Are you tired of friends or significant others trying to crack your passcode so they can get into your phone? You most likely put that passcode on there for a reason.
But, the passcode can sometimes be guessed by watching how the person moves their fingers when typing in their passcode or by checking finger smudges are on the screen. Well, CodeScrambler, developed by Jordan Koch, which we previewed few days back, is going to to make it even harder for those nosey people.
CodeScrambler as the name suggests scrambles the numbers on the passcode screen each time that it’s unlocked or put to sleep. That way if there are finger smudges or even someone trying to mimic your finger movements, they’re going to have a hard time.
You will have to enable your passcode in “Settings> General >Passcode Lock” in order for this tweak to take effect.
This is for you guys out there that need just a little bit of added security to your device. It will just give you peace of mind that it’s just that much harder to get into your personal things.
Be sure to check out the video walkthrough below:
You can download CodeScrambler from Cydia for $0.99.
Do you have problems with people trying to get into your phone without permission? Let me know in the comments!
➤ Download Link (Only works on Jailbroken devices)