Hid3x hides the semi-untethered jailbreak app when it isn't needed

Semi-untethered jailbreaks like H3lix, Yalu102, Ph?nix, and LiberIOS put an app icon for the Home screen to help you boot in to a jailbroken state after your device restarts, that is the only real time you’ll ever make use of these apps.

Whenever you are in a jailbroken state already, these apps seem pointless to have for the Home screen. In spite of this, a fresh free jailbreak tweak called Hid3x by iOS developer ipad_kid can hide these apps whenever you have a jailbroken state, as shown above.

The tweak essentially prevents these apps from appearing in your Home screen indefinitely, but it only works when you\’re within a jailbroken state because doing so relies on Cydia Substrate.

As soon when you reboot your device to a non-jailbroken state, Cydia Substrate stops functioning thus does Hid3x. In this particular event, the icon conveniently reappears, enabling you to boot straight into a jailbroken state without the fuss.

In short, Hid3x won’t prevent you from reconciling to a jailbroken state if you necessary to, so inatallation is entirely safe.

Minimalists and neat-freaks that keep the house screen looking spiffy continually should enjoy Hid3x since it hides unwanted clutter once it heats up isn\’t needed. Furthermore, it’s a cleaner way to take care of the problem than merely tucking the app away in a folder.

Then again, nobody gets the wish to hide these apps away, thus it really relies on personal preference and in what way you select your device.

If you wish to give Hid3x a test, you\’ll be able to download it free of charge from Cydia\’s BigBoss repository. The tweak doesn\’t include any choices to configure, and it works on all versions of iOS that has a semi-untethered jailbreak.

Do you prefer seeing your semi-untethered jailbreak app for your Home screen constantly or do you like having it hidden if it isn’t needed? Tell us during the comments section below.

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