'MultiPass' Allows You to Have Multiple Passcodes to Unlock Your iOS Device With
New in Cydia is a free jailbreak tweak called MultiPass
by iOS developer xsahoo. MultiPass will allow you to have multiple passcodes that can be used to unlock your iOS device, instead of only one.
Taking a step back to see why this might be useful, MultiPass will allow you to temporarily (or permanently) create a passcode that you can tell someone else so that they can use your iOS device, but that no one else will know. At the same time, you won't be giving them your true passcode, and you can disable or change their passcode at any time without having to go through the inconvenience of changing yours and potentially forgetting your new passcode.
It's also a good way to set a backup passcode that you won't forget (such as 0000) just in case you forget your true passcode.
MultiPass adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where you can enable or disable the tweak on demand, as well as set up to five additional passcodes that you can use to unlock your iOS device if it is passcode protected:
Any of these five passcodes can be used to unlock your iOS device, as well as your master passcode – in other words, if your iOS-set passcode is 1528, then you can unlock your iOS device with the passcode 1528, as well as any of the five alternate passcodes that you set.
Notably, you must have at least one passcode set to use any of the alternate passcodes you set in the tweak.
If you would like to give MultiPass a try, it's available at no cost in Cydia's BigBoss repository. The tweak only requires that you're running iOS 7 on your iOS device.
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6