How to Add iPhone Progress Bar to Respring Screen [iOS 9 Jailbreak Tweak]
Would you like to add iPhone progress bar to your respring screen? This way you’ll know how the progress goes when you respring your smartphone. iOS 9 users who have jailbroken their gadget can take advantage of the Cydia tweaks and install one interesting addition to their iDevice.
There are many iPhone respring screen jailbreak tweaks as well as tweaks that offer other customization options for jailbroken users. RespringProgress is one of them. Once you download and install this program you’ll be able to get more information while respringing your Apple handset.
How to Get iPhone Progress Bar for Respring Screen
Step 1. Visit BigBoss repo on Cydia and download the $0.99 app called RespringProgress [you can fix Pangu boot loop of death after iOS 9 jailbreak].
Step 2. Install the jailbreak tweak on your iPhone.
Step 3. Now when you respring the iPhone [users often do this after they install Cydia tweaks to apply the changes] you’ll see the progress bar. It appears where Apple boot logo is shown while you are respringning.
Step 4. There is nothing to configure. Still the addition is very useful because it informs you about the respringing progress. You’ll know when your iPhone enters boot loop because of faulty tweaks, for example.
According to tweak developer, the tool can track all the objects loaded by Springboard during respring process and show you their number. It compares this number to the total one which signals that the Springboard is completed.
Isn’t it nice to keep the track of your respring progress on the iOS 9 iPhone? You can easily get this control if you are jailbroken and have installed the correct Cydia tweak.