Beta For ‘F.lux’ Jailbreak Tweak Realeased For iOS 9

Ali Salman
Posted 1 year ago

Since iOS 9 have been jailbroken by Pangu, it seems like a good time to get to know your tweaks a little more. Whenever a new jailbreak tool arrives, developers have to update their tweaks due to compatibility concerns. While new tweaks are developed to take full advantage of the new operating system, some old tweaks have also been a favorite of many. If you don’t like straining your eyes from your iPhone’s display, F.lux is the tweak that you should try.


Jailbroken users who do not have any know-how about F.lux jailbreak tweak, it merely adjusts your iPhone’s display color so it can better adapt to the time of the day and ultimately reduce strain on your eyes. If it is one of the jailbreak tweaks that you download after jailbreaking, then the good news is that the developers behind F. Lux has released a beta version of the tweak which is now compatible with iOS 9.

Let’s dive in to see some more details for what the tweak has to offer and how can it be installed on your jailbroken iPhone with iOS 9.


F.lux Adjusts Display Color Accoding To The Time Of the Day

Once you install the F.lux jailbreak tweak, you will see noticeable changes in the display color at different times of the day. Since many of us use our smartphones at night for any notifications and mails or even playing games, you will be relaxed in the brightness of your iPhone screen. This is a neat jailbreak tweak which is a must have for users who use their iPhones a lot.

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Since F.lux is yet a beta release for iOS 9, you can get your hands on it by adding this source to Cydia: Once you have added the source, search for ‘f.lux’ and install the tweak on your device.

If you face minor issues while using the tweak, there is no need to worry because it is flagged as a beta package for now. The most common issue with F.lux is that it takes a few minutes to work after you reboot your device. However, developers have already coined that they are already working on the fix for this issue and hopefully it will arrive soon as an update.

This is it for now, folks. Let us know in the comments if you guys jailbreaked your iOS 9 device? If you haven’t, see our detailed guide on how-to.

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