Having the ability to play around with the devices and playthings that Apple utilizes when examining iOS devices is commonly the kind of thing that we could simply long for, however with iOS 8 it has become clear that the iPhone and iPad mold has neglected to hide its sophisticated settings and choices along with it normally does.

A new jailbreak fine-tune called AdvancedSettings8 has appeared on Cydia that manages to unlock all of the extra settings that Apple utilizes throughout its internal screening, giving us plain mortals a glimpse at the example developers and engineers inside the business reach utilize. While many of them are harmless, others are a lot more interesting.


Acquiring entry to the added settings is a simple instance of mounting the previously mentioned tweak then tapping and hanging on the Settings icon on your Home Screen. You’ll then be moved to something that looks suspiciously like the Settings app that you’re utilized to, aside from it will certainly have a whole host of choices that you have actually never ever viewed prior to. The choices are so plentiful that we aren’t visiting tell you just what they all do here – – partly since we do not intend to spoil the fun of having fun with them all. Suffice it to state that you should find sufficient to keep you taken up for a wee while at the very least.


The drawback here is that none of the settings modified will save past a reboot, though that could or could not be a good idea depending on just what you transform and whether something goes awry or not. We’re even more than capable of altering settings that break something and then neglecting what we transformed, so having everything able to be reset by a reboot audios merely dandy to us.


If you’re jailbroken and running iOS 8. you’ll most likely wish to give this a fast try at the minimum. It’s free, incidentally, readily available on the BigBoss repository on Cydia by the name of AdvancedSettings8.


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