Roxanne lets you customize your jailbroken handset’s system sounds

Unless you live in silent mode all day, you should already know that your iPhone makes all sorts of different sounds as you perform certain actions like unlocking the device and typing on your keyboard. But don’t you ever wish you could customize those sounds to your liking?

With a new free jailbreak tweak called Roxanne by iOS developer iKilledAppl3, you can. This tweak brings a slew of options to the table for customizing the sounds of locking, unlocking, entering your passcode, typing, and opening/closing Home screen folders.

After you’ve installed Roxanne, you’ll find a dedicated
preference pane in the Settings app where you can configure it to your liking:

Here, you can toggle the tweak on or off on demand and configure
a new sound for each of the aforementioned categories (individually, of
course).

When you tap on them, you’ll find that you can select from a pre-defined list of sounds or tap into the power of Malipo, which gets installed alongside Roxanne to provide you with a whole host of additional sounds to pick from:

Roxanne’s native pre-defined sound list isn’t all that impressive
(yet), but it does include stock sounds from other types of devices for certain
actions, such as the LG V20 and the Nintendo Switch, among other things:

We expect that the developer will update Roxanne with more sounds in the future, but if you’re interested in having a go with the tweak for yourself in the meantime, then you can download it for free from Cydia’s Packix repository. Roxanne supports jailbroken iOS 10, 11, and 12 devices.

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