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RedFailedMessages Makes Red Bubbles for Failed SMS


Here is all you need to know about RedFailedMessages Tweak for iOS 10.

Another day, another tweak. Today, dev NeinZedd9 has just submitted all the new tweak for iOS 10 jailbroken devices. I must appreciate his effort because no one has requested this tweak. Even this concept was never presented by someone.

As the name, RedFailedMessages suggests the meaning of the tweak. This tweak will make the bubble red for failed messages on your device.

If you have a Jailbroken iOS 10 device you can easily install this tweak for free.

Moreover, the developer has just uploaded this tweak source code on GitHub. According to the developer, this is open source tweak. This suggests some future changes in this tweak.

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If you are a newbie and don’t know how to install RedFailedMessages tweak for iOS 10 then take a look at the very short and easy guide.

How to Install RedFailedMessages Tweak for iOS 10

In order to install this free package please make sure that you have a Jailbroken device. If you do not have Cydia on your device, visit our Jailbreak Wizard for help.

  1. At the very first, Open Cydia on your device.
  2. Go to Changes Tab on your device.
  3. Just hit the Refresh sources button.
  4. Wait for the new updates and releases.
  5. Now search for the RedFailedMessages tweak and install it.

So, finally, after the installation process, do not forget to respring your device.

No options are available to configure this tweak. If you want to disable this tweak, go to Cydia and delete this tweak anytime you want.

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Shaeel Iqbal
Loves to write about iOS but more for iPhone. Student of BS Computer Science.


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