Tweaks Updated Oct 07, 2023

Pulsar CC UI tweak puts new Control Center icons on iOS

Pulsar CC UI

Recently, the Misaka tweak manager for iOS 15 and iOS 16 has introduced a plethora of new icon packs, providing users with extensive options to personalize the appearance of their Home Screen. Moreover, it offers additional tweaks that empower users to transform the appearance of Control Center modules by modifying the icons displayed on these modules. Pulsar CC UI is a well-designed icon set for iOS.

What is Pulsar CC UI?

Pulsar CC UI, a new Misaka tweak, empowers users to effortlessly transform the default appearance of their Control Center. This is achieved by seamlessly installing a carefully curated selection of new icons. Notably, this tweak offers compatibility with both the MDC and KFD exploits, specifically designed to cater to iOS versions spanning from iOS 15 to iOS 15.7.1, as well as the latest iOS 16.0 to iOS 16.5, including the iOS 16.6 Beta 1 release.

What truly amazing is that Pulsar CC UI tweak can apply these modifications without requiring a jailbreak environment. To install the new Control Center icon set, simply navigate to it within the Misaka Tweak Manager. Once it's installed, activating Pulsar CC UI is a straightforward process, requiring a quick tweak activation and a device respring, by automatically applying all changes.

To access Control Center modules on iOS, simply swipe down from the upper-right corner of the screen or, on iPhone X and later models, from the upper-left corner. To enable new modules, go to the Control Center pane within the Settings app and add them to the Included section. On older devices, use the swipe up gesture from the bottom of the screen.

Pulsar CC UI tweak screenshot.

This tweak seamlessly transforms various modules across your iOS interface. Notably, it impacts Airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, the Lock screen, introducing a captivating rotating animation for Dark Mode. Additionally, it imbues enhancements to modules like Calculator, Camera, Screen Time, screen mirroring, focus settings, apps, AirPlay, screen recording, and more. Moreover, it extends its support to include modules that may not be enabled by default. Screen brightness adjustments and volume controls are also themed.

Tip: To install Pulsar 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.

Pulsar CC UI tweak, crafted by Phuc Do, is conveniently accessible through his private repository. What sets it apart is its user-friendly installation process, requiring no additional prerequisites. This is because Misaka conveniently comes pre-installed by default with the repository, ensuring a seamless and hassle-free downloading experience.

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.

Pulsar CC UI settings screenshot.

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 the tweak offers support for iOS 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.

Alternatively, if you find that the icon set offered by Pulsar CC UI isn't to your liking, you have the option to explore other tweaks such as CC UI or Plampy UI , each presenting a distinct collection of icons for your Control Center customization needs. No jailbreak required.

What's new

  • Updated Pulsar CC UI to version 2.0.
  • Overall improvements and bug fixes.
  • Added new preferences.
  • Brightness and Volume module.
  • Animation.
  • Launch app from Control Center.
  • NFC module.
  • Mute Module (MDC only).
  • Performance Trace Module.

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