Qutting an app completly by holding the Home button

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  1. Zero3K

    Zero3K New Member

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    Is there any way to modify how long you have to hold the button in order for that to happen?
  2. Rawd

    Rawd New Member

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    not yet. I wish for a way as well...
  3. Danls92

    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    I have a feeling that it is hard-wired, like the force restore, so I'm not sure if it would be possible to change.
  4. iPlunder

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    how long do you have to hold it? It never works for me
  5. coolcosmos

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    5 seconds.
  6. Alexpb

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    Cool i didn't even know you could do that.
    Just tested took like 5-10 secs.
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    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Just hold it until it quits

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  8. Yoshi and Roy

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    There's an application called "PhoneHome" and it allows you to change what double clicking the Home button points to. So instead of double tapping it to bring up the quick volume change box, it can take you to, say, the YouTube application. I'm guessing the coding for thow long you have to hold that button would be in a similar area in memory to whatever that application modifies.

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