There’s been a hailstorm of messaging apps, which comes with many features. Some of them offer audio calling, video calling, different stickers, Emoji and much more. But only drawback with these messaging apps is that they need you to be connected to internet in order to send or receive any message.

It is an old saying, “Old is Gold”; number of messaging app does not matter when we talk about stock Messages app in iOS. Messages app is always functional regardless of internet connection, it only demands a SIM card with network access. Certain senders can be a real headache and keep us disturbing all the time.

How to Mute Messages in iOS 9 on iPhone

To overcome this problem, we have found a Cydia tweak, with which you can mute any particular sender. By doing so, you will no longer receive any new message notification from that sender. The tweak is called Mutiny, read the guide on How to mute conversation in Messages app on iOS 9.

How to Mute Conversation in Messages App in iOS 9 on iPhone

Step #1. Open Cydia

Step #2. Install Mutiny tweak from BigBoss repo. (Available for free)

Step #3. Now go to Messages app.

Step #4. Swipe left on any conversation, and you will notice a new button introduced called Mute. Simply tap on it to mute that particular conversation.

Mute Messages on iPhone in iOS 9

Step #5. If you want to unmute the conversation, swipe left again and tap on Unmute.

That’s all; you will no longer receive any notification for mute messages. If you are not using a non-Jailbroken device and wish to mute any conversation in Messages app; you can follow our guide on non-Jailbroken devices.