Bluetooth and Wi-Fi linking Apple to escape the control center can be useful at times, but they lack the level of interactivity that I expected from Century software from . Apple's iOS 13 update this fall will change this by letting users interact with nearby Bluetooth and Wi-Fi devices directly from the Control Center, but those running iOS 12 or earlier are not so lucky.
Enter QuickCC a recently released and free jailbreak adjustment by iOS developer ichitaso bringing this iOS 13-centric functionality to pwned iOS 11 and 12 devices for users who require more of their software.
When installing QuickCC, users can tap and hold the Bluetooth or Wi-Fi switch in Control Center to reveal the hidden device reader for the respective wireless radio. If you do this with Wi-Fi, you can expect to see Wi-Fi networks or devices nearby; Alternatively, if you do this with Bluetooth, you will see Bluetooth accessories nearby.
You will also find a dedicated preference pane in the Settings app where you can configure QuickCC to your liking:
Here you can:  Select duration (in seconds)
The developer has a respring button at the bottom of the settings pane to save any changes you make. It is recommended to use this button.
According to the developer, the adjustment of resources available in Ryan Petrich's beta version depends, and if you are not already using it, you can add it to your selected package manager with the following URL:
If you are interested in trying QuickCC, you can download it for free from the BigBoss repository in Cydia or Sileo. Tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 11 and 12 devices, but according to the developer, it works best on iPhones running iOS 12.
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