'shuffler' Randomizes Your Lock Screen Wallpaper With Images From Your Camera Roll
For those of you that like changing things up instead of having the same old, same old, a new jailbreak tweak called shuffler
by iOS developer Dylan Kelly will ensure that your Lock Screen wallpaper is almost always something different.
The way this tweak works is pretty simple. It uses the photos in your Camera Roll to randomize your Lock Screen wallpaper every time that you lock your device. The tweak changes your Lock Screen wallpaper every time that you lock your device, so every time you go to use it, it will be something different, making the possibilities unpredictable.
The tweak adds a preferences pane to the Settings application, shown above, where you can enable and disable the tweak on demand, as well as either shuffle your Camera Roll photos, or have them become your Lock Screen wallpaper in the order that they were taken.
With the location feature under the shuffle option, you can choose to make a folder using iFile that you manually fill with .png or jpg file format images and this tweak will search that folder and randomize your Lock Screen wallpaper using photos only from that folder, rather than your Camera Roll. You would just type in the address to that folder, and then enable this feature to turn it on. This might be a feature that you would use if you have personal photos in your Camera Roll that you don't want showing up on your Lock Screen.
If you want to give shuffler a try, it's available in Cydia's BigBoss repository for 99¢. The tweak is compatible with iOS 7 only.
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.4