Enable panorama mode for you iOS camera app using Firebreak

Twitter user @conradev has discovered a modification that allows you to for your stock camera application. This tweak will allow you to take a series of pictures and stitch them together to create a panorama effect. Right now, the only way to enable this tweak is to add a boolean string to a plist file within the system files.

Since this isn't exactly an easy task for novice jailbreakers, we won't go into much detail because @chpwn has already submitted a Cydia tweak called "" FIREBREAK IS AVAILABLE IN CYDIA NOW that will allow you to enable this feature by installing a Cydia package, it should be available tomorrow. For those who know what they are doing. You need to add a new boolean string called "EnableFirebreak" and turn it on in the .plist file. The file is located in var/mobile/library/preferences

Once you respring you will now have the Panorama mode as seen below!


One Response to Enable panorama mode for you iOS camera app using Firebreak

  1. […] on our iPhones but are disabled in the system settings. Earlier this week we told you about Firebreak, a tweak to enable panorama mode on your stock camera application. Now, another hidden feature has […]

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