Customize Flash Colors And Settings While Taking Screenshot On iPhone, iPad or iPod

by admin on June 4, 2012

in Apple, Gadgets, Tweaks



The Cupertino based giant is well known for the uber-most quality products it delivers, and innovates. Few of them are the trail of Apple’s touchscreen devices which include iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch. Apart from their widely-loved user interface, these devices are preferred by technology enthusiasts and common man for the wide range of apps and services it offers. Apple iPhone is one of the devices I personally own, and it is also one of those devices without which my daily activities will remain incomplete. If you own an iDevices, you get exposed to thousands of brilliant applications, from the App Store, or from the jailbreak community.

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Well, this post is actually for the jailbroken ones, since we are going to manipulate the software, to produce desirable changes in the normal functioning of the device. Rest assured, you don’t need to do the complex stuff. All that will be taken care of, by the native jailbreak app- Cydia itself. If you are frequent iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch user, you would be aware of the fact that your device is capable of capturing screenshots with simple hit of Home+Power button together. This post will guide you on how you can customize the white flash which you see when you take the screen-shot.

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This is made possible with the help of simple, and easy to use tweak from Cydia, named FlashCustomize. This simple tweak from Cydia lets you customize the flash which you encounter when you take a screen-shot. You change settings like Flash color, opacity and gradient settings for the screen-shot flash. Once you install the free-of-cost app from the BigBoss repository, you can configure its settings by navigating to Settings>>FlashCustomize. One cool thing about this tweak is that apart from changing basic flash settings, it lets you add your own pictured to the directory using your favorite SSH client. Once done, your picture will be displayed when you take the screen-shot.

Got more tips and tweaks for our readers? Share them in the comments section below!

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Sidhant Chadha has written 288 post in this blog.

A technology enthusiast turned blogger, I write mainly about Apple products, Android tricks and tips, blogging issues, WordPress management, Search Engine Optimizations and much more.


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