Change Apple Watch stock notification sounds and vibrations like a cakewalk using this jailbreak tweak
You know Apple has built a closed ecosystem that a regular end-user can’t easily change the pre-determined options. When you want to change something you dislike on iOS/iPadOS, the efficient solution is jailbreaking.
It’s a complex process to get hold of advanced privileges an out of the box iDevice can’t provide. Maybe, you already went through the core procedure successfully using a suitable tool like checkra1n, unc0ver, Chimera, etc.
We have shared with you dozens of jailbreak tweaks like LockWidgets, always on display, power down menu disabler, CallBar XS, MilkyWay2 & Backgrounder Action2 for CCSupport, iSupervisor, AutoTouch, Vieux, etc.
Moreover, we also introduced you to a tweak that bring Apple Watch widgets to iOS lock screen as well. Not just that, on the day of Christmas, watchOS-inspired charging screen for iPhone went live. What we have today is another tweak to tinker with your Apple Watch.
You know it’s impossible to change stock notification sounds and vibration patterns on watchOS, don’t you? With a jailbroken iPhone in your hands, you can make it possible with WatchSounds. The compatibility ranges from iOS 11 to iOS 13 (Including A12 devices), and WatchOS 4.0+.
It’s a paid jailbreak tweak that you can bag for as low as $1.50. Still, don’t expect it to give you a magic wand so that you can add your own notification tones. At present, there are only ten system sounds to choose from
List of available sounds:
• Phone call
• Text message
• Calendar event
• Digital touch
• App notification
• Emergency SOS vibration
• Walkie talkie (WatchOS 5+)
• Health (WatchOS 5+)
Add Packix repo (repo.packix.com) to your favourite package manager and you get the tweak from there. Also, it comes with an option to always forward notifications to the watch, even when the iPhone is unlocked. You can check this video for demo sounds.
Note:- Don’t forget to have a look at our iOS section to get more jailbreak tweaks.
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