by Dom Esposito
February 8, 2014
If you've ever had the urge to completely ditch security on your iOS device, there's a new Cydia tweak that may come in handy. If you sensed a bit of sarcasm in that last sentence, we're all on the same page. AlwaysUnlock will allow you to enter any passcode to unlock your device. It may seem a bit crazy, but just like the App Store, Cydia has something for everyone. I'm not sure if there's a practical use for this tweak, but if you'd like your device to appear secure without having to remember a passcode, this tweak may be for you. As noted in the Cydia description, after you've installed AlwaysUnlock, you'll need to enter the correct passcode once to enable its core functionality. Aside from that, there's nothing else to worry about and no options to configure. Unless you have a problem remembering your passcode, there's no point in installing this tweak. You may be better off disabling the passcode. If you're handy with coding, the developer has made the tweak's source code available on GitHub. You can find AlwaysUnlock available for free in the BigBoss repository.