It is undeniable that Facebook is now the largest social network that allows you to connect with people around the globe. Facebook has released cool features recently like Reactions, Messenger chatbots and more, which help people communicate with each other in many interesting ways. However, the company has yet to allow you to download videos from Facebook to your iPhone’s Camera Roll. But not to worry, if you have a jailbroken iPhone, you can definitely do this with a free app called FVideo.
FVideo enables users to quickly download any video from Facebook to your iPhone’s Camera Roll and even replay it when there is no network. Once installed, FVideo will be activated by default. By using it, you now do not need to rely on third-party websites and apps that sometimes seem to be complicated to use.
Without further ado, we will walk you through how.
Step 1: First and foremost, launch your Facebook app and find a video that you want to download.
Step 2: Tap and hold on the video, and then the tweak will prompt you a pop-up that requires you to select the video quality (either SD or HD).
Step 3: After selecting the video quality, a HUD is displayed with the progress of the download. Once completed, the video will be automatically saved to your Camera Roll. Now you can have access to it right there, view it again and even share it with your friends.
As far as you can see that the tweak can perform its functions easily to help you download any video from Facebook app to your iPhone device. And it would be great to know that no configuration is required and FVideo is activated by default.
FVideo is now being offered to you as a free software package on Cydia’s BigBoss repository. With jailbroken devices, you head into Cydia, search for BigBoss under Search, and then enable the tweak named FVideo.
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