HideManager tweak hides various iOS elements


If you like to hide the Dock, or remove Camera sound on a jailed device, it's now possible thanks to a new released Misaka tweak named HideManager. This powerful tool enables you to hide various iOS elements, such as the Dock, Home Bar, alerts, and effects. HideManager offers compatibility with both MDC and KFD exploits, making it fully functional with iOS versions ranging from 15 to 16.5, including iOS 16.6 Beta 1.

What is HideManager?

HideManager, developed by YangJiii exclusively for the Misaka package manager, is a new tweak that seamlessly accommodates both MDC and KFD exploits. This utility bundles together a collection of essential tweaks into a single package, affording you the effortless ability to hide various iOS elements, including the Dock, Home Bar, alerts, effects, and more.

Notably, HideManager tweak offers compatibility with a wide range of iOS versions, spanning from iOS 15 all the way up to iOS 16.5. Whether you're using iOS 15, iOS 16.2.1, or any iteration up to iOS 16.5, and iOS 16.6 Beta 1, HideManager has got you covered.

Installing the HideManager tweak on your iOS 15 and iOS 16 jailbroken devices is a breeze, thanks to the Misaka package manager. Once installed, it seamlessly integrates a dedicated preference pane into the Packages section, empowering you with comprehensive control over system element customization. It's important to note that certain features are exclusive to TrollStore-compatible devices, enhancing your customization experience even further.

HideManager tweak screenshot.

The convenience of being able to effortlessly hide elements you'd rather not see, especially on your iPhone's precious screen space, is truly invaluable. Thankfully, HideManager, crafted by the talented iOS developer YangJii, simplifies this process and ensures a seamless experience.

Within the HideManager settings, you wield the power to finely tune a multitude of aspects on your iOS device. In the SpringBoard configuration, you have the ability to perform various actions, such as collapsing all available options to neatly tuck them away, concealing the Dock to maximize your screen's real estate, eliminating folder blurs for a polished and pristine appearance, and hiding the Home Bar, which results in a decluttered interface.

You can also remove the “no old notifications” text to create a more streamlined notification center, and disable the camera shutter sound for discreet photography.

In the HideManager Lock Screen Configuration section, you will discover an option to hide the Face ID effect, ideal for those who prefer a minimalist and distraction-free Lock Screen. Additionally, there is a dedicated section for TrollStore Customizations, which offers easy management of TrollStore settings by collapsing all options beneath it.

HideManager tweak settings screenshot.

Within this section, you can choose to hide Widgy labels, providing your device with a minimalist aesthetic. You can also access an informative tutorial to enhance your user experience and explore further features by removing hidden iCloud tools and accessing a tutorial for a deeper dive into these capabilities. HideManager can also remove hidden iCloud.

HideManager tweak was released as a free package available for download via YangJiii Repository. Fortunately, it's installed with Misaka tweak manager by default.

However, when you're running a jailbroken device, a great alternative t tweak various system settings is Lynx 2 tweak. Once installed, you will gain access to a comprehensive array of configuration options, neatly organized into 17 distinct categories.

Supported devices

A11iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X
A12iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR
A13iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max
A14iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max
A15iPhone 13 and 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus
A16iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max

What's new

  • Initial release of HideManager tweak.

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