QuickPass a tweak developed by Noeliel makes it much easier to enable or disable the Passcode feature. Usually when you want to to disable or disable your Passcode, you have to go through some of Apple’s verification process where you have to confirm that it’s actually you that you want to enable or disable the passcode features. It takes a bit of time but however it will be much easier if a simple button would avoid such pain staking process and this is where QuickPass comes into picture.
QuickPass makes the troublesome feature much more easier. With this tweak installed, you no longer need to go through the verification process to prove that it’s actually you wanting to enable/disable the Passcode settings. All it needs to be done is to toggle the Passcode button to enable or disable the feature as it is shown above in the picture.
When the Passcode features has been configured through the stock settings, switching the “Passcode” to on will turn on the passcode feature and will secure your iDevice from unauthorized access. On the other hand, switching it off simply disable the passcode feature and anyone can access your iDevices without greeted with the passcode screen.
This tweak is handy in situation where you want to quickly turn off the passcode feature and avoid going through all the hassle of the Apple’s verification process. On other hand if you want to disable the passcode feature temporary and are sure that the environment is safe then QuickPass is a must. However if you want to quickly secure your iDevice with a passcode feature and lock screen then you simply need to turn it on and everything will be set.
QuickPass has no preference pane installed in your settings menu but however an additional tab named as “Passcode” just beneath the “Airplane”. Such position of the tab is to make sure that it is easily accessible and that you don’t waste your time scrolling all the way down to the tweaks section to find it’s preference pane.
If you want to give QuickPass a try, it is available on Cydia for $0.99. It supports both iOS 6 and iOS 7. If you are using TouchID, this tweak has fully integrated such feature also.