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BioLockDown limits access to programs, Control Center switches and portions of the Settings program. It’s possible for you to get these by authenticating your fingerprint using the TouchID attribute on iPhone 5s. While BioLockDown really isn’t the initial tweak to get this done, its most definitely the most economical and also the greatest TouchID-established security tweak up to now.
At first, BioLockDown seems to do as much as BioProtect, the tweak we wrote about a few days back. The latter (developed by Limneos) shields programs from being obtained without security authentication.
BioLockDown is as easy as it could get. The same thing’s simple to setup and configure because actually, there’s no set up included. Once installed, it is possible to enable it from Settings ? BioLockDown ? Under Constraints, it is possible to add a fresh constraint.
Constraints are of three kinds: Switches, Programs and Settings panes.
These aren’t only the stock iOS 7 toggles but those who get added when you make use of a tweak like FlipControlCenter. It is possible to limit these from being obtained or toggled unless a fingerprint authentication is given.
Programs are of course most of the programs you’ve installed.
It’s possible for you to lock down BioLockDown also using itself. But obviously, thats all too common today. The tweak works on iPhone 5s just.
Settings panes would be the choices underneath the Settings tab. Empowering these can prohibit them from being opened or changed without the TouchID authentication.
BioLockDown is on the BigBoss repo for $1.99.