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preventing idevice to go straight to home after closing apps

Discussion in 'iPad Hacking' started by goribildo, Jun 7, 2011.

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    when we have several apps opened with multitasking we can scroll to the sides with gestures or double click home button to bring the task bar and change to the next task,now when we close one of the apps (quit app) the app closes and go straight to the home screen and to continue to the other tasks we need to reopen the bar and choose one of them.
    my question is: is there any way or cydia tweek to prevent this? i mean to close the desired app but instead of going straight to home stay with one of the already opened apps that are still running under multitasking? thanks to all the answers
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    Well, the home button takes you home to the springboard, so I think that's OK as it is..

    Why not use the multitasking gestures (swipe left and right with 4 fingers) to go to the next and previous apps, which is what you seem to be looking for? I think that's precisely what they were designed for...
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    yes but for example with multiflow u can see all the opened apps and quit the one u want and it doesn't straight take u to the home springboard instead of that u can press the other opened apps without going to home,am i being clear enough?
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    Well, there's no "next app" action for activator, so a four finger swipe is the best you've got for the time being I'm afraid...

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