DarkCC

DarkCC is a newly released jailbreak tweak that tints Control Center with a dark tint. It definitely serves to change up the look of Control Center, lending it a stealth-like appearance.

If you’re looking to add some flair to Control Center, then DarkCC is a tweak that’s definitely worth trying. Check out the details in this post.

Once you install DarkCC, you’ll find a preference panel for the tweak in the stock Settings app. The tweak’s preferences are very barren, as it only contains a kill-switch. After respringing from installation, DarkCC should be in effect, since the kill-switch is disabled by default.

DarkCC Settings

DarkCC doesn’t rely on WinterBoard or any other theming frameworks. It’s an install-and-go affair that’s simple and straightforward.

If you want to try DarkCC, head over to the BigBoss repo where it can be downloaded free of charge. I know it’s not one of those tweaks that changes the way you use your iPhone, but I like it nonetheless. I think the dark tinted Control Center looks pretty awesome. What say you?

  • Mr_Coldharbour

    Been wanting something like this since iOS 7 and it’s finally come to fruition!
    Question though: does this tweak require a respring if I toggle the kill switch on/off?

    • Capirexz

      It requires a respring to take effect.

      • Mr_Coldharbour

        Thanks for clarifying.

    • I’m glad you like my tweak, update coming soon with kill switch on the fly 😉

      • Anonymous

        Just a request, but would you consider making a toggle for lock screen only?

      • If I can enable/disable the tweak on the fly, absolutely! 😉

  • Luciano Horta

    Man what a lazy one.. you just respring ONCE to use it forever. It’s hard to coding you knkw?

    • Mr_Coldharbour

      There are plenty of tweaks that do relatively complex things on-the-fly and don’t require a respring. If it can be done, then why not? Nothing to do with “lazy,” one of the main reasons I dislike resprings is the fact that it clears/resets/removes battery usage stats and I for one like to monitor my battery usage stats from time to time. And I was referring to tweaks that require a respring for so much as a simple change, for instance there are tweaks (that no one probably use anymore) that still require a respring to so much as change your carrier name, yes, those do still exist. But the dev for this tweak implemented an update to make changes on-the-fly and he successfully did it and I commend(ed) him for his efforts. So I don’t know what your issue is.

      • Luciano Horta

        I tought it was hard to codding/make this effort to achieving no respring.. don’t get personal lol.. if it is so easy why devs don’t make it as mandatory?

      • Mr_Coldharbour

        My guess is because it’s extra work obviously and maybe sometimes they’re worried that the changes won’t take effect. If a respring is required then they are certain that changes will take effect. I mean, there are tweaks which implements UI changes to the Messages app like ‘Messages Customiser’ and all you have to do is quit the Messages app to take effect, or UI changes to the Settings app, no resprings required. Some even go deeper and no need for any resprings which I find impressive. Some devs like to go the extra mile, some don’t. Sorry if I seemed abrupt.

      • Luciano Horta

        Thanks for the explanation!!! 🙂

  • Edwin Martinez Vazquez

    Can’t you just set the background to something dark with Springtomize 3? It gives you much more control over it and you don’t even need to respring.