The Evasi0n Untethered iOS 6.1 Jailbreak was just released on Monday, now it’s time for the iOS 6.1 Jailbreak Tweaks to start flying into Cydia. To start off our Jailbreak adventures, we decided to make a video on how to make all apps run in fullscreen on iPhone 5 and iPod Touch 5G using Cydia Tweaks.
The iPhone 5 and iPod Touch 5G have been available for a few months now, but there are still plenty of apps in the App Store that aren’t supporting the new 4-inch Retina display. Currently there are two Jailbreak tweaks in the Cydia Store that will stretch out the aforementioned apps to their full potential.
Full video demo of both Cydia Tweaks after the jump!
Screen Extender will do exactly what we mentioned before, allow older generation apps to run on the newer generation 4-inch Retina display. This Cydia tweak is nice to have, but sometimes can get a little bit buggy and not always work. Going into the settings you checkmark the apps you want to run in fullscreen, although sometime you might have to go back, kill the app, and checkmark it again. As a free tweak, it’s well worth the try, but the next one we’ve got is a bit easier.
FullForce for Phone
While both tweak ultimately do the same thing, FullForce for Phone is developed by Ryan Petrich, great developer of many Cydia tweaks, and just works. The Cydia tweak does have the downside of costing $.99 but will also only show the apps that don’t run in fullscreen on your device, unlike Screen Extender. In the settings you have some nice sliders to enable or disable apps to run in fullscreen, and while opening apps that aren’t enables for the first time, the tweak will ask you if you want to enable FullForce for Phone.
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