Byat Tuesday, May 07, 2013
The iPhone’s screen lock is pretty cool and the default slide-to-unlock animation has become kind of a signature style of having an iPhone, though now it has been copied by many too. But even Apple fanboys would admit that it has become quite boring after all these years without any major change. But thanks to Cydia, you can enjoy the perks of customizing your iPhone/iPad as much as you like. A new tweak takes use of the restriction-free jailbreak mode to make unlocking much more fun and playful.
PianoPasscode is a new addition to Cydia that has some good tricks up its sleeve to let you unlock your iPhone with a little fun as well. Like the name states, with PianoPasscode, you can set a specific tune and as soon as you play it on the Piano displayed on the lock screen, it unlocks your iDevice for you. Pretty slick, huh?
When you install the tweak at first, the default password will be to tap all the keys from left to right. After that, you can change it by going to Settings but note that after changing the code, you’ll have to use the save and respring tools present in the Settings of this tweak. Also note that for setting the passcode, you’ll have to know which keys correspond to which numbers so you won’t have any problem later. Additionally, you can enable Secure Mode to let PianoPasscode work in collaboration with other popular tweaks like iCaughtU and Jelly Lock.
PianoPasscode is available in Cydia’s BigBoss repo for a pretty reasonable $0.99 and is a must try if you’re fed up of the slide-to-unlock animation.
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