Ever try to use a cheat in one of your favorite iOS games? Don’t worry your secret is safe with me.
Nowadays, when a simple hack or cheat is shared, it’s usually in the form of game save files. This files contained the “unlimited gold” or x amount of resources you need in the game.
All you have to do is get access to your iOS directory and drop that file in there, perform a little tweak on the iPhone or iPad, and suddenly, you’re the best player.
Why am I talking about gamesaves?
Oops, I shouldn’t, but that was the best example I can think of. The tweak that I’m going to mention here does the same thing with your installed applications.
Apps Manager can backup, restore, and delete the data of your iPhone applications. The backup and restore feature can become handy sometimes, especially for apps that are:
- Complicated to setup
- Will wipe out your saved files after you delete the app
When you no longer need a particular AppData, you have the option to delete them to make more room for other things.
How to Use Apps Manager
- Install Apps Manager tweak from the BigBoss repo
- Confirm > Respring
- Go to its Settings page > Applications
- Choose an app you want to manageHere you can see some important information such as Version, Disk Usage, and other Localizations path
- Scroll down, and you will see three more options: Backup, Restore, and Wipe
- Choose Backup if you want to save your application data, Restore if you need to go back to the previous backup, or Delete the app’s data including all files.
Import and Export backup
Let’s say you just transfer to a new jailbroken device. To restore the data of your applications, just follow the same steps as above.
When you get to the same Backup page, be sure to export the save files. After that, you can transfer it to the new device. Another neat feature isn’t it?
P.S: Apps Manager support iOS 7, 8, and 9.