Install Animated Wallpapers in iOS 9.3.3 – any Jailbroken device: If you are sick and tired of your boring old wallpaper on your Apple device and want to make it a lot more lively and fun read this.
All you will have to do is follow these simple and easy steps. It will work with any jailbroken device and not only on iPhone 6S.
You can check a similar tweak “LiveWallEnabler” here: Install iPhone 6s LiveWallpapers in older devices.
The animated wallpaper will apply to not only your Home Screen but your Lock Screen as well.
Keep in mind that your device will need to be jailbroken in order to do this, so you will have to jailbreak it if it isn’t already.
Install Animated Wallpapers in iOS 9.3.3 – vWallpaper 2 for iOS 9
The first thing that you will need to do is go to Cydia and “Sources“.
Then go to “Edit”, “Add”, and when you see the prompt appear you will want to enter “deb.danstaface.net”.
Press “Add Source” and return to Cydia. Hit the danstaface repo and tap “All Packages”.
Then you will want to scroll down on the list you see to “vWallpaper 2 for iOS9”. Tap “Modify” and “Install” then “Confirm”.
Tap the ‘Restart Springboard” button that appears. Once your device has been re-sprung, your going to have the vWallpaper app.
Using vWallpaper 2 for iOS 9
Go to “Manage Current Theme” and you can choose to enable the Lock Screen and/or Springboard. You will see a list of different videos that you can download so you can get the sort of effect you want. Tap the top section called “Pizentu Dewind.” You will see the various screen sizes, and select the one that applies to your device.
You also have a bar in the top while navigating the theme list to select you screen size from 3.5″ to iPad.
vWallpaper 2 for iOS 9 Settings
You also can configure some options in vWallpaper 2. In the main screen got to “Global settings“.
Here you can: set the icon transparency, enable / disable video ringtone and lock screen auto lock times.
You can also “ghost” your icons by playing around with the transparency setting.
You will just have to move the white dot around until you get the exact transparency you want.
When the dot is all the way to the left, the background will not be transparent at all, and when it’s all the way to the right it will be very transparent.
It’s recommended that you keep the transparency just under 50 percent for the best overall look.
If you ever want to delete a certain animation, just swipe from right to left. You will also be able to see a preview of each individual animation at the top of the screen so you know exactly what it will look like.
When you hit the home button after selecting a certain animation, it will automatically apply it so there is nothing more that needs to be done. If you ever want to get rid of a certain animation, simply go to “Manage” and toggle off the option next to either Springboard or Lock Screen (whatever you had enabled), and it will go back to the normal wallpaper you had before once you hit the Home button.