STUCalendar adds the current date to Lock screen unlock slider

By | November 28, 2014

One of the many reasons that users jailbreak their iOS 8 device is to have the freedom to customize it the way they want. One of the iOS 8 elements that users mostly look forward to customizing is the unlock slider on the Lock screen. STUCalendar is a new iOS 8 jailbreak tweak that provides you the ability to customize it.

STUCalendar replaces the Slide to Unlock text on the Lock screen with the current date of your device which can be either Gregorian, Persian or Hebrew.

Although the current date appears on the Lock screen right below the time, with this tweak, you can also view the current Hebrew or the Persian date which is a nice addition especially if you deal with these dates frequently since iOS 8 doesn’t provide an option to choose them. The stock calendar currently supports Gregorian, Japanese or Buddhist.

STUCalendar-tweak

Once you install the tweak, head to its preference pane from the stock Settings app to configure it. From there, you can enable or disable the tweak on demand as well as choose the calendar. There’s also a respring button available to restart your device in case the changes do not take place right away.

If you’ve been looking for a way to get Persian or Hebrew calendar on your device along with Gregorian, you should consider giving this Cydia tweak a try. STUCalendar is available on Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free and supports iOS 8 devices.

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Author: Ali

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