iPhone Is there a tweak that enables 'Do Not Disturb' for CALLS when the iPhone is unlocked?

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by J41994, Mar 25, 2013.

  1. J41994 macrumors newbie

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    I really want a tweak that disables all notifications, including incoming calls.. But I want it while my iPhone is unlocked, so I can play games/listen to music and whatnot without being interrupted. Or when I just don't feel like dealing with anyone :p.

    MyVibe apparently gets rid of the vibration issue, and enables do not disturb when you flip it upside-down, but that's not really what I'm looking for.

    Right now, I'm using BannerDisable. It stops all notifications and vibrating, which is great. The badges still show up (Which I like). But phone calls still come up. :\

    Thanks ahead of time
     
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  3. ~Ks383~, Mar 25, 2013
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    ~Ks383~ macrumors 6502

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    It doesn't stop calls from coming in but CallBar will make them much less annoying. Instead of having the screen that normally occurs when you receive a call you would just get a notification bar. I know that's not quite what you're looking for.

    Edit: There's also a tweak in Cydia called Call Blocker that I believe will let you block specific numbers and all phone calls. I don't have either of these tweaks though so I'm not sure how well they work.
     
  4. J41994 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I actually had CallBar for a while! I liked it. The only thing I didn't like was the 'swipe to end call' thing. Wish it had an 'end call' button.

    Unfortunately, it made the regular phone app on my iPhone all wonky. So I had to delete it. I may try it out again if they update it though, because I really like the idea.

    As for Call Blocker.. that sounds great. But what happens? Does it send them straight to voice mail, or does it just make it so there is no trace of them ever calling you?
     
  5. BumpyFlatline, Mar 26, 2013
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    BumpyFlatline macrumors 68030

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    FYI CallBar brought back the end button. Not sure what it did to your phone app cause mine is perfectly fine. Identical to stock. Maybe something was conflicting with CallBar/phone app?

    Anyways, the dev brought back the buttons. You don't have to swipe anymore.

    Edit: Here's a little tip in case you don't know. If you ever find yourself in a similar situation where you remove a package because there's something you don't like, open Cydia and go to that package's Cydia page and tap on Change Package Settings and then toggle "ON" for Show All Changes. This way whenever the package is updated, it'll show up in your Changes Tab with all the new packages recently added to Cydia. Also if you don't use themes (or any other type of package) you can go to the Sections Tab and turn them all off so they won't appear in the changes tab. They'll still be available to install, they just won't show up under Changes. I do this for all the themes because there are so many new ones added every day. This way, I can see all the other new packages which I might normally overlook. Heavily slept on features of Cydia right here although I know a lot of people who use it so I'm not sharing anything new and groundbreaking! It's really just a reminder. Hope this helps some of you. :D

    I do this all the time for packages I like but uninstall so if the devs add features or fix bugs ill know about it right away since it shows up in the changes tab with all the other new stuff. Since I turned off themes on that page I can actually see the new packages in Cydia!
     

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