, we’ll do what we do every weekend and give busy individuals a chance to look over all the fast-paced news that they might’ve missed throughout the week. We’ll organize all the content into one convenient and outlined piece.
Important stuff from this week
Dopamine jailbreak released
iOS developer Lars Fröder officially launched the much-anticipated Dopamine jailbreak for arm64e devices (A12-A15) running iOS or iPadOS 15.0-15.4.1 on Tuesday evening.
This jailbreak is rootless, but can be perma-signed with the TrollStore utility.
You can learn more about Dopamine in our full news post.
How to jailbreak with Dopamine
We show you the step-by-step process to install the Dopamine jailbreak for arm64e devices (iPhone XS and newer) running iOS or iPadOS 15.0-15.4.1.
Check out the full tutorial post for more details.
The Dopamine jailbreak received updates to versions 1.0.1, 1.0.2, and 1.0.3 this week with minor bug fixes and improvements. Those updates are discussed in the following news pieces:
XinaA15 and Dopamine compatibility
As it turns out, both the XinaA15 and Dopamine jailbreaks can be safely installed on the same device, assuming the device meets the firmware criteria of both tools. This was confirmed by Dopamine lead developer Lars Fröder.
Both jailbreaks are for certain versions of iOS or iPadOS 15 on A12-A15 devices, and since one works in a rootful manner and the other works in a rootless manner, they won’t affect one another.
You can find out more about this tidbit in our full PSA post.
Zebra updated to v1.1.3
The Zebra package manager app was updated to version 1.1.31 on Tuesday with a slew of enhancements for both rootful and rootless jailbreaks.
One of the most important changes is the Newfangled readiness for the new Dopamine jailbreak.
You can find out everything new in Zebra v1.1.31 in our full news post.
The Sideloady application for macOS and Windows that allows iPhone and iPad users to sideload apps onto their device was updated to version 0.41.1 on Tuesday.
The latest build of Sideloady makes the app JIT compilation-capable and enhances the reliability of the Mail app plugin, among other things.
You can learn more about everything new in Sideloady v0.41.1 in our full news post.
Sirius247 makes all his tweaks free
iOS developer Sirius247 announced the creation of a new repository where his jailbreak tweaks would begin being hosted.
But more importantly, those jailbreak tweaks are now free to download instead of being paid.
You can learn more about this change in our full news post.
Nexus adds rootless support
The popular Nexus jailbreak tweak for making the iOS 14 and 15 Lock Screen look more like it does on iOS 16 has been updated to support the Dopamine rootless jailbreak on A12-A15 devices running iOS 15.0-15.4.1.
You can learn more about this update and what it brings to the table in addition to Dopamine support in our full news post.
BetterAlarm gets iOS 15 & 16 support
BetterAlarm, the popular jailbreak tweak for enhancing the alarm user interface on jailbroken iPhones, is now updated to work on iOS 15 and 16 on the latest jailbreaks, including Dopamine and palera1n.
You can learn more about what’s new in our full news post.
CarBridge adds rootless support
The latest update to CarBridge now allows jailbreakers who use the rootless dynamic on iOS 15 or 16 to use their favorite apps on their CarPlay-enabled head unit whether CarPlay supports them officially or not.
This powerful tweak adds a lot of flexibility to iPhone users in the car, but with great power comes great responsibility, and users shouldn’t attempt to control their iPhone while driving.
You can learn more about the latest CarBridge update in our full review post.
Velvet 2 adds iOS 15 & 16 support
Velvet 2, a popular jailbreak tweak for customizing a handset’s notification banners, was updated this past week to support the latest iOS 15 and 16 jailbreaks whether they’re rootless or not.
You can learn more about what you can do with Velvet 2 in our full news post.
DLEasy adds rootless support
With the DLEasy jailbreak tweak, you can download photos and videos from your news feed in almost any social media application for your iPhone, and it just added support for rootless jailbreaks on iOS & iPadOS 15 and 16.
You can learn more about what this means for you in our full news post.
Cardculator gets Dopamine support
The Cardculator jailbreak tweak just this week added official support for the Dopamine rootless jailbreak for arm64e devices (A12-A15) running iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.4.1.
You can find out more about why this tweak exists and how it’s an upgrade over stock in our full news post.
Everything else from this week
Bolders Reborn: Do more to customize your jailbroken device’s Home Screen folders (free via Chariz repository — review post)
FixDisneyPlus: Allows jailbreakers to use the Disney+ app on devices that aren’t running iOS or iPadOS 15.3 or later (free via yandevelop’s GitHub — review post)
LSDirectTouch: Enable Lock Screen Quick Action buttons by touching them instead of 3D Touch or Haptic Touch gesturing them (free via NoisyFlake’s GitHub — review post)
NoFreeAppLimit15: Lets Dopamine and palera1n jailbreakers on iOS 15 sideload more than three apps at a time with a free Apple Developer account (free via alias20’s repository — review post)
Miss last week’s roundup? palera1n-c adds iOS 16.4.1 support, comprehensive TrollStore guide, & more…
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- Tweaks for 3D Touch & Haptic Touch
- Tweaks for AirPods
- Tweaks for All-in-One lovers
- Tweaks for Android UI
- Tweaks for Animations
- Tweaks for App Icons
- Tweaks for Apple Pay & Wallet
- Tweaks for Apple Pencil
- Tweaks for Apple Watch
- Tweaks for App Library
- Tweaks for Audio
- Tweaks for Battery management
- Tweaks for Calls
- Tweaks for CarPlay
- Tweaks for CCSupport
- Tweaks for Cellular connectivity
- Tweaks for Clock and Time
- Tweaks for Colorization
- Tweaks for Contacts
- Tweaks for Control Center
- Tweaks for Convenience & Accessibility
- Tweaks for Conversation Starting
- Tweaks for Dark Mode
- Tweaks for Data Spoofing
- Tweaks for Display
- Tweaks for Emergencies
- Tweaks for Gaming
- Tweaks for Haptic Feedback
- Tweaks for the Home Screen
- Tweaks for iOS 16 Features
- Tweaks for iPads
- Tweaks for the Keyboard
- Tweaks for Location Services
- Tweaks for the Lock Screen
- Tweaks for macOS
- Tweaks for the Messages app
- Tweaks for Minimalism
- Tweaks for Mood Boosting
- Tweaks for Morning Routines
- Tweaks for Motivation
- Tweaks for the Notch
- Tweaks for Notes
- Tweaks for Notifications
- Tweaks for Novelty
- Tweaks for Nuisance Pop-ups
- Tweaks for Organization
- Tweaks for palera1n
- Tweaks for Passcodes
- Tweaks for the Now Playing interface
- Tweaks for Package Managers
- Tweaks for the Phone app
- Tweaks for Photography
- Tweaks for the Photos app
- Tweaks for Porting Features
- Tweaks for Productivity
- Tweaks for Reachability
- Tweaks for Respringing & Rebooting
- Tweaks for Security
- Tweaks for Sensors
- Tweaks for Shortcuts
- Tweaks for Social Media
- Tweaks for Sounds
- Tweaks for the Status Bar
- Tweaks for Time Management
- Tweaks for Typing
- Tweaks for Utilitarianism
- Tweaks for Volume
- Tweaks for Wallpapers
- Tweaks for Weather
- Tweaks for Web Browsing
- Tweaks for Widgets
- Tweaks for Windows
- Tweaks for Wi-Fi
- Tweaks for YouTube
What has been your favorite jailbreak tweak release and/or news tidbit from this past week? Let us know in the comments section down below.