iPhone Control Center vs SBSettings

guitarmandp

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Which do you think is better? The problem I have with control center is its missing some commonly used toggles like auto-lock, personal hotspot, and it has toggles like airplane model that I might use 5 times a year.
 

Troneas

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Oct 26, 2011
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At the alternatives section.
i think the most commonly used toggles are there, with the exception of auto-lock as you pointed out and task clear, which i suspect apple would have never included to begin with.
 

darricksailo

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Hi,

now that the new IOS 7 jailbreak by Evad3rs is out, I was wondering if you guys know of any repo that has the possibility to add toggles to the regular control panel or an app that replaces it. Since having both SBSettings and Control panel on IOS7 seems a bit stupid to me?
ryan petrich did a showcase of his supposed new tweak called FlipControlCenter which allows you to add new toggles. I'm not sure if it's released yet or not

http://www.mobypicture.com/user/rpetrich/view/16378202
 

iMrNiceGuy0023

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I use CCToggles from Cydia and that has all the toggles SBSettings had.

SBSettings had the option to disable MobileSubstrate tweaks. Is there something to replace that on iOS 7?

But right now I'm voting for Control Center
 

caribsa

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I use CCToggles from Cydia and that has all the toggles SBSettings had.

SBSettings had the option to disable MobileSubstrate tweaks. Is there something to replace that on iOS 7?

But right now I'm voting for Control Center
iCleaner Pro has MB tweaks disable
 

darricksailo

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does anyone know of any tweak with a "reboot" toggle? flipswitch seems to only have a respring toggle
 

BumpyFlatline

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does anyone know of any tweak with a "reboot" toggle? flipswitch seems to only have a respring toggle
I use activator for this so I don't have to install an extra tweak. I created a menu activated by a triple click of the home button. In this menu, I have power down, reboot, respring, and safe mode. It works perfectly.