Do you listen to a lot of music on your jailbroken iPhone? If you do, then you might be interested in a jailbreak tweak that changes the aesthetics of your Lock Screen’s native music player interface.
Low Power Mode is an intelligent feature for preserving your iPhone or iPad’s battery life when you’ll be away from chargers for a prolonged period of time by disabling unnecessary features.
At the end of last year, iOS developer uz.ra released a jailbreak tweak called HALO to bring an iOS 16-like Lock Screen Now Playing interface to jailbroken iOS 15 devices. But building off of this concept, uz.ra this week launched a new jailbreak tweak called Resentment.
If you’re using a device that runs TrollStore 2, but isn’t jailbroken, then you have the option to download and install the RootHide Procursus-based bootstrap so that you can install jailbreak tweaks that modify applications on your device.
Among the many amazing jailbreak tweaks that iOS developer Elias Limneos is known for is AudioRecorder XS, a tool that allows users to record phone calls and FaceTime calls on their device and save the audio for review later.
TrollStore is an amazing utility that lets users perma-sign any .ipa or .tipa file as an app on their iPhone or iPad on certain firmware susceptible to a CoreTrust exploit without a computer.
It was only just last night that the RootHide development team pushed version 1.2 of its Procursus-based bootstrap for devices running iOS & iPadOS 14.0-17.0 with updated builds of Sileo and Zebra and a plethora of other bug fixes and improvements. But as it would seem, the team wasn’t done.
If you use the RootHide development team’s Procursus-based bootstrap, then you might be excited to learn that there’s an updated build available to the general public as of this Sunday afternoon.
Just in case you haven’t been paying attention to the community recently, Misaka project lead developer @straight_tamago recently released a new dedicated TrollStore installer for iOS & iPadOS 14.x-15.8.1 devices called TrollMisaka.
TrollStore, a perma-signing utility for iPhones and iPads that harnesses a CoreTrust exploit in iOS & iPadOS versions 14.0-16.6.1, 16.7 RC, and 17.0 to permanently install any .ipa file that you open with it without the re-signing requirements that come with sideloading, was updated this Friday evening to version 2.0.12.
The RootHide development team on Monday released version 1.1 of the public release of its Procursus-based bootstrap.
You may have received word of TrollStar, the newer and more lightweight TrollStore installer that lacks all the additional fluff that comes with using a package manager app to install TrollStore. But as you might recall, it’s only for iOS & iPadOS 16.0-16.6.1 devices.