Jailbreaking allows you to gain full access to your iOS device, but it can also bring a series of problems. For example, you need to re-jailbreak the phone after restarting, and some apps may not be compatible with the jailbroken device. To solve these problems, you need to install some essential tweaks to get your iPhone/iPad work like before.
Avoid Re-jailbreaking When the Battery Runs Out
After jailbreaking, you need to re-jailbreak your device every time you reboot it. Luckily, some jailbreak tweaks can put your phone in a fake shutdown mode when the battery is below a certain percentage to avoid re-jailbreaking. Keep the jailbreak on your phone with the following tweaks:
Disable OTA Software Update on iOS
Updating the OS will remove the jailbreak, and you may not be able to jailbreak the device again. To keep the jailbroken status, it is suggested to keep your device on a specific iOS version. Check the tips and tweaks below to block OTA updates on your device:
1. Go to Settings – General – Software Update and disable automatic updates.
2. Avoid system update. Remove OTA Software Update Badge on iOS with the following tweaks.
Bypass Jailbreak Detection to Unlock All Apps
vnodebypass is a jailbreak detection bypass tweak developed for jailbroken iPhone/iPad. When you enable this tweak, it will disable all installed jailbreak tweaks and put your device in a quasi-non-jailbroken state. This allows you to freely run any apps that may not run when your device is in a jailbroken state. Here is a list of tweaks to help you bypass jailbreak detection: