Introduced in iOS 5, the Notification Center is one of the best additions in the ever increasing list of features of the iOS. This feature enables the user to easily see alerts from many applications on iDevices. But the Notification Center does have its share of annoyances that could affect the overall user experience. This is especially true when you are using fullscreen applications. Have you ever experienced playing a game such as Fruit Ninja and then out of nowhere the Notification Center comes sliding down? This is an annoyance faced by many users. Fortunately, here’s a jailbreak tweak that could offset such an issue.
The name of the jailbreak tweak is called DisableNC Switch. This is a very simple jailbreak tweak that allows you to disable the Notification Center whenever you are in a fullscreen app. You are probably going to ask, aren't all apps in the iOS are displayed in fullscreen? Well, this tweak will only affect app that doesn't have the statusbar, so in most cases it will only affect games. The tweak won't add a new icon into your Springboard but just a new setting to configure in the Settings.app.
This is especially useful if you frequently find yourself invoking the Notification Center while playing your favorite games. DisableNC Switch can be downloaded from Cydia under the ModMyi repo for FREE!
So you can download and install DisableNC Switch, you must of course have a jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Luckily, we have the tutorials that you need. For iPhone 4S and iPad 2 users in iOS 5.0.1, you will need to download the Absinthe Jailbreak Tool and follow these tutorials: To jailbreak your iDevice on Mac using Absinthe, refer to our Jailbreak iPhone 4S Guide for Mac or for Windows users, you can read our Jailbreak iPhone 4S Guide for Windows. As for the rest of the devices (A4) on iOS 5.0.1, you can use our iOS 5.0.1 untethered jailbreak guide. For users who are currently in iOS 5.1, use the following guides: Redsn0w | Sn0wbreeze.
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