Finally ios 10.1 and 10.2 final jailbreak is here. It’s time to install your favorite tweaks and hacks on your jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. There was no publicly available jailbreak for iOS 10 and thanks to Ian Beer and the well-known Luca Todesco, for this jailbreak update.
And this page is continuously updated from the resources, you should be referring to it continually to see if any new packages have been added to the cydia directory. It should also definitely be checked before you actually take the jump and install something as this could bring about more concerning issues with your device than you’re really arranged to manage.
So, if you’re looking for jailbreak tweaks, here are a few that are compatible for iOS 10, iOS 10.1.1, iOS 10.2 we’ve shortlisted the top 20 iOS 10,10.1,10.2 jailbreak tweaks and apps that are worth trying out. So, lets get started.
1. Substrate Safe Mode
Safe mode is a feature of Cydia Substrate that prevents your device from entering a permanent crash cycle by giving you a chance to uninstall malfunctioning or unsupported tweaks without a complete device restore.
The new update, which comes with the build number 0.9.6000, is available right now from Cydia’s Changes tab after refreshing your sources, so long as you haven’t already updated it yet.
Alkaline is a brand new Cydia tweak which allows you to change the icon of the status bar indicator without installing the heavy tweaks like winterboard and all.
Alkaline comes with three themes options Bolus, Spots and Habesha. By default, Bolus is enabled. All these three themes bring different appearance to the battery icon. Depending on your style, you can select any of the themes. This tweak provides option to change the theme from the Settings app.
Alkaline is currently available in the Cydia’s ModMyi repo. If you decide to take it for a test drive, then let us know your experience in the comment section.
Repo : Link
3. Speed Intensifier
Speed Intensifier is a popular jailbreak tweak available in the cydia repository used for the speeding up of iOS animations and transitions, has now been updated to include support for iOS 10.
This tweak can be found in the insanelyi.com repo.Once the new repository is installed, do a search for Speed Intensifier. You should see the app as well as the Speed Intensifier Addon. I recommend installing both of these, as the add-on compliments the main application quite well.
Once installed, the tweak simply offers different levels of animation speedup, depending on what it is you want to tweak. You can also customize how fast things are made to happen, so you have the opportunity to tweak things to just how you like them.
Repo : Link
SmartTab is going to another brand new jailbreak tweak which enables you to wake/sleep your iOS device by simply double tapping display.
This tweak was developed by well-known developer Elias Limneos. It can also allows you to use a double-tap gesture on the iPhone’s screen to awaken it, and put it to sleep. You can use other gestures like a swipe-up or a swipe-down to unlock the device or launch applications.
SmartTap’s “smart touch detection” features is there to ensure that the device does not detect false touches while in your pocket, purse or other places where it could detect a false touch. If you find that you have a hard time getting SmartTap to recognize your input, you may want to consider disabling this feature. If you decide to take it for a test drive, then let us know your experience in the comment section.
Repo : Link
One of the features that is highly anticipated by iOS users is dark mode. Eclipse 4 is an amazing tweak that brings night mode across the entire iOS interface. It applies a dark color scheme to the interface of your apps, making it easier to read at night and reduces the amount of strain on your eyes.
Keep in mind that when you install the tweak, all the applications are disabled by default. If you’d like to enable dark mode for any of your apps, simply go to the Enabled Applications section in Settings and turn on the toggle for that app. Also make sure to re-launch that app for the dark mode effect to be applied.
If you’ve been waiting eagerly for Eclipse to support iOS 10, then now’s the time to get your hands on it. Let us know what you think about it in the comments below.
Repo : Link