Users who have passcode turned on would know how annoying it is to first slide on the screen in order to get to the ‘passcode screen’ and then enter the code to unlock the device. This behavior of iOS adds an unnecessary step that does nothing good and wastes time. The new InstaCode tweak solves this problem by merging the first page of lockscreen, which shows the time, date and music controls with the passcode screen. This means both date and passcode keypad will appear on a single screen, and you will be able to enter the passcode to access the device without performing ‘Slide to Unlock’ gesture.
With InstaCode installed all you have to do is press the lock button or the home button and simply enter your passcode. From settings, you can also disable the emergency, cancel and delete buttons if you like minimalism.
InstaCode is compatible with many other lockscreen related apps. It will also display the notifications and music controls on the lockscreen if they are available to show. In that case you will have to slide to access the keypad.
You can download InstaCode tweak from Cydia for free. It is available through the BigBoss repo and supports iOS 8 powered devices.
Do NOT install this on an iPad. It has an error in which you will not be able to input your passcode.
how did you solve this?? it happened on my phone
Rebooted my device to safe mode and then removed the tweak from the Cydia app