Apple jailbroken users have a number of inherent advantages over those using pure iOS. So, in addition to installing almost any application, they can get access to hidden features and system settings. Today we are going to talk about how to do this for iOS 7.
Developers Apple hid in iOS 7 many functions that are not available in the regular version of the system. They relate to fine-tuning the interface, gestures and working with folders. To access these features, you must act according to the algorithm:
1. Open Cydia – Manage. Select Sources – Edit.
2. Add two new repositories:
3. Go to the Search tab and install Bootstrap from the first source. Reboot device.
4. Go to the Search tab and install Hidden SBSettings for iOS 7 from the second source. Reboot the device.
By doing these simple steps, you will open access to the hidden capabilities of the system. These can be accessed through the Control Center, which will display an additional Springboard Settings button.
After installing these two tweaks, users will be able to create folders within folders, adjust blur effects and animation speed, and also assign various applications to launch for additional gestures.