We covered Ryan’s FlipControlCenter – a Control Center customization tweak which lets you add more toggles. That was a good tweak with optimal customization options: enable or disable toggles and control how many toggles are visible in a page.
But here’s something that goes beyond that one. CCControls is probably the most powerful Control Center tweak so far as toggles are concerned. There’s a lot of stuff you can customize with CCControls. The fact that it’s free and works flawlessly on the iPhones makes it a damn good tweak to install right away.
As we all know, Control Center on iOS 7 is one of the coolest additions to the iOS ecosystem. It’s not without limitations though – features that Apple either doesn’t venture out to add for various reasons. But with jailbreak community working its way up based on the existing layers, it’s only a matter of time before these limitations are broken.
One of the limitations is the toggles you have on the Control Center. Tweaks like SBSettings and NCSettings let you have a lot of settings toggles on the Notification Center. Apple kind of copied these tweaks into its Control Center. With limitations, of course.
CCControls brings a whole set of customization tools to let you tweak the toggles, their appearance and the way it works.
Here’s Some of the Features of CCControls Cydia Tweak:
- Flipswitch integration: brings you almost all the settings toggles you’ll ever need right from 3G, Airplane Mode, Bluetooth, Wi-fi, DND, Flashlight, Hotspot, Location, Respring and more.
- Themes: CCControls comes packed with a variety of button themes. Screenshots here show the beautiful icons.
- Lock Screen Restrictions: you can have the Control Center pop open on the lockscreen but prevent certain toggles like Settings, Wi-fi, Bluetooth etc. from being accessed/enabled/disabled.
The tweak has been completely thought out by the looks of it. If it takes wings, more developers/designers should be adding custom icon themes for the tweak.
CCControls is free on the ModMyi repo.
Compatibility: iPhones and iPod Touch. (No iPads or A7-devices support yet).