Blackhead support has steadily made its way to common acceptance, with big-name apps like YouTube, Reddit and Twitter adopting the feature to meet users' requirements. In this context, Facebook lags, but still offers the sought after feature for easier viewing in low light. However, if your iPhone is jailbroken, you don't have to suffer like everyone else.
Of course, you can take advantage of your iPhone's built-in Smart Invert feature to mimic the dark theme of Facebook, but the functionality is far from perfect, resulting in a poor overall experience. If you're willing to spend $ 1.50, there's a tweak you can buy to finally get this eye-catching feature on Facebook for real.
Brainchild of FoxfortMobile the appropriate name FacebookDarkMode lets you easily Activate this night view mode on your Facebook app to give it a unique look that is easy in the eyes ̵
Step 1: Install Packix Repo
FacebookDarkMode isn Not available in either Cydia or Sileo directly, which means that you must first install an external repo before you can take care of it. The process is simple enough and basically consists of adding repo.packix.com to your list of "Sources" in either app. Just remember that repos you add to Sileo will not automatically be added to Cydia, and vice versa.
Step 2: Buy FacebookDarkMode
With Packix repo installed you can now go and buy FacebookDarkMode. The process is basically the same for both Cydia and Sileo – press the "Purchase" button within tweak's information page to start, then follow the instructions in the Safari browser to complete your purchase through PayPal. If you do not know the process, click on one of the links below to find out more about buying tweaks with either Cydia or Sileo.
You are immediately redirected back to the Packix Safari page after successful payment, where you "have to go through a further step.
Step 3: Register and link your iPhone
Now that you paid for FacebookDarkMode, you must verify your purchase and register your iPhone to pave the way for installation.As mentioned, we recommend that you go to the green "Link via profile" button on the Packix page, because "Link via Cydia" does not seem to work properly when you choose it, not to mention that it does not work at all if you used Sileo to install tweak.
When you choose to link your device with a profile, a popup will be displayed to verify your selection, so press "Allow" to continue installing a configuration profile
Then you transfer to the setup app to complete the process, then hit "Install" to the right and then select it again on the following page to pack. Once the profile is set, you will be redirected to Packix's Safari page for one last time to confirm your newly purchased tweak link to your device.
You can now install FacebookDarkMode, then go back to tweak's details page and press "Modify" (Cydia) or "Get" (Sileo) to begin. From there, either "Install" or "Confirm" on the menu shown at the bottom of Cydia, or "Confirm" after revealing the "Queued" card in Sileo. Give tweak a minute or two to install on your iPhone, then click "Restart SpringBoard" to exit.
Step 5: Apply a dark theme to Facebook
Now that you have tweak installed, open the Settings app, and select "FacebookDarkMode." From there, simply press the switch next to "Enable" to activate the function. In addition, there are other features you can enable, such as a dark keyboard, the ability to hide borders between posts and instant switching with NoctisXI if you have the tweak installed.
Unlike a majority of jailbreak -tweaks you do not need to move your iPhone to be able to use any changes you made with FacebookDarkMode – just enter app switcher mode and force close Facebook to start, then open the app for the dark theme to kick in.
To Get Your Money Worth , FacebookDarkMode gives you around 16 varieties of dark themes to choose from, like Matrix, Light Coral and Blueberry to name but a few. If that wasn't enough, you can simply customize your Facebook theme and let you set custom colors for different elements such as background, text, icon, and more.
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