Every time when you turn off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth from Control Center on your iOS device the modules are only temporarily disabled. To really turn off those modules it's required to use a jailbreak tweak like RealCC. The tweak supports iOS 11, iOS 12, iOS 13, iOS 14.

Add RealCC Repo to your package manager.

What is RealCC?

RealCC is a small jailbreak tweak that adds a useful option to actually disable WiFi and Bluetooth from Control Center on your device. Without the tweak, the only option to do it is to turn off the modules through the Settings app. RealCC was created for iOS 11 but it works up to iOS 14.8.1.

Once installed, RealCC tweak works immediately. There is no configuration pane added to the Settings app like expected from most of the tweaks. To disable the tweak you need to remove it from the system through Cydia. RealCC was created by iOS developer Jake James.

RealCC tweak screenshot

This tweak uses MobileSubstrate, a powerful Cydia library that allows 3rd-party developers to provide run-time patches to the system. It was tested to run on the latest unc0ver jailbreak.

Disabling Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on your iPhone or iPad can significantly increase battery consumption. RealCC tweak was released for free and it offers support also for A12 devices. Since 2018 is no longer developed but why modify something when it just works.


RealCC Repository is available through BigBoss. Add the official repo to your list of Cydia Sources and install the tweak on your device. Jailbreak required!

  1. Launch Cydia app from the Home Screen.
  2. Navigate Sources → Edit → Add the Repo URL.
  3. Install RealCC from the freshly added repository.
  4. Restart the Springboard if Cydia asks to.
  5. This tweak doesn't offer any options to configure.

Alternatively, please use the quick links available at the top of this page to add the repository to your favorite package manager (Cydia, Sileo, Installer, Zebra) with just one click.

Source Code

RealCC was released for free as an open-source project. If you are a developer interesting in how the tweak works from the backend all files are listed through GitHub Repository.

Recent changes to the code were added on 12 Jul 2018 by the developer. The tweak was developed 89.9% in Logos and 10.1% using Makefile. Feel free to fork and modify the code.

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