iPhone Accelerate / Fake Clock Up

Sseguin

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Anyone got any if these animation tweaks to speed up iOS working since Sauriks update?
 

Sseguin

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Wasn't there one called Speed Intensifier back in the day? One must work, or I guess we have to wait until the dev. update their apps.
 

Sseguin

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Doesn't work on the 5S but I emailed the developer and he said he's currently working on fixing that.

Edit: just refreshed Cydia and saw an update that fixes it :D
Sweet. I tried it this morning and wasn't working, works like a charm! Good timing. Thx.
 

3bs

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Sweet. I tried it this morning and wasn't working, works like a charm! Good timing. Thx.
I think it works better on my iPad Mini. On my 5S it looks like I have reduce motion turned on whether it is or not but on the Mini I can actually see the zooming but sped up if reduce motion isn't on.
 

3bs

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On my 5s it just snaps open, no transition. I think that's why we need fake clock up because it allowed the rate of which the acceleration happened to be controlled in settings.
Just see the video in my post and you'll see this tweak does that it just isn't working on the 5S.
 

shenan1982

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Just see the video in my post and you'll see this tweak does that it just isn't working on the 5S.
Ok I will continue to await yet another update.

But in reality, it doesn't do that. There's no setting to speed up or slow down the transition rate,so it's still a bit of a watered down version compared to FakeClockUp
 

3bs

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Ok I will continue to await yet another update.



But in reality, it doesn't do that. There's no setting to speed up or slow down the transition rate,so it's still a bit of a watered down version compared to FakeClockUp

I guess we could ask the developer for a slider. I already emailed him about the issue with the 5S so I won't bother him with that right now but you could do it? :p
 

ominx

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Hidden Springboard Settings does everything you guys are asking for and more. It takes a bit to set it up but once you mess around a bit you can tweak so many options. A good number of recently released SB tweaks are actually just individually pulled out of this one big set.
 

3bs

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Hidden Springboard Settings does everything you guys are asking for and more. It takes a bit to set it up but once you mess around a bit you can tweak so many options. A good number of recently released SB tweaks are actually just individually pulled out of this one big set.
After all the horror stories I've read about that I'm going to avoid it.
 

ominx

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After all the horror stories I've read about that I'm going to avoid it.
Interesting. I haven't read anything or had any issues whatsoever. I'm on an iPhone 5. It was just updated today for ARM64 so maybe those with 64 bit were having issues that are now fixed.
 

hatersgonnahate

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Hidden Springboard Settings does everything you guys are asking for and more. It takes a bit to set it up but once you mess around a bit you can tweak so many options. A good number of recently released SB tweaks are actually just individually pulled out of this one big set.
yeah but it resets everytime you respring.

does it still do that?
 
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