With iOS 7, came a new set of settings and configurations for iDevice users. Absent in iOS 6 and before, the settings, also known as the Control Center lets you configure basic settings on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch for instance, adjust brightness, volume, toggle WiFi and Bluetooth ON or OFF, and AirDrop facility for the new generation iDevices including iPhone 5. However, at times the Control Center page appears cluttered and ugly, probably because you don’t really require so many settings on it. In case you are one of those users who love to keep their iDevice pages clean, you would have definitely wanted to remove some of those functions from the native Control Center of iOS 7.
Seems like we have just the right tweak to resolve this issue. CCHide, as the name suggests is a now popular jailbreak tweak that lets users hide almost all of Control Centers settings, specifically the ones you don’t require at all. This makes the page look a little more neat, clutter free, and obviously pleasing to eyes. For instance, you don’t always require the music player shortcut keys on your iOS 7 Control Center, and now you can simply hide them using this amazing tweak. Here’s how to get CCHide jailbreak tweak on your iOS 7 powered iDevice.
How To Hide Control Center Sections In iOS 7 With CCHide Jailbreak Tweak
NOTE: CCHide is a jailbreak oriented tweak, and requires a jailbroken iDevice running on no lesser than iOS 7. Further, we are assuming that you have already jailbroken your device. Kindly take a complete backup of your iDevice before proceeding any further.
Step 1: Fire Cydia application from your device springboard, and simply tap the Search button to search for CChide jailbreak tweak.
The tweak is available under the BigBoss repository for free. That’s right. You can get this tweak by tapping the Install button on top right corner of the screen.
Step 2: Once you have successfully installed CCHide on your iDevice, you can tap Return To Cydia button and then exit Cydia. Now navigate to Settings->CCHide to configure the preferences of this tweak.
The amazing thing about this tweak is that it lets you enable or disable all the elements in your device’s Control Center, as per your liking. Once you launch the preferences page, you will be greeted with a set of toggles for Settings section, brightness section, media controls, AirDrop section as well as quick launch section. You can simply enable or disable these toggles to hide or un-hide elements on your device’s Control Center easily.
While this tweak totally resolves the need of default settings page for customizing Control Center, we are quite positive that Apple will add it in their upcoming iOS 8.