Apple iDevice June 28, 2015

The Cydia Tweak Activator has been officially released and works with devices that have iOS 8 or higher. .Activator jailbreak tweak lets you to assign new actions to gestures made by the user, whether by way of the touch screen, a button, some kind of motion, or something else. It effectively lets users override Apple’s stock actions when you do these things and makes for a pleasurable customization experience. After you have installed this tweak, you will be able to configure it to your own personal preferences in the Settings app


Activator cydia tweak

What’s New In Activator v1.9.3

  • Basic support for iOS 8.3
  • Add option to suppress passcode when activating an app at the lock screen
  • Better support Activator actions written using ARC
  • Fix unlock to dispatch event behaviour on iOS 8
  • Make camera shutter action take take photo after the camera app opens, if it needs to be opened
  • Add custom command actions
  • Fix VPN settings action on iOS 8
  • Make the fingerprint sensor hold put the Touch ID sensor into matching mode when assigned
  • Treat entering deep device sleep as leaving the Wi-Fi network (even if the WLAN interface hasn’t left the building yet)
  • Update localizations
  • Add system-wide back button action
  • Support activating actions via URLs (activator://send/…)
  • Re-enable message events
  • Allow unassigning more things via swipe to delete gestures
  • Adjust Touch ID events on iOS 8 to use matching mode less often
  • Fix dictation action on iOS 8
  • Fix rare crash in file providers
  • Improve launch time of message composer actions
  • Fix custom Siri actions on iOS 8

If you are interested, then you can free download Activator iOS 8.3 from the BigBoss repository in Cydia. To install this program requires a jailbroken device (see if and how you can do the jailbreak to your iPhone by clicking here) and you need an Internet connection to download the package. This tweak is compatible with iOS 8.0 and later versions of the mobile operating system from Apple.

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