After jailbreaking iPhone or iPads with Evasi0n7, most of our readers are facing status bar overlap issues. We will cover guide to fix status bar issues after iOS 7 jailbreak right in this post.
There are many benefits of jailbreak iPhone, iPad and iPods as it allow users to modify or customize their iDevices in a way they like with otherwise isn’t possible on stock device as Apple don’t want users to play with their iOS. Last month after a long wait, iOS 7 untethered jailbreak was released by Team Evad3rs and Pod2g in the form of Evasi0n7 jailbreak tool and almost all the iDevices owners who have waited so much to jailbreak their iDevices have downloaded that tool and proceeded with jailbreaking process. Almost every user have faced issues as there were few bugs in that tool which were later fixed but the one bug which is still not fixed is status bar turning black and overlapping with apps like calendar, calculator etc.
I have been waiting for the fix status bar issue as I was really getting annoyed because of this iOS 7 status bar overlap. So ladies and gentlemen, the wait if finally over as a new jailbreak tweak called StatusBarFix2 has been released few days ago by a very helping cydia developer to help fellow iDevice owners.
How to Fix Status Bar Issue After iOS 7 Evasi0n7 Jailbreak
In order to get rid of status bar issue after iOS 7 jailbreak, go through the few simple steps below and follow them on your iDevice.
- Launch cydia app on your jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
- Wait for few seconds until the packages are refreshed.
- Once packages are refreshed, go to manage tab and tap on edit followed by add at the top left hand corner.
- Add http://repo.pnre.co.vu repo there.
- Now select the add source and wait for few seconds so the packages are refreshed.
- Once everything is refreshed, search for “StatusBarFix2” there and install it from there.
That’s it. The installation of StatusBarFix2 was enough to fix status bar issue in iOS 7 after Evasi0n7 jailbreak. If it isn’t fixed in your case, let me know in comments below. [via Redmond Pie]