Burst Mode: Quickly Add Burst Mode To The Stock Camera App

It has been a long time since I've reviewed any jailbreak tweak. To be honest with you, in these days it is very hard to find a nice and useful jailbreak tweak to install on your jailbroken iPhone. Right now I've just found a new recently released jailbreak tweak called Burst Mode which allows users to continuously take photos with iOS 6′s stock Camera app. It’s not as feature rich as the burst mode found in iOS 7, but it’s a nice compromise for jailbroken iOS 6 users.
So what does Burst Mode do ? The tweak allows you to take as many photos as you want using a simple tap and hold on the shutter button, or a press and hold on your iOS device’s physical volume button. Along with its burst mode capabilities, the tweak features a nice array of bonus features to take advantage of as well. Have a look inside as we look at what makes this free jailbreak tweak tick.

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Simply after installing the tweak on your iPhone, go to the tweak's settings menu where you’ll notice a new preference panel dedicated to Burst Mode.

In the tweak’s preferences, there are quite a few options that you can configure to your liking. There’s the obligatory kill switch, which will need to be enabled to use the tweak. There’s also a Photos Limit Count, which defaults at 999.


The next setting is Hold Time Delay. This setting is the amount of time that a user holds on the camera shutter button before the burst mode photos begin. The delay can be as little as 1 second, up to as many as 3 seconds. I believe a lower delay is better, especially if you want to emulate the style of iOS 7 as closely as you can.

Burst Mode Interval is the next setting up to bat, and like the Hold Time Delay setting, it too features a handy slider for adjusting its time. The lowest interval that can be set is 0.00 seconds, while the highest setting is 6.00 seconds. Obviously, again, lower is better.

Next to the Burst Mode Interval lies an interesting toggle entitled Safe. Safe mode essentially allows you to continuously take photos only if the previous photo has been written to the photo album. Without this enabled, it’s possible that you may face issues with photo capturing, bugs, lag, etc. In other words, this setting should be set to on if you want to guarantee the stability of your device.

A bunch of miscellaneous settings round out the tweak’s preferences. They are as follows:
  1. Disable Iris Animation
  2. Disable Preview Animation
  3. Live Preview Well
  4. Flash Burst
  5. HDR Burst
If you’re still rocking iOS 6, presumably because you want to keep your jailbreak, then Burst Mode is a tweak worth checking out. Not only is it decent in function, but it’s also a free download on Cydia’s BigBoss repo. Let me know what you think about it in the comment section below.

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