Tweaks Updated Aug 31, 2023

CC UI tweak replaces Control Center icons with new style


One of the most popular tweak available in Misaka tweak manager is CC UI, which introduces a vibrant array of colorized icons to the Control Center module on iOS devices. Notably, it seamlessly accommodates MDC and KFD exploits, granting compatibility across all iOS devices spanning from version iOS 15 to the latest iOS 16.5, all without requiring a jailbreak. The icon set provided by CC UI is amazing.

What is CC UI?

CC UI is a Misaka tweak, allowing users to easily replace Control Center glyphs and icon with a predefined set of new images. The tweak seamlessly aligning with both the MDC and KFD exploits designed for iOS 15 – iOS 15.7.1, and iOS 16.0 – iOS 16.5. What's truly remarkable about this is that the tweak doesn't demand a jailbreak to implement these modifications.

Obtaining this Control Center tweak is a breeze, simply navigate to it within the Misaka Tweak Manager. Once it's installed, activating CC UI is a straightforward process, requiring a quick tweak activation and a device respring. The tweak streamlines this procedure by automatically applying all necessary changes. Moreover, CC UI comes bundled with a preconfigured selection of icons, enhancing your user experience for added convenience.

This tweak effortlessly metamorphoses several modules throughout your iOS interface. This includes Airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, the Lock screen, a captivating rotating animation for Dark Mode, Calculator, Camera, Screen Time, screen brightness adjustments, screen mirroring, volume controls, focus, apps, and AirPlay, screen recording, and more. Furthermore, it offers support for additional modules that may not be enabled by default.

CC UI tweak screenshot.

To activate Control Center modules on iOS, swipe down from the upper-right corner of the screen or the upper-left corner on iPhone X and later models. To enable new modules, navigate to Control Center pane available from the Settings app and add them to the Included section.

The CC UI tweak presents an alternative to YangJiii's Plampy UI, offering a wider selection of icons, with its standout feature being the inclusion of vibrant, colorized icons that inject a lively touch into the Control Center interface. Both work on iOS 15 – iOS 16 with no jailbreak.

Tip: To install CC UI tweak on supported devices, use the Misaka Tweak Manager. It allows you to download and activate the tweak on iOS 15 – iOS 16.

CC UI tweak, developed by Phuc Do, can be easily downloaded from his private repository, and the beauty of it lies in its straightforward installation process – no additional requirements are necessary since Misaka comes with the repo pre-installed by default.

CC UI tweak Repo for Misaka.

MacDirtyCow (MDC) is a newly discovered exploit that enables unauthorized access to read and write privileges on various versions of iOS operating systems, ranging from iOS 14.0 to iOS 15.7.1 and iOS 16 to iOS 16.1.2, through the use of CVE-2022-46689 vulnerability.

KFD, an abbreviation for “Kernel File Descriptor,” represents a fresh exploit skillfully crafted by felix-pb, enabling the reading and writing of kernel memory on Apple devices. This exploit capitalizes on a collection of vulnerabilities ripe for exploitation.

While it offers support for iOS versions up to 16.5, it's important to note that its implementation demands a multitude of offsets, making it most effective on iOS versions spanning from 16 to 16.5, and iOS 16.6 Beta 1. iOS 15 is also supported, but MDC exploit is here a better approach.

What's new

  • Updated CC UI tweak to version 2.5.
  • Added new icon styles for CC.
  • Added support for KFD devices on iOS 16 – iOS 16.5.

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