New tweaks: BackupAZ, PhotosDismiss8, QuickVolumeHUD+ and more

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If you haven’t refreshed your Cydia sources then now is the time to do so, as a range of new tweaks were released in the store, ready for you to download them on your jailbroken devices. All these new hacks have been featured in this roundup article, telling you what these hacks do. In this post we have showcased BackupAZ Command-Line edition, PhotoDismiss8, NoSafariHistory and QuickVolumeHUD+. Read on to learn what they do and how you can download them on your iPhone or iPad.

BackupAZ Command-Line edition

BackupAZ Command-Line edition tweak allows users to backup their device’s data right on their iPhone, without using iTunes. With this tweak you can backup Cydia sources, installed packages, contacts, notes, calendars, call history, homescreen setup, photos, videos, Safari history and other types of data. You can use the hack to restore the backups on the device as well. With BackupAZ Command-Line edition you can access your backups through a PC using SSH. You can download it from Cydia for $2.99.


PhotoDismiss8 tweak allows users to dismiss the photo preview screen by simply sliding on it. Usually users have to tap on the back button in order to return to the ‘Moments’ screen. With this tweak you can do so by swiping on the photo, similar to Facebook and other apps. PhotoDismiss 8 is available in ‘’ repo for free. It will soon be released on one of the stock repos as well.


NoSafariHistory completely disables the history feature of Safari browser, so you don’t have to switch between the private and normal modes. NoSafariHistory is a free hack.


QuickVolumeHUD+ makes the volume HUD of iOS dismiss quicker, saving you time and making the experience of increasing or decreasing the volume better. It is available for free.

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