DisplayController?

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  1. Casiuss

    Casiuss Member

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    So I just tryed to install Lockinfo, Cydia installed two other extenions calles " DisplayController " and " Activator "

    WTF?! I deleted the activator and lockinfo since my license has expired... ( I didnt even know that I actually HAVE a licens ) I did it via Cydia.

    My Problem now is, how can I delete this socalled "DisplayControll" and what does it anyways ?!

    second problem is, i cant deinstall the "displaycontroller" via Cydia, its not in the packeges list somehow

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  2. Jimboo

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    U need those extensions to run the app u weepee trying to get
  3. Casiuss

    Casiuss Member

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    Yeah I know, but now I wanna get rid of these little extensions, cause I really dont like/use lockinfo on my iPad since the support is a little... sluggish?
  4. bahamutspirit

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    DisplayController is a little library to control the transition effects seen in some apps. It will also let you disable the zoom in/out effect seen when you launch/close an app.

    If you use it to disable those effects, the iPad will run a lot snappier.

    Anyways, if you don't want to use it, you can uninstall libdisplaystack, and that should do the trick.
  5. Casiuss

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    cool, thank you bahamut!

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