Another day, another tweak. This new jailbreak tweak brings the features of Apple’s best smartphone till date to older devices. Here’s how you can download and install it on your iPhone.
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How FluidEnabler works
iPhone X has a lot of mesmerizing features but they remain exclusive to iPhone X users only. Older models don’t have any of these, especially its UI.
Moreover, a lot of jailbreakers didn’t purchase the X out of fear of missing out on a jailbreak. This is where this new tweak comes in.
FluidEnabler Cydia tweak ports iPhone X’s user interface features to older devices. It is developed by the developer Sam Breadman, who is a newcomer.
It is a very comprehensive tweak and is carefully designed to emulate each and every aspect of X’s UI.
Unlike other tweaks, its features are not just limited to software. It also alters the behavior of physical buttons to match that of the buttons in iPhone X.
Once you install it, here are the gestures you can use.
- Siri – Invoke Siri with the power button.
- Screenshots – Take screenshots by holding power and volume up buttons together.
- Switch off – Switch off your device by holding power button + volume down / pressing power button 5 times
- Apps – Close applications by holding down a thumbnail and press the “minus” button.
Here’s a video demonstration of how this tweak works.
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FluidEnabler modifies pretty much everything you can think of, that is, the lock screen, the App Switcher, etc.
Here’s how the Settings section looks like after installing it.
Tap to wake
The only thing missing from this amazing tweak is the stock “tap to wake” feature. iPhone X users can tap anywhere on the screen instead of using the Sleep button.
This feature is not present in older models such as iPhone 7. Here’s how this feature works.
Once the developer introduces this feature, this tweak will become absolutely perfect.
Another thing that is missing from FluidEnabler is the stock iPhone X Status bar. The developer does intend to add the Status bar in future builds.
This tweak will use PreferenceLoader to allow the user to enable and disable all intrinsic features.
Download FluidEnabler tweak
FluidEnabler should sell for $3 at least, in my opinion. It really is that good. Highly recommended.
Cydia is not available on iOS 11 as of yet. Therefore, you must use Electra jailbreak toolkit to install this tweak. You can follow the installation tutorial here.
If you are on iOS 10.3.3 or below versions, it will not work on your Apple device. If you still want to get some iPhone X features on your device, you can try Swiper.
FluiEnabler is available in the form of a tar archive here for free. It is compatible only with iOS 11.
Update – Beta 2 is out with improved features and a preferences section.
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Can this tweak be installed on iPhone 5s ios 12.1.2?
LittleXS tweak works better than fluid. It works on iOS 12.4.3
Why can you do nothing in demo mode
How can i inatall this on my iphone 5s ios 11.4. It is compatible for my device or not ? Plz reply
Yes, it is but you need to have a jailbreak.
I don’t think beta 2 has a preferences section. I downloaded from GitHub, if anyone has a version of FluidEnabler with a prefs section, please leave a reply!
You can get one from hackyouriphone repo.
Any body have a repo source for fluidity
Use https://repo .hackyouriphone .org/
I installed fluidity in my iphone x and now i uninstalled but the home screen is still bug idk why any wants to helpme ?
I tried it on my ipad and the dock keeps poping up when i try to go to homescreen in apps. You know a fix
A version 2 will be out next week so wait for that.
Link for updated version??
It’s already updated.
no its not
Does not work on my iPhone 6. On the upper right hand corner of the screen there are toggles that pop up which seem to be the preferences but can’t touch them or get them to activate. Will this be fixed or has it happened to anyone else?
Yes, it’s beta right now and will likely be fixed in upcoming versions.