|Tweak Name :||CCSupport|
|Supported iOS:||iOS 12.0 – iOS 14.0|
|Last Page Update:||26th of September 20|
Page Update log:
- 26th of September 20 ~ posted.
What CCSupport does?CCSupport adds the ability for other developers to add their own modules to the Control Center. It does so in a safe way to ensure that the Control Center does not get messed up when the tweak is not loaded.
- Unlocks all control center modules so that they can be moved in settings (I also added proper icons and names to them)
- Redirects module configuration to a separate file to avoid everything breaking when the tweak isn’t loaded (Safe Mode, non-jailbroken mode)
- Adds a button to reset module configuration to default for both original and redirected config file (So that you can fix a previously messed up CC)
- Enables third party modules to be loaded from a different path
How to install CCSupport Tweak.What you need to is to know is the tweak name and its repositories. If the repositories is an external one, you need to add it first, then search for the tweak and install it.
Step 1: Add External Repository.
- Lunch Cydia, and wait for all packages to load up.
- Click on “Sources” from the down menu bar.
- Click on “Edit“, and then “Add“.
- Type the Repository inside the text box and click on “Add to Cydia“.
- Once it’s done click on “Return to Cydia“.
Step 2: Install the tweak:
- After you Jailbreak you will have Cydia icon on your iPhone/iPads’ homescreen.
- Lunch Cydia, go to “Search” from the down menu bar, search for the “CCSupport“.
- Click on “Install” from the top, and installing process will start.
- After it finishes installing the tweak, click on “Restart SpringBoard“