PureKFD is KFD tweak manager for iOS 15 and iOS 16

Consider installing PureKFD if you’re itching for iOS 16 jailbreak-like changes. With the help of community-created tweaks, you can alter hidden system settings with this tweak manager, which is powered by the KFD exploit.

Although PureKFD offers certain customization options, the Picasso Repository powers most of its features. As things stand, the most recent iterations have a remarkable success rate of almost 100%.

What is PureKFD?

Lrdsnow has developed a new project called PureKFD (PurityKFD), which enables users to access Picasso Packages and Misaka Packages and utilize the KFD exploit to run them on devices that are compatible. This is just a straightforward KFD tweak manager that combines tweaks from Picasso and Misaka. The Misaka Repositories will be added in the near future, however, they are not currently supported.

The main idea behind PureKFD is to provide Picasso extensions, which are actually freely and openly accessible through the Cowabunga source code. Nevertheless, PurityKFD requires customers to pay for these modifications. PureKFD may support iOS 16.0+, although it was tested to function on iOS 16.2 – iOS 16.5, and iOS 16.6 Beta 1.

As of right now, PureKFD offers full support for all Picasso Essentials and Picasso Essentials Beta features in addition to extra adjustments. Access changes to change the backdrop and shadows of notification banners, remove Dock, alter system fonts, activate Dynamic Island on any device, and customise the animation of the Face ID lock symbol on the lock screen.

PureKFD iOS 16
PureKFD iOS 16

More and more adjustments are being released all the time to provide customers with more alternatives when it comes to customizing their iOS devices. Notably, to apply these modifications, PureKFD doesn’t require a jailbreak. Everything is made feasible by the latest KFD exploit.

Your Home Screen will display a new icon after installing the PureKFD IPA. The Home, Repos, and Installed sections make up the three sections of the tweak manager interface. All of the modifications can be applied from the Home screen. You can maintain your tweaks in the Installed area, while the list of repositories with installable tweaks is kept in Repos.

PurityKFD was presented as a GitHub Repository-accessible open-source project. The programming languages Swift and Objective-C are used to create the source code.

PureKFD Tweaks iOS 16
PureKFD Tweaks iOS 16

PureKFD v4 Release

The MDC exploit is now supported by the latest version of the PureKFD tweak manager. Every tweak that is currently available will now work with any device running iOS 15.0 – iOS 15.7.1 and iOS 16.0 – iOS 16.1.2. PureKFD will alternate between MDC and KFD exploits on its own.

Additional PureKFD changes include displaying supported versions without enforcing them, adding screenshots for Misaka tweaks, resolving the “Remove Dynamic Island” issue, offering basic support for Misaka packages, allowing the Home Bar to be removed from Picasso’s Beta repo, and improving the search tweaks functionality.

If you experience any issues with the KFD tweak manager, Misaka is a different—and possibly better—option. It is compatible with non-jailbroken smartphones running iOS 15 to iOS 16 and has a library of over 400 changes. All of the iOS-compatible devices, including the newest iPhone models like the iPhone 14 Max, are supported by this adaptable solution.

In addition to supporting Picasso, Misaka, and PureKFD’s new packages, PureKFD v4 offers a number of other improvements, including universal preference support, a noticeably smoother user experience, substantial 3D touch capabilities, a customizable user interface, and a tweak creator.

Download PureKFD IPA

Using an IPA installer such as Sideloadly (available for Windows and macOS) or SideStore, the on-device IPA signing tool for iOS 16, you can sideload PureKFD IPA onto your iPhone. You can install PureKFD IPA on your devices—whether they are jailbroken or not—using one of the two approaches.

Use the Sideloadly app to install PureKFD IPA on your iOS device by following these steps:

  1. Using the link at the top of this page, download the PureKFD IPA.
  2. Open the Sideloadly program on your Mac or PC.
  3. Use USB to connect your iPad or iPhone to the computer.
  4. To start the installation process, load the IPA file into the application.
  5. For the PureKFD IPA file to be signed, provide your Apple ID.
  6. To start sideloading the IPA file onto your device, click the “Start” button.
  7. Enter your Apple ID password when asked.
  8. From the Home Screen, launch the Settings app.
  9. Go to “General” and then “VPN & Device Management.”
  10. Select the developer application linked to your email address.
  11. To enable the app to operate, tap “Trust.”

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