Tweaks Updated Aug 30, 2023

Bajji tweak enhances iOS 16 by modifying badge color


The default configuration options in stock iOS are limited for users. Jailbreaking can significantly expand the potential for system customization. However, even if you can't jailbreak your device, there are still some tweaks available that can operate without the need for a jailbreak. The innovative Bajji tweak takes iOS 16 to the next level by allowing users to modify badge colors to their preferences, thanks to the KFD exploit.

What is Bajji?

Bajji is a KFD tweak allowing users to change the color of badges on all devices running iOS 16 all the way up to iOS 16.5 without the need for a jailbreak. While it's true that Bajji primarily changes badge colors, a more precise description would be that it replaces the color red throughout the entire interface. This is why you may notice the badge color appearing in unexpected places across the system. However, this cannot be changed without a jailbreak.

To modify badge colors on iOS 16 without the need for jailbreaking, you'll need to install a tweak such as Bajji, which was introduced through the Misaka Tweak Manager. Once installed, you can conveniently access the configuration panel by navigating to the “Packages” tab within Misaka. Within this panel, you'll find a single option that allows you to change the badge color.

Bajji tweak was released by roeegh through the Puck Repo, which comes pre-installed with Misaka. To access the Advanced Settings, all you need to do is tap and hold on the tweak icon. This action will unveil a host of options, including the badge color modification feature.

Bajji tweak screenshot.

Badge color changes are made using a versatile color picker tool that offers support for grid, spectrum, and slider-based color selection. Furthermore, you have the ability to save your favorite color. There is even an option to provide HTML hex value of a color.

If you're looking to exert greater control over system colors on a non-jailbroken device, roeegh recently introduced the Palette tweak. This tweak empowers you to customize all default system colors across the entire iOS environment, encompassing elements such as the Control Center, system labels, Settings app, and more. Palette like Bajji supports only KFD running iOS 16.

For those who have jailbroken their devices, I highly recommend trying out either Dotto+ or CozyBadges. These tweaks offer the ability to personalize the appearance of default system badges. Dotto+ enables you to modify both the color and appearance of the badge itself, while CozyBadges takes a different approach by eliminating the badge and introducing a color indicator to the label background instead. There is also Badger with a lot of options.

Supported devices

SoC Device
A11 iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X
A12 iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR
A13 iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max
A14 iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max
A15 iPhone 13 and 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus
A16 iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max

What's new

  • Updated Bajji tweak to the latest version.
  • Added support for iOS 16 – iOS 16.5.
  • Overall improvements and bug fixes.

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