'Live Effects Enabler' Enables the Camera Effect Filters on Unsupported iOS 7 Devices
On some devices, like the iPhone 4, and all iPad models, Apple excluded the live photo effect filters that come with the iOS 7 camera application.
If you want to enable these live photo effect filters on devices where they've been disabled by Apple by default, you can install a new free jailbreak tweak called Live Effects Enabler
by iOS developer PoomSmart.
As shown above, after you install the jailbreak tweak, you'll get the filters button right under the switch camera button (iPad). The position of this button will be at the bottom of the Camera application if you're using an iPhone 4 with this jailbreak tweak.
When you tap on the button, you'll get all of the filters that you were never able to access on your iOS device:
This tweak comes in handy for those that want to remove Apple's silly device restrictions. The devices they're disabled on are clearly capable of running these features and are disabled for marketing purposes, if not some other bogus reason that leaves users last on the list of priority.
If you want to give Live Effects Enabler a try, it's available for free in Cydia's BigBoss repository. The tweak requires iOS 7 and should not be installed on devices that already have the live effect filters enabled by default, such as the iPhone 4s and later.
Live Effects Enabler
iOS 7.0-7.0.4, iPad (any kind) or iPhone 4
iPad Mini with retina display running iOS 7.0.4