It was just two or three weeks prior that we broke the report about a jailbreak tweak discharge called McSettings that could subject your Settings app to look and feel progressively like the prevalent Minecraft game, however, now you can do likewise with your Lock screen with the assistance of another extra called Bedrock by iOS developer Samg_is_a_Ninja.
As you might’ve recognized for yourself as of now, Bedrock brings the nostalgic Minecraft-centric splash screen messages to your iPhone’s Lock screen. These are common jokes and to some degree shabby, however, Minecraft darlings will be eager to hear that they vitalize decisively as they would in the game on your PC.
After installing Bedrock, you’ll locate a devoted inclination sheet in the Settings app where you can configure it exactly as you would prefer:
Here, you can:
- Switch Bedrock on or off on interest
- Enable or handicap content activities
- Pick whether messages will appear on the left or right of your screen
- Configure a custom Y balance
- Configure a custom turn sum
- Hide or Show the time see
- Configure a custom X balance
- Hide or Show the date see
- Enable while using Hyperion by SparkDev
- Enable while using A-Font by BawApple
The developer gives a choice to respring your device at the base of the inclination sheet, and this is prescribed at whatever point you make changes to the tweak’s settings to such an extent that you can guarantee they produce results.
As indicated by the developer, Bedrock uses a similar sprinkle screen messages that you’d anticipate from the Minecraft game, yet you can alter them if you need to by visiting/Library/ApplicationSupport/mcsplash/splashes.plist by means of your preferred file browser, (for example, Filza) and entering your very own preferred jokes
Pro tip: the tweak looks best when matched with a Minecraft-based Lock screen Wallpaper.
Bedrock is available for $1.00
If you’re keen on attempting Bedrock? Then you can download it for $1.00 from the Packix storehouse in Cydia or Sileo. The tweak underpins all jailbroken devices running iOS 10 through 12. And it ought to likewise play pleasantly with other Lock screen tweaks. For example, A-Font, Hyperion, LockPlus Pro, Xen HTML, and others.
What is your opinion about theming your iPhone’s Lock screen with Minecraft-driven components? Talk about in the remarks area beneath.