Assign Multiple Passcodes To iOS Lock Screen With MultiPass – How To


In Old Days the only thing that were private and should be protected were messages, but as the time passed Cameras were installed in Mobile Phones giving them the power to store personal photos in them too. In Today’s modern world almost every sort of personal data is stored in smartphones, thus arising a situation for all the security conscious people out there to secure their data more and more and it is also a good practice applying as much as security as possible, but not much to start getting on your nerve. In Apple device, such security is offered native Passcode and with the help of Cydia Tweak, MultiPass, the security can be extended to the limit which is a demand from many users.

But what exactly does MultiPass do? what type of features does it offer to any Jailbroken user to save its precious data without any problem at all. Installing this app will not increase the security of iOS, I mean a person with good bypassing knowledge can easily break it, but it does give you the power to put more than one Bypass code, that sure put “that”person in great anger. It is fair to say that a large portion of smartphone owners undoubtedly have a number of numerical combinations or Passwords that they use to authenticate themselves.


We think it is also fair to say that we put different passcodes at different positions to save our data and private stuff and it is a fair practice that users put wrong password many times just to remember the right one and in the meantime the device mostly stop the passcode option for a little time, so we can think of if. But MultiPass gets rids of such issue by giving the option of setting multiple passcode, anyone can be used to unlock the device when prompted for authentication.

Like all the great tweaks MultiPass also have a toggle button to turn the Option On and Off with just one single tap. This is really important when the app misbehaves or for troubleshooting an unexpected behaviour when multiple packages from Cydia is installed. If you are using a Jailbroken device and forgets the 4-digit code, then this option will be the best thing for you.Multipass is totally free to download and install after adding the Big Boss respo to Cydia and of course you will need a Jailbroken device.

Jailbreak your iOS Device.

Since the following tutorial needs an iOS device which is Jailbroken, you need to Jailbreak your device. If your device is still in its normal condition. Follow our Jailbreak Section to find out how to Jailbreak your device

Add BigBoss Repo To Cydia:

  • BigBoss Repo can’t be add using the same old method.
  • Open iFile and Navigate to /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
  • Add a File name bigboss.list
  • Within the File Add the Following:

# do not edit this file to add your own custom sources
# this file is subject to be upgraded as part of a package
# either add your own .list file to /etc/apt/sources.list.d
# or add your entry to the global /etc/apt/sources.list file deb stable main

  • Close the iFile and Respring, Restart the device.
  • Open Cydia and Let it refresh.

Download MultiPass:

  1. Open Cydia.
  2. Search for MultiPass.
  3. Tap MultiPass once the search is over.
  4. Tap Install on the top right corner.
  5. Tap Confirm.
  6. Restart your device

How To Use MultiPass:

  1. Open MultiPass.
  2. Enable it.
  3. Enter the Passcodes below, all Passcodes must be 4-digit long.
  4. Enjoy!

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