Thursday, May 11, 2017

CCStatus Lets You Customize The Control Center Toggle Button Statuses In iOS 10

With new jailbreak tweak called CCStatus you can customize the Control Center toggle button statuses in iOS 10. Control Center on your iOS10 device contains bulk of toggles that make accessing certain iPhone's features more convenient. When you enable/disable the features in Control Center, a status update appears at the top of the screen that lets you know what you changed.

CCStatus is the new jailbreak tweak, that allows you to customize these strings of text so that your changed statuses appear when you toggle buttons on or off.

Normally, you will see the toggle's name, followed by a colon and then “On,” or “Off.” For instance, you might see:

Bluetooth: On/Bluetooth: Off
Do Not Disturb: On/Do Not Disturb: Off
Wi-Fi: On/Wi-Fi Off
And so on…

So to start to customize the Control Center toggle button statuses in iOS 10 should download CCStatus tweak from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free. Then install it on your jailbroken iOS 10 device. The tweak will add its preference pane to the Settings app, where you can set your configurations:

There, you can apply your custom strings to each of the toggles by typing them in yourself. It is possible to customize the ‘on’ and ‘off’ strings individually.

Once you’re done configuring, click on the Save & Respring button at the bottom of the pane to apply and save your changes.

On the screenshot example above, I added a custom string to the Do Not Disturb toggle so that the next time I'll enable it, Control Center will tell you, “Don’t allow anyone to annoy me” and when I'll disable it, it will say, “Enyone can annoy me right now.”

Notably, there’s also a Low Power Mode option as well, and although Control Center doesn’t have a Low Power Mode toggle button out of the box, you can use a Cydia tweak known as CCLowPower to add one.


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