Akara tweak for iOS Control Center
Control Center, especially on older devices, often appears outdated and lacks visual appeal. Thanks to Jailbreak and the recent release of the Akara v2, users can now gain control over the appearance of the stock Control Center module on iOS 15 and iOS 16, bringing a refreshing and personalized touch to their device interface. Created with customization in mind, the Akara tweak gives all users a variety of options.
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What is Akara?
Akara is a jailbreak tweak that will improve the Control Center module by changing its appearance on iOS 15 and iOS 16. The most recent version has been updated to support all devices (limited support on iPads) that run iOS 15 or iOS 16. Palera1n, Dopamine, and RootHide jailbreaks are supported. Akara tweak is released through the Chariz Store at $2.49.
After the successful installation of the Akara tweak, a new preference pane will seamlessly integrate into the Settings app. Within this dedicated section, users can easily explore a myriad of configuration options for the Control Center tweak. These options encompass layout settings, background preferences, slider configurations, connectivity options, and much more, providing users with comprehensive control over their CC customization.
Akara tweak was initially launched for iOS 14, with version 1.1.0 still accessible for download. However, the latest release, Akara 2.0, no longer supports iOS 14. Instead, it introduces compatibility for iOS 15 and iOS 16, catering to users of the latest jailbreak systems.
Akara can be activated from either the lower left or lower right corner of both the Lock Screen and Home Screen. It offers an array of customization options, allowing you to tailor the functionality and appearance of your Control Center, ensuring it aligns perfectly with your preferences and needs. There is even an option to change the module width and height.
Within the tweak's settings pane, you have the flexibility to enable or disable Akara CC instantly, activate SE compatibility, switch CC to large mode, and adjust background settings. These modifications include disabling background blur, altering the blur style, and even setting a different background image to customize your Control Center according to your unique style.
Enable and choose from a variety of background blur styles, including options like Extra Light, Light, Prominent, Regular, System Material, System Material Light, System Material Dark, System Material Chrome, System Material Ultra Thin, System Material Thin, System Material Thick, System Material Ultra Thin Dark, System Material Thin Dark, and System Material Thick Dark.
Akara tweak also offers the option to display Status Bar items right above the new Control Center module. The developer has included two distinct options: one for notched devices and another for all other devices. For those who frequently use the Control Center, there's a convenient feature allowing you to open Akara directly from the Lock Screen using a simplified flick gesture from the bottom. Connectivity modules can be ordered within the tweak settings.
Experience an enhanced user interface with the Akara tweak, offering a seamlessly scrollable connectivity module, diverse card sizes, and a variety of blur styles for a personalized touch. Customize your Control Center further with the option to set your own background image and maintain static Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and slider icons. Also in a rootless environment.
Akara tweak distinguishes itself through its extensive configuration options, breathing new life into older iDevices; however, if you're seeking a different approach, alternative tweaks for the Control Center exist. One standout choice is the Jade tweak, offering a revamped iOS experience by seamlessly integrating new modules into the Control Center on iOS.
How to install Akara tweak
Akara tweak for Control Center, developed by FectaTr1, is available for purchase on the Chariz Store, catering to all interested users. To install the tweak and customize the Control Center on iOS 15 and iOS 16, simply add the official Akara Repo to your package manager. For iOS 14 users, the same repository provides the option to download the previous 1.1 release.
To install Akara tweak on your iOS device, follow the steps:
- Open the Sileo app from the Home Screen.
- Tap on the Sources tab, then select Edit.
- Add the following repositories URL:
- Install the Akara tweak from the new repository.
- Respiring your iPhone to apply all changes.
- Access tweaks settings from the Settings app.
- Updated Akara to version 2.0.
- Added support for all devices (limited support on iPads) that run iOS 15 or iOS 16.
- Akara has been partially rewritten to provide the best experience for its users.
- The Ease LS gesture has been re-implemented.