Thursday, April 20, 2017

How To Add A Cellular Data Toggle To Control Center In iOS 10

The best thing about jailbreaking is that it makes even more easily to get the desired functionally and the recent release helps to add a cellular data toggle to iOS 10 Control Center. Despite the many changes that been made to iOS, there is still no easy way to enable the data in your mobile plan on iPhone since you need to go to Settings app to find the panel Data preferences and sometimes it get really annoying when you find yourself doing other things on your device. 

Fortunately, a new Cydia tweak dubbed as CCDataMore fixes this problem by adding a toggle switch to Control Center to enable/disable cellular data. Because it is really easy to access Control Center from anywhere in iOS 10, CCDataMore tweak allows you to quickly toggle on/off cellular data without wasting your time digging through the Settings app or using Airplane Mode.

What is more Lizynz, the developer behind the tweak, has added 3D Touch support to the toggle button. This means you can firmly press on the toggle button to view individual options for toggling the type of connection on your device, including 2G, 3G, and LTE:

Users with the devices that don't equipped with 3D Touch feature can also use CCDataMore, but they need to install the Peek-a-Boo tweak. This tweak simulates the gesture and allows you use 3D touch gesture after adding a cellular data toggle to iOS 10 Control Center.

CCDataMore tweak toggle button is a fully-functional and it gets colored just like any other buttons on your jailbroken device when toggled on or off. What is more, the tweak is also compatible with tweaks that customize the Control Center UI, like Noctis.

So if you're interested in trying CCDataMore tweak on your jailbroken device, then it is available for free from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. The tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 10 device that have the ability to handle cellular data.


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