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MiniBanners Shrinks Notification Banners on Your Jailbroken iPhone so They're Less Intrusive

iOS (Jailbroken): Notification Center is great, but sometimes the banners can get in the way of what you're doing on your iPhone. MiniBanners is a jailbreak hack that provides you with smaller banners so they're less-intrusive.

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CoverMeNot Keeps iPhone Notifications from Blocking Your Screen

iPhone (Jailbroken): One of the slight annoyances with the iPhone's banner notifications is the fact it blocks the top of your screen. CoverMeNot is a simple, but useful jailbreak tweak that resizes your screen slightly so banner notifications don't cover up what you're doing.

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How Do I Figure Out What's Slowing Down My Jailbroken iPhone?

Dear Lifehacker, I recently jailbroke my iPhone and installed a boatload of jailbreak apps, and at first everything was going great. After a few days, though, my phone slowed down and now it occasionally even crashes. Is there a way to hunt down the culprits and figure out what's going on?

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NotiQuiet Disables Notifications When Selected Apps Are in Use

iOS (Jailbreak): When you're in the middle of doing something important on your iPhone or iPad there's nothing worse than getting a notification that takes you out of the moment. Worse still is when you get a notification right in your ear when you're on a phone call. NotiQuiet is a small tweak that lets you silence notifications based on which app you have open.

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Reveal Makes iOS Notifications Scrollable and Easier to Read

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Dashboard X Brings Live Widgets To Your iOS Device’s Home Screen

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How to Make Your iPhone Read Your Mind

How to Make Your iPhone Read Your Mind. Forget Siri. Talking to your iPhone is cool, but you still have to tell it what to do. Wouldn't it be better if your phone could just read your mind? With a few tweaks, you can make a jailbroken iPhone automatically turn off the passcode when you're at home, turn off notifications when it's placed face down, or even change the brightness on a schedule you create.

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Here's the (Tethered) iOS 5.1.1 Jailbreak

Here’s the (Tethered) iOS 5.1.1 Jailbreak

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Quasar Runs Apps in Windowed Mode on iPad

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