The Home bar, this tiny ribbon at the bottom of the screen on iPhone models without a home button, is useful when you first get used to the movements of an iPhone X or a newer user. Learn how to swipe up to unlock, switch to the home screen, show the app toggle switch, and so on. After a few weeks, however, it will be a nuisance of eyesore that you can not get rid of – unless you have an iPhone X with jailbreak.
Hopefully Apple gives us the option to hide the Home bar on iPhones with Face ID Once iOS 13 has come out, but you can do something about it now if you do not want to wait for something that may not even happen. This is where the HideBarX tweak from Developer Spark comes in, allowing you to remove the Home bar for less distractions and cleaner appearance overall.
: Install Spark's Beta Repository
while HideBarX is Installed The installation is free, you can not easily get the Tweak in Cydia or Sileo. You must first install an external repo. If you are unfamiliar with the process, you only need to add beta.sparkservers.co.uk to your "sources" list for either application.
If you add it to Cydia, it will not be displayed automatically in Sileo, and vice versa. If you use both programs, you must manually add the repo. See the following manuals for more information about this process.
Step 2: Install and Use HideBarX
With Spark's Beta Repo, go to the "Search" page for Cydia or Sileo, type "hidebarx" in the search box, and tap the tweak as soon as it appears. On the Details page of the Tweak, tap either "Install" (Cydia) or "Get" (Sileo).
Now you have to complete the installation of the Tweak, either "Confirm" (Cydia) or Swipe up on the bottom of the "Queues" card and select "Confirm" (Sileo). From there, just wait a minute or two (usually less) to install the Tweak and click "Restart SpringBoard" to revise your iPhone and complete the process.
Like you If you can see the GIF above, HideBarX will be activated immediately as soon as your iPhone has improved. No gray, black or white bar at the bottom of the lock screen. No more bar in apps. It just went for a messy gig. However, the tweak has no special settings that can be used to turn it off in an instant. This means that you need to uninstall them if the home bar should reappear. Don & # 39; t Miss: More Cydia Tips and Tricks for All Your Jailbreaking Needs