If you have jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch on iOS 9, you probably know that you can hide the application icons using a tweak such as Springtomize 3 (read: Cydia: Springtomize 3 compatible with the iOS 9 jailbreak).
However, if your iDevice is running iOS 9.1 or iOS 9.2, you cannot unpack your device. Fortunately, there is a very simple trick to hide the applications installed by default in iOS 9.
To do this, touch and hold the icon of an application with your finger. Then move it to another so that a folder is created. Enter the folder, then move the icon of the app you want to disappear to the second tab, then the third tab. While continuing to hold the icon, press the Home button (see image above). Your application is now hidden!
You can still start it using Spotlight search. Finally, to make the apps reappear, you just have to restart your device. Did you miss a stage? Watch the explanatory video below: