The popular Auxo app switcher jailbreak tweak designed by Sentry_NC
and created by iOS development team Ałtweaks
has been updated Saturday to version 1.4 with new features. They're sure to impress anyone that already has Auxo installed, and anyone still on the fence about buying Auxo will also like the idea of the new features.
New features include additional toggles for Do Not Disturb, Auto lock, and a shortcut to the Settings application. These toggles can be enables or disabled from the Auxo preferences pane in the Settings application by dragging them in and out of the toggle list.
On top of the new toggles, the tweak now allows the user to configure the Flashlight toggle and the Respring toggle. The flashlight toggle now gets the ability to choose between tapping, or tapping and holding. In that, the user can set the flashlight toggle to a flashlight, a strobe light, an SOS signal, or do nothing. The respring toggle gets similar tap, or tap and hold options, which let the user choose between respring, restart, power off, safe mode, or do nothing.
Countless bug fixes and improvements were also added in the version 1.4 update. Those include a fix for crashing during audio playback, compatibility with LiveClock, a bug fix for a Bluetooth pairing issue, better slider knob grip points, fixes for additional crashing problems, and better speed and memory performance.
The update is free for all existing Auxo customers; however, those that are looking to purchase Auxo will find it in Cydia’s BigBoss repository for $1.99.