A growing trend that I have seen recently is that jailbreakers are coming to / r / jailbreak or other social media to find the tweaks they want to their iPhone or iPad. One of the searches I have seen is how to lock apps on iOS 14. If you have jailbroken your iPhone, it will not be difficult for you to work with app lock tweak iOS 14 free. A-shields, the latest Cydia tweak you can download for free, quickly locks apps on the Home Screen. A-shields Tweak lock apps in iOS 14 on iPhone and iPad as well as your privacy from unwanted intrusion.
Furthermore, A-Shields allows you to lock the connectivity modules in the Control Center. And if you have connected to a specific WiFi network, you can turn off protection.
Once installed, A-Shields jailbreak tweak adds a preferences window to the Settings app in your iOS device under three categories: A-shields settings, Passcode settings, and Protected items. They are as shown in the screenshot below.
Here you can,
- Enable or disable it on demand
- Remember to unlock the session
- Show lock icon badge when you lock a specific app
- Disable Haptic when succeeding
- Customize the tweak (Need to purchase)
- Configure to Add passcode, Change passcode, and Remove passcode.
- Select apps you want to lock from the app list
- Lock the Control Center connectivity modules like,
iOS developer Baw Appie has released this tweak, and you can download it for free from MERONA Repository. http://repo.rpgfarm.com/
However, there is a tweak like BioProtect XS or even something with just a passcode to lock apps that works on iOS 14. But it’s not free, and you can download it from the BigBoss repository for $ 2.99. It allows you to protect your device in various methods like Face ID, Touch ID, and Passcode.
Are you also looking for a free app lock for iOS 14? If so, leave a comment below.