MultiPass is a recent addition to the Cydia Store that allows users to enable multiple passcodes on their iOS device. You can download the new package free of charge, and it’s optimized for both iOS 7 and ARM64-devices.
If you’re looking to add a couple of different passcodes to your iPhone, MultiPass could be a jailbreak tweak of interest. Once downloaded and installed, the package adds a brand new preferences pane to the Settings application, and here jailbreakers can configure how MultiPass works.
First, users can enable or disable the package outright using a simple toggle button. Beneath this, however, MultiPass includes five spaces for a selection of different iOS passcodes.
As you’d expect, once a passcode has been inputted here, jailbreakers can use that particular passcode to unlock their iOS device. Up to five passcodes can work in harmony alongside one another – provided they’ve first been added to MultiPass’s preferences pane.
It’s a simple enough jailbreak tweak, but one which works well. If you’re looking to improve on the security of Apple’s mobile OS, though, consider taking iAppLock for a spin. This more fully-featured package allows users to passcode-lock individual iOS applications; you can also configure elements such as a delay lock and vibration feedback.
For iPhone 5s users, packages including BioProtect and BioLockdown offer similar functionality, but use Touch ID (rather than a passcode) to protect individual apps. Mesalation also allows iPhone 5s owners to enable a “grace period” for the fingerprint scanner.
As mentioned, MultiPass can be downloaded on the Cydia Store free of charge, and it’s optimized for iOS 7 and ARM64-devices.
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