Activator is one of the most popular and most useful tweaks in the jailbreak world. Developed by Ryan Petrich, Activator provides a platform on which many tweaks run. With iOS 9.3.3 jailbroken, many developers have been updating their applications. Ryan Petrich has done the same to the delight of the jailbreak community.
The new versions of Activator and RocketBootstrap are now available and compatible with iOS 9.3.3. This updates have made it possible to run a large number of tweaks that depend on these platforms in order to function properly.
One of the most essential component of Activator is that it enables motion gestures to work. With Activator running, you can use the motion and gesture commands on apps like SBSetting. There are also many apps that depend on this tweak in order to function using gesture commands. For you to enjoy the best that jailbreak has to offer, you have to install Activator.
Not only can you enable gesture commands with the Activator tweak. You’ll also decide where a specific gesture works. Whether it should only function at the homescreen or the lockscreen. You can also choose to allow it to happen anywhere in the app. Other actions include motion sensors that allow you to provoke actions by shaking the iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.
Another aspect of Activator that is worth enjoying is the ability to provoke different applications from different actions. For example, tapping the homepage button a couple of times could open up a set of applications. You can set the tweak to launch your music app, Bluetooth, Games, and even reboot your iOS device.
How to Download & Install Activator
To download Activator, simply head to Cydia > Sources > Edit > Add. Once here, you add the Ryan Petrich repo by visiting http://rpetri.ch/repo and tap Add Source. Find Activator (the newest version) and download it. Wait for it to install and activate. You’re now ready to enjoy the benefits that this new update brings to your iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak experience.