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Lock Icon Manager tweak can customize Face-ID Lock Glyph

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When you use Face ID to unlock your iPhone X, you'll be greeted by a dynamic lock glyph animation on the lock screen, serving as a visual indicator of your device's current lock or unlock status. Thanks to the Lock Icon Manager tweak, which is compatible with Misaka, MDF and KFC exploits, you have the freedom to customize the glyph indicator with your own custom images. All without the requirement of using a jailbreak.

What is Lock Icon Manager?

Lock Icon Manager, developed by Phuc Do, is an MDC and KFD tweak that boasts compatibility with iOS versions ranging from 15.0 to iOS 16.5, including the standalone iOS 16.6 Beta 1. This tweak empowers you to customize and revamp the appearance of your Lock Screen's Face ID padlock glyph to suit your preferences. It runs on all devices without a jailbreak environment.

You can easily install the Lock Icon Manager tweak by visiting the Misaka Tweak Manager and downloading it. After installation, go to the tweak's preferences in the “Packages” tab, where you can select custom images for both lock and unlock modes. It is advisable to use high-quality images for the best results. To apply settings, respring is required.

The Lock Icon Manager tweak comes with preinstalled lock and unlock Face-ID Lock Glyphs by default, and it does not offer user preferences. To enable the default theme, simply activate the tweak within Misaka. To use custom images as Face-ID Lock Glyphs, import them from iCloud.

Lock Icon Manager tweak screenshot.

If you're using a jailbroken device, you might want to try the LatchKey tweak. This tweak enables you to personalize the Face-ID Lock Glyph on iOS 11 – iOS 15 for Face ID-enabled devices. Out of the box, Latchkey provides 11 different themes for you to select from. Furthermore, it grants you the ability to adjust the positioning of the glyph on the Lock Screen to suit your preferences.

Tip: To install Lock Icon Manager tweak on supported devices, use the Misaka Tweak Manager. It allows you to download and activate the tweak on iOS 15 – iOS 16.

Lock Icon Manager tweak, created by Phuc Do, was developed utilizing MDC and KFD exploits. This powerful tweak is compatible with all supported devices running iOS 15.0 – iOS 15.7.1, and iOS 16.0 – iOS 16.5, including iOS 16.6 Beta 1. You can easily access and install the Lock Icon Manager tweak through the PhucDo's Repository, which comes preinstalled with Misaka.

What's new

  • Updated Lock Icon Manager to the latest version.
  • Redesigned preference page.
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