HiddenSettings7: Access Apple's Secret Internal Springboard Settings Menu On iOS 7

Do you think you know all features in iOS 7 ? If you think so, then you are totally wrong. Because today we've got a new recently released jailbreak tweak called HiddenSettings7, the tweak allows you to quickly access Apple's secret internal Springboard settings on iOS 7.

This menu, which contains a plethora of settings to garner fine grained control over the look and feel of your device’s SpringBoard, is accessible via a shortcut found in Control Center.

The folks at iDB made a nice review about this tweak, check it out: 

The first thing I thought about when I saw these settings was Springtomize 2—Filippo Bigarella’s insanely deep jailbreak tweak that allows users to alter various aspects of their iPhones. That tweak was deep, but I have to say that it pales in comparison to the obsessive level of detail that you’ll find in these internal settings.

The hidden iOS 7 menu settings contain a lot of great features like: 
  • Volume
  • Test Recipe
  • Parallax
  • Folders
  • Icon Animations
  • Control Center
  • Lock Screen
  • App Slider
  • CarDisplay
  • Lock Screen Test plugin
  • Screen Fade Animation
  • Alert Items
  • Notification Center
  • Legibility
  • Wallpaper
  • Icon Adaptive Colors
  • Prevent Screen Dim
  • Animation Overrides
  • Restore Defaults
NOTE: Remember, HiddenSettings7 and many other tweaks doesn't work with A7 devices... 

And here's a screenshot from the Settings menu: 

After you install HiddenSettings7 there are no options or settings to configure to get started. Simply swipe up from the bottom of the screen to invoke Control Center, and tap the SpringBoard settings button located right beneath the AirDrop and AirPlay settings. Once you are in the special settings menu, you’ll need to tap the Done button in the upper right-hand corner to exit, as Control Center, the Home button, and other features are disabled while in this hidden settings menu.

You can download HiddenSettings7 tweak from Cydia store via BigBoss repo for FREE..

Have you tested it yet ?


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