Sonitus tweak for jailbroken devices enables iOS’s native Noise Cancellation controls for third-party headphones from Sony, Bose and Anker.
Apple’s noise cancellation equipped headphones get native Noise Cancellation and Transparency Mode controls inside the Control Center’s volume section. However if you own non-Apple headphones you do not get access to these controls for your headphones.
On third-party noise cancelling headphones made by companies such as Bose, Sony or Anker users have to rely on the hardware controls or the headphone apps in order to turn on noise cancellation feature.
Sonitus tweak for jailbroken devices changes that, as it gives users quick access to iOS’s native Noise Cancellation and Transparency Mode controls for their third-party made headphones.
With Sonitus tweak you can access the native Noise Cancellation controls by accessing the Control Center and long tapping on the volume slider. When you get to the noise cancellation controls you can move the slide to left side to enable noise cancellation, move it in center to turn off noise cancellation and move the slider towards right to turn on transparency mode for the headphone.
Currently Sonitus tweak supports a limited number of headphones from 3 major manufacturers. This includes the following:
- Sony WH-1000XM3
- Sony WH-1000XM4
- Sony WF-1000XM4
- Bose QC35
- Bose NC700
- Anker Soundcore Life Q30
Setting up Sonitus is very easy. Simply install the tweak and open its preferences from the Settings app. Then select your headphones model.
Once you do the tweak will start working and let you quickly control Noise Cancellation features of your Sony, Bose or Anker headphones right from the Control Center.
You can download Sonitus tweak from the Chariz repo where it is available for free. It works with iOS 13 and iOS 14.
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