On iOS 8 and 9, the Photos app
now comes with a new default album called Recently Deleted that displays all
the photos you’ve deleted from the Photos app. The album allows you to easily
restore photos that you’ve deleted and add them back to the Camera
Roll. Photos in the Recently Deleted album will be deleted automatically
after 30 days has passed since the time of deletion. To delete instantly you
have to select all the photos and delete them with lots of steps to do.

A jailbreak tweak known
as NoRecentlyDeleted permanently disables the
Recently Deleted album such that no photos will be moved to the Recently
Deleted album after you’ve deleted them.

This means that after you install the
tweak, all the photos that you delete will be completely removed without
getting added to the Recently Deleted album for further action.

Photos app now comes with a new default album called Recently Deleted that displays all the photos you’ve deleted from the Photos app

If you’re new to the jailbreaking
scene, all you have to do is to first jailbreak your iOS 8 and 9 device
with Pangu or TaiG according
to your iOS versions.
After that open Cydia
Search for NoRecentlyDeleted tweak.
Confirm to install.
The
jailbreak tweak comes with no settings to configure so once you’ve installed
it, you’re good to go..
Compatible with iOS 8 or higher
It is available in Cydia’s via BigBoss repo for free of charge.

Installing Cydia Tweaks
To install the Cydia tweaks, simply
open Cydia – Tap on Search and type the name of the Cydia tweak that
you want to install and Tap install. That’s it!
Note: Respring your device every
time you install new tweaks. The tweaks may not work properly if you do
not respring or reboot your device.