The beta version of FlipControlCenter, one of the most eagerly awaited iOS 7 jailbreak tweaks is now available on Cydia.
I have been eagerly waiting for it, ever since Ryan Petrich, developer of popular jailbreak tweaks like Activator, DisplayRecorder, DeepEnd, released the teaser video of the jailbreak tweak few days back.
FlipControlCenter adds more settings toggles and features to the top row of Control Center, and also allows you to rearrange the position of the toggles. It gives you quick access to the following new settings and features in addition to default ones:
- Settings (Quick access to the Settings app)
- Auto Lock
- Location Services
You can rearrange the position of these toggles using the tap, hold and drag gesture. You can also disable a toggle by dragging it under the disabled section.
You also have an option to suppress toggles when you access Control Center from the lock screen via Settings app (Settings > FlipControlCenter > Suppressed from Lock Screen).
It also allows you to configure how many toggles switches you want to access per page. So you can increase it to 6 or decrease it to just 2 switches per page or make it unpaged, instead of 5 toggles.
Here’s a video walkthrough of the jailbreak tweak:
You can install the beta version of FlipControlCenter for free by adding Ryan Petrich’s repo to Cydia. In case you need help, follow these simple steps:
- Launch Cydia
- Tap on the Manage tab at the bottom.
- Then tap on Sources.
- Tap on the Edit button at the top right corner and then tap the Add button.
- Enter the following URL – http://rpetri.ch/repo/ and tap on Add Source button.
- Next Search for FlipControlCenter by tapping on the Search tab.
- Tap on FlipControlCenter from the search results
- Tap on the Install button in the top right corner
- Then Tap on the Confirm button to install the jailbreak tweak
- Tap on the Restart SpringBoard button when prompted
That’s it, you should now be able to see the new toggles in Control Center by swiping from right to left in the top row.
It’s currently in beta, so expect it to be buggy. Let us know what you think of FlipControlCenter in the comments below.