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Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Force "Picture in Picture" mode on devices incompatible with ForceInPicture (jailbreak)



Picture in Picture (PiP) is a type of multitasking that was introduced with iOS 9 so you can complete other tasks while at the same time watching a video. Unfortunately iPhones, iPod Touch and some iPad models can not use this mode because it is only restricted to certain iPad models. Therefore, we present a new jailbreak tweak called ForceInPicture that can apply PiP mode on all non - compatible devices, while running iOS iOS 9 or 10 in them.

Because Picture in Picture mode is set to iOS, all devices already have this built-in feature. Apple has simply turned it off on unsupported devices because of potential performance issues and screen size.

After installing ForceInPicture, you can invoke the PiP function with dedicated player iOS the default button. Note that this does not work on all video players.

Once you touch the button, you can close the application where you find the start button and the video will stay above the icons on the home screen, where you can see and open another application.


You can tap and drag the window to move the video on the screen so you can interact with anything that may be hidden underneath it, and to actually make more space, you can completely move the screen sideways and you will see an arrow that allows you Which returns to its previous state.


Keep in mind that the Picture in Picture mode was designed for larger screens, but works well if you install it on a small screen device.

As for the performance, it really does not look at the naked eye when using the tweak.

ForceInPicture does not have options to configure, so there is nothing to adjust after installation. If you are interested in giving it a try, you can download it for free on your device iOS jailbreak iOS 9 or 10 from the BigBoss Cydia repository.

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