|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 know before installing a tweak is, the tweak name and its repository. If the repository is an external one, you’ll 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“