The folks at Intelliborn (@intelliborn) have sent out an update for IntelliScreenX beta, the in-development version of its popular Lock screen replacement, adding support for iOS 7.1.x-powered devices.
Since the Pangu jailbreak launched (to our surprise), a couple of big-name packages were shown to be incompatible with Apple’s iOS 7.1.0, iOS 7.1.1, and iOS 7.1.2. Among this number was IntelliScreenX, which launched for iOS 7.0.x in March this year and revamps the iOS Lock screen and Notification Center.
In a Twitter update that surfaced recently, however, Intelliborn confirmed that a beta version of IntelliScreenX indeed brings support for iOS 7.1.x., noting:
ISX 7.10.3 (with 7.1.x support) is in our beta repo (Add Cydia Source "intelliborn .com/betaisx" (without the space). Thanks!— Intelliborn (@intelliborn) July 3, 2014
You’ll indeed need to navigate over to the “Sources” section in the Cydia app and add the above repository address (intelliborn.com/betaisx) in order to pick up the package.
Those new to IntelliScreenX can download the package free of charge, and after three days a fee will need to be paid. Depending on whether or not you owned a previous version of the jailbreak tweak, IntelliScreenX should set you back either $4.99, $7.99, or $9.99.
For more information on the Pangu jailbreak, including download links for the software, click this link.
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