You are reading the article Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: Dndswitch, Lottienotifications, Smartvolumemixer2, & More… updated in February 2024 on the website Tai-facebook.edu.vn. We hope that the information we have shared is helpful to you. If you find the content interesting and meaningful, please share it with your friends and continue to follow and support us for the latest updates. Suggested March 2024 Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: Dndswitch, Lottienotifications, Smartvolumemixer2, & More…
It’s already that time of the week again, and that means we’re coming back at you with another jailbreak tweak and news-oriented roundup.
In this roundup, we showcase all the latest jailbreak tweak releases from Monday, January 11th to Sunday, January 17th. We’ll begin by kicking things off with a display of our favorite releases first, and then we’ll wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.
Without any further delay, let’s get started:Our favorite releases this week DnDSwitch – FREE
DnDSwitch is a no-brainer jailbreak tweak that upgrades the functionality of your handset’s ringer/silent switch by turning it into a Do Not Disturb toggle switch.
We say no-brainer because it includes the original functionality all while keeping notifications from bothering you even when you’re using your device. Obviously, you could turn Do Not Disturb back off again with the flip of a switch when you’re ready.
You can learn more about DnDSwitch in our full review.LottieNotifications – FREE
It joins a growing army of tweaks that enable Lottie-style animations on the platform, including LottieLockscreen and LottieStatusBar.
You can learn more about LottieNotifications and the things it can do for you in our full review.SmartVolumeMixer2 – $3.49
Your handset sports a plethora of different volume levels, including one for your media playback, one for connected headphones, another for Siri, and several others. It can be challenging to keep track of them all, and sometimes you end up blowing up your eardrums over it.
SmartVolumeMixer2 offers a smart solution to the aforementioned issue by providing users with a customizable and intuitive interface for controlling all those different volume levels at a glance.
You can learn more about SmartVolumeMixer2, how it works, and where you can get it in our full review.Other releases this week
Aestea Revived: Lets jailbreakers colorize their Control Center connectivity toggle buttons (free via Twickd repository – review)
CCUptime: Easily discern how long your jailbroken device has been jailbroken without interruption with the tap of a button (free via Packix repository – review)
ColorBorderTables: Allows jailbreakers to add custom colors to iOS’ table borders (free via BigBoss repository)
DebHoarder: Lets jailbreakers backup .deb files for Cydia, Zebra, or Installer (free via udevs repository)
GrabberInApps: Puts a useful grabber in full-screen video players with access to time and battery level (free via Twickd repository)
Labels+: Allows jailbreakers to personalize their Home Screen app label and notification experience ($0.99 via Packix repository – review)
MShut: Properly mutes conversations in the Messages app by preventing app icon badge counts from rising (free via udevs repository – review)
ReachSpring: Trigger a respring from anywhere with iOS’ native Reschability gesture (free via Twickd repository – review)
Signet: A tweak for Signal Messenger for disabling read receipts and/or the typing indicator, and keeping deleted messages (free via Fouad Raheb repository)
StopCamera: Disables the slide/button shortcut for the Camera app on the Lock Screen (free via BigBoss repository)
Stressful: Forces the Status Bar’s battery level indicator to always display 1% ($1.00 via Packix repository)Other important jailbreak news from this week
Chimera: The Chimera jailbreak tool has been updated to version 1.6.1. And yes, Chimera works on iOS 12.5.1.
Luca Todesco: Hacker and checkra1n team member Luca Todesco has teased pongoOS running on one of Apple’s brand-new M1 chip-equipped Macs.
Substitute Updates: Sam Bingner of the unc0ver team released Substitute version 2.0.4 on Wednesday and Substitute version 2.0.5 on Thursday with additional performance and stability improvements. It was then updated again on Saturday to version 2.0.6.
Ubuntu: A checkra1n jailbreak user managed to get Ubuntu version 20.04 running on their iPhone 7.
Although that wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweak and news roundup, we’ll be back again next Sunday with one just like this, but with updated jailbreak-centric content.
Miss last week’s roundup? Eneko, Little12, TimerIcon, & more…
You're reading Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: Dndswitch, Lottienotifications, Smartvolumemixer2, & More…
This week has been busy for those of us at iDB since iOS 10 was released to the public for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Of course, the jailbreak community doesn’t sleep just because Apple releases a new firmware update.
In this roundup, we’ll talk about all the jailbreak tweaks that were released in Cydia this week, starting with our favorites.Our favorite releases this week AppRestrict – $0.99
AppRestrict is a useful new jailbreak tweak that lets you impose time limits on specific apps to keep yourself more productive throughout the day.
It’s perfect for locking yourself out of those distracting social media apps that always end up sucking down all your time when you have more important things to do.
With configurable time limits that you can impose on a per-app basis, there is a lot of flexibility to play with.
You can read our full review to get a better understanding of how this tweak works and whether or not it should be installed on your device.FlashAlert – $1.99
FlashAlert is a cool new tweak that lets you assign fully-customized LED flash alerts to any apps you want to on your iPhone.
With all of the options you have, you can easily set a different kind of LED flash alert for each app you use regularly and tell which app is notifying you with just the LED flash alone. It isn’t mandatory to assign every app an LED flash alert, so you can simply set one up for your favorite apps.
Complete with options for flash intensity, different kinds of patterns, and also repeating settings, this tweak has a lot of options you can tinker with to get the LED flash notification experience you want, something Apple’s stock LED flash alerts fail to do.
To learn more about how this tweak works, head over to our full review.MusicalKeyboard – $0.99
MusicalKeyboard is a fun new tweak designed for music-lovers who also enjoy texting.
Although some people make their jailbroken devices stand out with themes and visual effects, this is a great way to show off the audible benefits of having a device you can do anything with.
To learn more about how the tweak works, check our our full review.Other releases this week
GlancesAirGlance: Brings an AirDrop & AirPlay extension to the Glances jailbreak tweak (free)
MessageTypingIndicators: Toggle the feature of iMessage that tells others when you’re typing (free –review)
MiNotifier2: Enhances the functionality of the Mi Band 2 smart bracelet ($2.49)
Quick Send: Relocates the Send button in the quick reply interface for faster sending (free – review)
Tweakify: Queues music to the top of a Spotify playlist instead of the bottom (free – review)
UndoRotation: Reveals a quick toggle button for undoing accidental display rotation (free – review)
xCon for PokemonGo: Enables Pokémon GO game play on jailbroken devices (free – review)
That wraps it up for this week’s jailbreak tweak releases, but you can be sure that Cydia will be up and kicking again this coming week with new home-brew improvements for iOS 9.
At the moment, there’s no jailbreak for iOS 10, but it’s believed that Pangu is working hard on one. Cross your fingers!
If you are itching to see more jailbreak tweaks, stay tuned to iDB and don’t forget to look over last week’s roundup just in case you missed anything special.
These past few weeks have been particularly interesting for the jailbreak community. Whether you’re waiting for a new jailbreak tool to officially drop or you’re following the intense security research aspect of things, it seems like there’s never a dull moment anymore.
In this roundup, we will discuss the latest jailbreak tweaks released from Monday, August 10th to Sunday, August 16th. As usual, we’ll kick things off by talking about our favorite releases first and then wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.Our favorite releases this week Hazmat – FREE
Hazmat is a new and free jailbreak tweak that lets iPhone and iPad users apply custom masks to the album artwork for the Apple Music and Spotify Music apps. The tweak can also apply these masks to Now Playing widget artwork.
You can learn more about Hazmat in our full review, and don’t forget to check out our review of Hazmat’s recently-released paid competitor, N95.Indy – $1.49
Indy is a rather unique new jailbreak tweak that lets users tap on individual elements of the Status Bar for more detailed information.
With it, you can see detailed networking information with the cellular and Wi-Fi indicators, view the complete date with the time indicator, and see more detailed battery usage information with the battery indicator, among other things.
You can learn more about Indy and what it can do for you in our full review.Selenium – FREE
Selenium is a new must-have tweak that lets users ‘snooze’ individual notifications for as long as they’d like.
After snoozing a notification, it’ll reappear in the same place after the designated time period is over. It’s a great way to get non-important notifications out of the way temporarily without clearing them entirely so that you can get back to them when you’re ready.
You can learn more about Selenium and how it works in our full review.Sonic – $1.99
If you like custom ringtones and wish it was a lot easier to create and import them directly on your device, then you’ll love a new app called Sonic.
This app comes with tools for clipping sound bites out of audio tracks and importing them to your ringtone library to be used as ring or text tones. The same can be achieved with computer software, but this is a good on-the-go option with an intuitive user interface.
You can learn more about Sonic and how it works in our full review.StorageByName – FREE
StorageByName is a new must-have jailbreak tweak that provides users with various ways to sort the app storage usage pane on their handset in any order they’d like.
If you’d rather sort by name or install date rather than by storage impact, then this tweak is for you. It can also sort using ascending or descending order.
You can learn more about StorageByName and why this is something Apple should have included out of the box in our full review.Other releases this week
AirpodsClassic: Fixes the AirPods no sound issue on iOS 6 (free via BigBoss repository)
Altilium: Adds a second low battery alert to jailbroken devices (free via Ametrine repository – review)
BHTwitter: Brings several useful power features to the official Twitter app (free via Packix repository – review)
CarLift: Lets you use an Activator action to disable Raise to Wake while CarPlay is connected (free via itzhouze GitHub)
Crescendo: Lets you customize the volume up/down increments (free via Yulky Tulky repository – review)
Hazmat Community Pack: Additional mask effects for the Hazmat tweak (free via Packix repository)
MusicChannel: Enable the hidden TV shows and movies options in the Music app (free via Packix repository)
N95: Brings a cool masking effect to the album artwork in the Apple Music app ($1.99 via Twickd repository – review)
NotiFill: A neat visual ‘loading’ effect for banner notifications (free via rafferli repository – review)
NotiLives: A cool effect for notifications (free via wrp1002 repository)
Numberfications: Makes Notification Center’s ‘clear’ button display a number to represent the number of notifications in that section (free via Dynastic Repo repository – review)
SiriCoinControl: Control the result of every Siri coin toss and be a cheater (free via wrp1002 repository – review)
SMServer: Send and receive text messages from a web browser (free via Twickd repository)
Sonic: Lets you create and import ringtones directly on your iPhone with minimal effort ($1.99 via Twickd repository – review)
Tabsa13: Enables browsing tabs in the Safari web browser for iOS (free via BigBoss repository – review)
ToneEnabler13: An iOS 13-compatible version of ToneEnabler for the new Sonic tweak (free via Twickd repository)
TweakSearch: Puts a search bar in the subsection for tweak preference panes if you have an organizer like PreferenceOrganizer2, Shuffle, or PerfectSettings installed (free via Packix repository)
TWOptions: Alerts for Twitter users when they use the ‘Follow,’ ‘Reply,’ ‘Retweet,’ ‘Like,’ and other features (free via BigBoss repository)
Violet: Makes your wallpaper into the Now Playing album artwork while listening to media (free via Litten repository – review)
WeatherGround (BETA): Weather in the Status Bar and more (free via Tr1fecta repository)
WiFi List: Lists saved Wi-Fi networks and their passwords (free via icaughtuapp repository – review)Other important jailbreak news
Checkra1n with SEPROM code execution: Hacker Luca Todesco teased SEPROM code execution with the checkra1n jailbreak, hinting at future support.
New type of jailbreak exploit: Hacker @08Tc3wBB teased having created a new breed of exploit for jailbreaking iOS that doesn’t use the tfp0 method.
That pretty much wraps everything up for this past work week’s tidbit of jailbreak tweak releases and vital jailbreak news, but we can assure you that there will be a lot more where that came from as the next week comes into focus. Be sure to keep it tuned to iDownloadBlog throughout the week to ensure that you don’t miss a beat.
Miss last week’s roundup? Check it out here: Dra1n, FlashNotify, PkgHistory, and more…
Got a jailbroken iOS handset at your disposal, but aren’t sure what you should do with it? We’ve got you covered.
This roundup will encompass all the latest jailbreak tweak releases from Monday, January 20th to Sunday January 26th. As usual, we’ll kick things off by discussing our favorites and then wrap things up with an outline of the rest afterward.Our favorite releases this week AutoHideHomeBarX – FREE
AutoHideHomeBarX is a clever jailbreak tweak that automatically hides the Home Bar when it isn’t in use.
You can learn more about AutoHideHomeBarX in our full review.Kalm – $1.99
Kalm is a beautiful new Lock screen interface for jailbroken handsets that displays pertinent information front-and-center without the need to tap or swipe on anything.
Among the information it displays is Weather data up next Calendar data, all nicely placed alongside the date and time.
You can learn more about Kalm in our full review.Mot – $2.49
For those who like keeping a stern eye on the weather throughout the day, a new jailbreak tweak called Mot ensures that you’ll always be in the loop of any upcoming rainstorms.
Mot adds a weather forecast directly to your Lock screen, just beneath the date and time. With it, you can see the highs and lows for the week and what the weather conditions are expected to be for each day.
You can learn more about Mot in our full review.Spectrum – FREE
If colorizing the iOS interface is something you enjoy doing, then you won’t want to miss a free release called Spectrum.
With this tweak, you can configure custom colors for a plethora of individual user interface elements in iOS.
You can learn more about Spectrum and what it can do for you in our full review.Other releases this week
BigYTMiniPlayer: Makes the YouTube app’s mini player on the iPhone look how it does on the iPad (free via galactic-dev repository)
BringBackIGLikes: Re-enables the Like feature in the Instagram app (free via BigBoss repository)
Chromatic: Colorize your Music app on iOS 13 (free via BigBoss repository)
CleanPlayer: Uncluttered your iPhone’s media player interface (free via Twickd repository)
CoolKeypad: Lets you customize the appearance of your iPhone’s dial pad ($0.99 via Twickd repository)
CustomLock 2: Lets you customize your Lock screen’s appearance ($1.50 via Twickd repository – review)
CustomPlayer: Allows users to customize their iPhone’s Media Player interface appearance (free via Packix repository – review)
DoubleTapRenameIconName: Lets you rename app icons on your Home screen with a double-tap (free via BigBoss repository)
ezskip: Lets you easily skip Now Playing music without unlocking your device ($0.99 via Packix repository – review)
fAirPlay: Disables AirPlay in the Safari app (free via BigBoss repository)
FlixRoulette for Netflix: Plays random episodes from your favorite Netflix TV shows (free via BigBoss repository)
GreatFolder: A tweak with options for folders on iOS 12 ($1.60 via Twickd repository)
iMessage RCE Patch: An experimental patch for the RCE vulnerability in the MEssages app in iOS 12.4 and earlier (free via BigBoss repository)
LatchKey New Themes: New themes for LatchKey ($0.99 via Packix repository)
LiveRings: A live icon for the Activity app on your Home screen (free via cpdigitaldarkroom repository – review)
Navale: Lets you add a colorful gradient to your iPhone’s Home screen Dock (free via Twickd repository)
NCC: Colors for notifications (free via Packix repository)
NiceLaunch: Hides the branded splash screens of the Instagram, WhatsApp, Google, and YouTube apps, among others ($1.50 via Packix repository)
NoYellowBattery: Prevents your Status Bar’s battery icon from turning yellow in Low Power Mode (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)
Pinky Ponk: A one-tap toggle for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (free via BigBoss repository)
Proudify: Colorize the Lock screen’s Face ID Lock icon (free via BigBoss repository – review)
RealKeys: Purportedly makes your keyboard more like a real keyboard with ‘truer’ haptic feedback (free via Dynastic Repo repository)
RecordInPlay: Purportedly a free version of RecordMusic Plus (free via Twickd repository)
Tempus Romanum: Brings Roman Numeral-esque time indicators to the Status Bar and Lock screen (free via Packix repository – review)
Vibe: Lets you give any app notification a custom vibration pattern (free via gilesgc repository)
VolbrateXI: Haptic feedback when pressing your iPhone’s volume buttons (free via Twickd repository)
YouTubeDarkModeSync: Syncs the YouTube app’s dark mode with iOS 13’s native dark mode (free via captinc repository)
That just about wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, but stay tuned to iDB throughout the week to remain updated regarding novel releases as they materialize.
If you’re looking for more tweaks, then consider adding third-party Cydia repositories to your device to expand your scope and check out last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup in case you missed anything special. We also have several dedicated roundups to help you find cool ways to tweak your jailbroken iOS device below:
Those interested in jailbreaking might also find the following tutorials helpful:
Just when we thought we were going through a small lull in the jailbreak community, Cydia is sparking up again with some jailbreak tweak releases that you can use to make your device do awesome new things it normally can’t do out of the box.
Int his roundup, we’ll discuss all the jailbreak tweaks that were released throughout the week, starting with our favorites and then outlining the rest of them afterwards.Our favorite releases this week
CCVertically – FREE
CCVertically is an interesting new jailbreak tweak that puts a vertical spin on Control Center.
You’re probably used to seeing everything horizontally, so the vertical view might take some getting used to, but it really doesn’t look that bad overall.
It comes with a few options to configure so you can choose what pages the effects work on and whether or not text appears, but the default settings are pretty good just how they come.
You can read our full review of CCVertically to learn more about how it works.
MusicMoreColumns – FREE
Admittedly, I’m not a fan of the most recent changes to the Music app, and the UI feels way too under-detailed to me.
A new free jailbreak tweak called MusicMoreColumns helps with the issue a little bit by adding a third column of music to the Music app. This means you can see more at a glance without having to do as much scrolling.
While it’s a minor adjustment, it really has a positive influence on the usage of the app, so I would recommend this to all jailbreakers who use the Music app to listen to songs.
You can read our full review of MusicMoreColumns to find out why the tweak is a beneficial addition to any device.
WAStatusVolume – $0.99
WAStatusVolume is a new jailbreak tweak that brings a WhatsApp-styled volume HUD to iOS.
This replaces the system-wide volume HUD that everyone loathes and it’s a better solution because it gets the point across and doesn’t take up much of the display.
You can customize where on the screen it appears and you can even tinker with the colors and such.
You can learn more about how WAStatusVolume works in our full review.Other releases this week
BatteryBanners: Use Activator to see a battery percentage indicator via a banner notification (free – review)
Bouncy10: A customizable bounce effect that impacts all of iOS (free – review)
CCStatus: Adjust the status text from your Control Center toggle buttons (free – review)
MoreRecentSongsPlz: Lets you see an unlimited number of recently-added songs in the Music app (free)
NGXPlay: Lets your CarPlay run any app you want it to (free)
NoBlurFrontCamera: Disables the blur effect from the front camera in the FaceTime app (free – review)
QuickFlash: A quick toggle for the flashlight from the Lock screen (free – review)
Reddit Enhanced: A suite of new tweaks and features for the official Reddit app (free – review)
SpringToolz: A Home screen app icon customization tweak (free – review)
SpoofSnap: Enables you to add fun and quirky new features to the Snapchat app (free)
TapToOpen: Open your Lock screen notifications by just tapping on them (free – review)
Although that wraps things up for this week, there are sure to be more jailbreak tweak releases throughout the coming week that you won’t want to miss. That said, stay tuned to iDB for all the latest jailbreak news and be sure to check out last week’s roundup to ensure you haven’t missed anything special.
If you’re looking for jailbreak tweaks that are specific to a certain part of iOS, take a peek the following dedicated roundups as well:
With the Electra Team’s Chimera jailbreak now available for all iOS 12.0-12.1.2 devices and Pwn20wnd working on Substitute support for jailbroken A12(X) devices using unc0ver, it’s an exciting time to be a jailbreaker. With that in mind, do you know what you should install on your jailbroken iPhone or iPad?
In this roundup, we’ll summarize each of this week’s new jailbreak tweak releases from Monday, April 29th to Sunday, May 5th. As usual, we’ll kick things off by discussing our favorites and then outline the rest afterward.Our favorite releases this week Gesto – $3.99
Gesto is a revolutionary upgrade from the traditional App Switcher that integrates the Control Center interface for improved utility and usefulness.
The tweak comes with several interface options and can also be used to quickly access system shortcuts or prevent certain apps from being killed via App Switcher swipes.
You can learn more about why you need Gesto in your life by reading our full review.HomeList – $2.99
The Apple Watch is capable of two different Home screen styles: grid view and list view. If you’re a fan of the latter and wish that you could also have a similar Home screen style on your iPhone, then you might enjoy a new jailbreak tweak called HomeList.
With HomeList, you can enjoy an alphabetically-sorted application list as your primary Home screen app launcher. What’s more is you can customize the interface with different blur styles, colors, and even hide or show the standard Dock.
You can learn more about HomeList and where you can get it in our full review.Remaining Charge Time – FREE
Remaining Charge Time is a captivating new jailbreak tweak that aims to let you know how much longer you have before your handset finishes charging.
The tweak displays the remaining time in place of the standard unlock text at the bottom of the Lock screen while your handset is connected to a power source, and it gradually updates as your handset begins to accumulate a charge.
You can learn more about Remaining Charge Time and how it works in our full review.Scribble – $1.49
Scribble is a fun and quirky new jailbreak tweak that replaces the Lock screen’s standard numeric passcode interface with a drawing pad, enabling you to doodle your way into your device rather than tapping on numbers.
You’ll be able to configure your doodle preference in the tweak’s settings, after which you’ll be able to unlock your device by drawing your doodle. Much like your passcode, you are the only one that will know your specific doodle.
You can learn more about Scribble and how it works in our full review.YTStatus – FREE
YTStatus is a jailbreak tweak that I’ve wanted for a long time, namely because it resolves one of my biggest gripes with the YouTube app. Once installed, it displays your Status Bar in the video controls interface that appears when you tap on the screen while a video plays in landscape orientation.
Before YTStatus, the only ways to view the Status Bar would be to open Control Center, rotate back to portrait orientation, or close the YouTube app, all of which are particularly intrusive when you simply want to check the time, your battery level, or your signal strength.
If you’re interested in learning more about how YTStatus works, then please let me direct you to our full review.Other releases this week
actualFBPullToRefreshView: Makes the Facebook pull to refresh glyph blue to match the app’s new aesthetic (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)
AutoBlue: Disables Wi-Fi and Bluetooth after a certain amount of time if they aren’t being utilized (free via Packix repository – review)
DontKillMyMusic: Prevents you from killing any Now Playing app from the App Switcher (free via Packix repository – review)
FolderControllerXII: A tweak that lets you set custom Folder layouts and more ($1.65 via Packix repository – review)
HapticVolume: Adds haptic feedback to the volume buttons when you press them (free via Packix repository – review)
HideLabels12: Hides all the app icon labels from your Home screen (free via Packix repository – review)
hueSearchTextMaps: Custom search colors for the native Apple Maps app (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)
iCamerax: Brings new features to the Camera app ($2.00 via Packix repository)
iNotificate: An experimental web notifications port for Safari (free via BigBoss repository)
KeyboardX: Ports the iPhone X’s larger keyboard to legacy devices (free via Packix repository)
KillBackgroundXS: Lets you kill all App Switcher apps with the tap of a button ($1.00 via Packix repository – review)
LittleXS: Enables all sorts of iPhone X-like features on legacy devices (free via Packix repository – review)
MiniXS: Simulates the iPhone X-like Status Bar on legacy devices (free via BigBoss repository)
MissionControl: Brings useful new app shortcuts and toggles to the Control Center interface ($2.00 via Packix repository – review)
NoOlderNotificationsText: Removes the useless “No Older Notifications” text from the Notification Center interface (free via Packix repository)
PageBar (Beta): Replaces the page dots with page bars (free via iCraze’s beta repository – review)
redCameraShutter: Makes the camera shutter button ring red (free via CydiaGeek’s beta repository)
SwipeShot: Lets you take a screenshot by swiping any direction on the Status Bar with three fingers (free via Nepeta repository – review)
UnblurStatusBarMaps: Unblurs the Status Bar in the Maps app (free via BigBoss repository)
UnSub: Lets you disable Cydia Substrate or Substitute in specific apps (free via Nepeta repository – review)
WiCellSwitcher: Switches between Wi-Fi and cellular “the smart way” to save data and battery life (free via BigBoss repository – review)
That just about wraps things up for this week’s jailbreak tweak roundup, but stay tuned to iDB throughout the week to remain updated regarding novel releases as they materialize.
If you’re looking for more tweaks, then consider adding third-party Cydia repositories to your device to expand your scope and check out last week’s jailbreak tweak roundup in case you might’ve missed anything. We also have several dedicated roundups to help you find ways to tweak your jailbroken iOS 11 device below:
Those interested in jailbreaking iOS 11 might also find the following tutorials helpful:
Update the detailed information about Jailbreak Tweaks Of The Week: Dndswitch, Lottienotifications, Smartvolumemixer2, & More… on the Tai-facebook.edu.vn website. We hope the article's content will meet your needs, and we will regularly update the information to provide you with the fastest and most accurate information. Have a great day!