Tweaks Updated Apr 14, 2024

Kayoko tweak: Clipboard manager for iPhone

Kayoko

If you frequently use the copy and paste feature on your iOS device, you'll surely find Alexandra Aurora Göttlicher Kayoko tweak incredibly useful. This clipboard manager for iOS 13 – iOS 15 enables you to keep track of your recently copied items and provides fast access to them. Recently, Kayoko 2.0 has been updated, and now this release officially supports rootless jailbreaks such as Dopamine and Palera1n.

Highlights:

  • To add a full-featured clipboard manager with support for history for your iPhone or iPad you can install the Kayoko DEB package with Sileo.
  • This tweak runs only on iOS 13, iOS 14, and iOS 15 jailbreaks. When you try to install it on iOS 16 or newer it will not work or may work incorrectly.
  • When you have issues with activating the Kayoko Clipboard manager from the system keyboard, navigate to the tweak's preference pane in the Settings app, and set the activation method to the dictation button.
  • Kayoko 2.0 was released without official compilation. The tweak requires to installation of the libSand framework from Opa334 Repository.

What is Kayoko?

Kayoko is a jailbreak tweak that offers a great clipboard manager for devices running on iOS 13 to iOS 15.8.2. This tool enables you to effortlessly retrieve recently copied items through quick access from the keyboard. With Kayoko, managing your clipboard history has never been easier. This tweak doesn't support Dopamine, however, an unofficial package fixes the compatibility.

Upon installation, Kayoko adds a dedicated preference pane to your device's Settings app. Through this pane, you can activate the tweak and customize its settings according to your preferences. It was updated to support iOS 15 and works with XinaA15, Dopamine, and Palera1n.

Kayoko tweak can be activated either from the prediction bar or by using a dictation key that appears on the keyboard. However, on iOS 15, only the latter option is available, and you need to set it as the default value. Kayoko can handle up to 500 history records, including text and images. The number of remembered items can be adjusted from settings.

Two iPhone screens showing Kayoko tweak settings and clipboard history.

In addition, Kayoko offers several other features, such as the ability to add a Song.Link or Translate option to the clipboard manager. Moreover, if you have a lengthy list of items in the clipboard, you can save them as favorites for speedy retrieval. The tweak also includes an option to swiftly clear your clipboard history and reset preferences to default values.

Furthermore, the tweak integrates with macOS clipboard manager, allowing you to copy clipboard data between devices. When you own a Mac, you can copy a text, and it will be automatically detected by Kayoko and added to the history for quick access from your iPhone.

What's new

  • The paths support true rootless now.
  • Added translate feature.
  • Quick way to clear the history and favorites.
  • Added support for rootless jailbreaks.
  • Automatic image pasting.
  • Overall improvements and bug fixes.
  • Added preview for clipboard items.
  • Fixed duplicate items.

Kayoko is an open-source project that was released under the GPL-3.0 license. Its source code is available on GitHub Repo. The tweak was developed using the Objective-C programming language and requires Theo's libraries and iPhoneOS 14.4 SDK to compile the project.

This is a great alternative for paid CopyLog clipboard manager for iOS 11 – iOS 15.7.1 that allows you to easy access to text snippets that automatically get added to your history. Even when CopyLog offers more features, Kayoko tweak stands out with simplicity.

How to install Kayoko tweak for iOS

Kayoko tweak has been released as a DEB package that can be installed on your iOS 13 to iOS 15 device using either Sileo. To install Diary tweak on your device, simply download all the required packages. Once installed, you can enjoy the clipboard manager for iOS. Kayoko for Dopamine was released as an unofficial package through SkyPain's Repo.

To install Kayoko tweak on your iPhone or iPad with Sileo, follow the steps:

  1. Open the Sileo app from the Home Screen.
  2. Tap on the Sources tab, then select Edit button.
  3. Add the following repository URL:
    https://havoc.app
    https://lclrc.github.io/repo/
    https://opa334.github.io
  4. Download Kayoko tweak for your device.
  5. Share the downloaded DEB file with Sileo app.
  6. Tap on “GET” and install Kayoko package.
  7. Access the Kayoko tweak from the Settings app.

Two iPhone screens showing the installation process of Kayoko tweak.

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