A few months ago, we published an article about the TweakCount jailbreak tweak, showing how many tweaks and extensions you have installed on your jailbroken iPhone. Especially, it displayed tweak counts at the top of its preference list in the settings app. iOS developer Luki120 has released the Elixir tweak. It performs a similar function to the TweakCount tweak and counts the number of tweaks you have installed if you have a Shuffle, Orion or TweakSettings tweak installed on your iPhone.

In particular, you need to keep in mind that Elixir needs to have one of this Shuffle, Orion, or TweakSettings installed to work correctly. However, this is not a problem as jailbreakers must have already installed one or all above. As the developer states, the tweak is NOT compatible with standard settings without preference organizers.

As depicted in the screenshot below, Elixir shows the count bottom of the Shuffle and the top of the TweakSettings app. Once installed, it doesn’t provide any settings to configure because it’s simple.

Elixir Tweak iOS 14 Preview
Elixir Tweak iOS 14 Tweak Count Preview (Left – Shuffle and Right – TweakSettings)

How to download Elixir Tweak?

Those interested in trying out the Elixir tweak can download it for free from the Luki120’s repository. Elixir supports jailbroken iOS 14 devices, and it is also open-source on the developer’s GitHub page.

If you haven’t already used the Luki120 repo, you can add it using the URL below.


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