Add Battery Info For Bluetooth Devices To Lockscreen With kai Tweak

Kai tweak

Kai tweak

Kai tweak for jailbroken devices makes it super convenient for iPhone users to keep track of their battery powered Bluetooth devices. It does so by showing the battery information right on the lockscreen.

With Kai tweak you can easily monitor the current battery status of Bluetooth powered devices like your AirPods, AirPods charging case and Apple Watch. The tweak offers many customization options that enable users to change its look and feel according to their liking.

Basically you get two different display modes with Kai tweak. The first mode, which is called the Vertical mode will display the battery status of each device in the form of banners. This allows the tweak’s battery banners to fit well with the notification banners on your device.

The Horizontal mode is more minimalistic and offers an unobtrusive way for users to display battery information for their Bluetooth devices. In this mode you get tiny buttons that show a small glyph of the device and along with its remaining battery information.

As we have mentioned earlier you got a number of customization options with Kai tweak that gives you full control over its appearance.

From preferences you can hide the large battery view coversheet charging animations, only choose to show devices that are currently charging, change glyph size and have an option to hide device glyphs from kai cells, and more.

kai is compatible with many third-party tweaks out there like Kalm, Grupi, Quart, Complications, Watermelon, QuickLS and others.

You can download the kai tweak from the Chariz repo, where it is available for $0.99. kai works with iOS 13 or later.

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