Apple has let you find the most helpful information specific to your iPhone or iPad in the Settings app by default. But some valuable information has been expressly hidden from their users because Apple simply thinks it’s better. However, some jailbreakers don’t like Apple’s these kinds of decisions. So, iOS developer TitanD3v has released the latest jailbreak tweak called iDevices. It allows jailbreakers to access every piece of information on their devices everywhere.
Especially, iDevices is the best all-in-one hub for viewing various forms of device information in one place. It displays both typically elusive information, such as active RAM usage, and information that users already view in the Settings app.
The iDevices tweak also comes with seven different gesture choices, and it gives you a smooth and feature-rich user experience similar to the native settings app. You can see the promotional YouTube video provided by the developer below.
iDevices Tweak Features
- View iCloud information
- Enable or disable iCloud backup
- Check the last iCloud backup
- Create an iCloud backup
- View iCloud-linked devices information
- Manage iCloud devices such as Macs, Apple TVs, and other iOS devices
- View in-depth information about devices
- View Battery information, and device Storage information
- See RAM data, and About device information
- View Installed software
- See installed apps on your device, and the last time you opened apps
- See installed jailbreak tweaks on your device
- Organize installed jailbreak tweaks by group
- View device locking and booting statistics information
- See the last time-locked and unlocked your device
- See the last time you respring your device
- Check the name of the previous app you used
Then, after installing the iDevices tweak, users can access a dedicated preference window in the Settings app to activate the tweak and configure a few options.
iDevices Tweak Settings
- Enable/disable iDevices on demand
- Choose a preferred activation gesture
- Tap and hold on to the Status Bar
- Double-tap the Status Bar
- Triple-tap the Status Bar
- Double-tap the Dock
- Press the volume up button
- Press the volume down button
- Shake the device
- Setup a preferred color scheme
- Colorize individual elements
- Cover icon
- Cover title
- Secondary font
- Title font
- Subtitle font
- Navigation bar
- Backup start button,Backup cancel button
- Backup progress
- Battery ring
- Low battery
- Normal battery
- Total RAM
- Free RAM
- Used RAM
- Setup miscellaneous options
- Enable and choose a custom cover image
- Enable/disable haptic feedback
- Select between light, medium, or heavy haptic feedback
- Enable new version release alerts
Therefore, those interested in giving the iDevices tweak a try can download it from the TitanD3v repository via your favorite package manager app. After installation, then the user can activate the tweak for $2.00. The tweak also supports jailbroken iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 devices only.
You can add TitanD3v’s repository via the following URL.
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