iOS developer Ryan Petrich has released an update for Activator, the popular jailbreak tweak for assigning gestures to complete specific actions on iPhone and iPad. The new version makes the extension fully compatible with iOS 7.1.1 or later, which was recently jailbroken with the Chinese tool Pangu. Take a look at all of the new changes in Activator ahead.
Activator 1.8.4 beta 14 gains a better user interface for multiple assignments, adds a Lock screen clock swipe down event, support for slide and touch events on iOS 7.1, fixes icon rendering in the settings pane on iOS 7.1, fixes triple click events on iOS 7.1, adds the ability to hide Tencent’s migration service app on iOS 7.1 and much more. The full changelog is enclosed:
- Better UI for multiple assignments
- Add lock screen clock swipe down event
- Support slide/touch events on iOS 7.1
- Fix icon rendering in the settings pane on iOS 7.1
- Fix triple click event on iOS 7.1
- Fix icon rendering on iOS 7.1
- Hide Tencent’s migration service app on iOS 7.1
- Fix iBlank crash (I think)
- Fix display of “left network” events
- Update localizations
Keep in mind that this is a beta release, so be prepared to troubleshoot potential problems or roll back to the previous release before installing. You will also need to add http://rpetri.ch/repo to your Cydia sources in order to access the beta, which is not available on default repositories. If you test out the beta, let us know how it works for you in the comments below.
Check out our iOS 7.1.x compatible jailbreak tweaks list for other packages updated for the latest iOS versions.
What do you use Activator for?