Kill All Processes SBSettings toggle

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  1. twitchy204

    twitchy204 New Member

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    I want a toggle that will kill all of the current applications running with the simple click of an icon on the sbsettings drop down. preferably without any kind of popup or graphic or anything, just click the thing and everything is gone. i'll put together the toggle images if you want me to.
    oh, and i'd only want apps that would show up in the processes toggle to be killed, obviously.

    thanks.

    (if you aren't 100% sure what i'm asking for, tell me to elaborate and i will.)
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    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    Use Process toggle from Cydia?
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    twitchy204 New Member

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    already do, but it's a waste of time when i want to clear all of my current apps running and i've got mail, safari, iPod, and whatever app is up.
    it's a convince/time saver idea, and i think a lot of people would enjoy something like this.
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    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    I'm perfectly fine with the Processes toggle
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    twitchy204 New Member

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    okay? i'm pretty sure this thread was requesting a sbsettings toggle, not asking if anyone was perfectly fine with their processes toggle.

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    Sorry I was just stating a fact haha
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    if ur too lazy to use process just force quit everything (hold down home button for 10 or so seconds). there is absolutely no need for a toggle that does this when there are 2 perfectly good alternatives
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    twitchy204 New Member

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    this isn't because i'm lazy, i've already stated that it's a convenience/time saver idea, and holding down the home button for 10 seconds definently isn't "time saving".

    i'm not asking for someone to build me the world, just a simple toggle. and it's not like i'm forcing anyone, i'm just putting an idea out there for anyone who wants to use it.
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    Use the respring button, it's faster than the processes widget. There isn't an easy way to kill all proceses.
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    That only closes the current application completely, not all of them.
    Just respring...
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