iOS 4.1 Remove BG throws my 4.1 3G into Safe Mode

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  1. 42395_skyline

    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    Anyone know why? A fix? Thanks.
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    Remove BG needs to be updated to 4.1. Remove it from Cydia and it will be back to normal
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    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    Awww

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    I would think that has no problem. Guess ill have to wait for the update. Anything that works that does the same?
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    My guess would be the SBsettings add on Remove BG. You could try that out? (Unless that is what your talking about xD)
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    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    Thats what I'm talking about lolz Is there any other Remove BG?
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    The closest i could think of would be Direct Closer and manually do it.. Guess you'll have to wait it out lol
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    Easy way to kill apps

    Go to Mobile Terminal.

    Type this:
    echo "ps -ax | grep Applications | egrep -v "MyWi | Phone" | cut -b3-6 | xargs -t kill" > x
    chmod +x x
    ./x

    This will:
    1. Create a file called "x" (you can call it what you want)
    2. Kill all apps running that contain the word Applications, except "MyWi or Phone". You can decide yourself what apps you want to keep.
    3. Changes the file called "x" into an executable.
    4. ./x runs the file.

    Usage:
    After your executable is created
    Open Mobile Terminal, type:
    ./x

    Notes:
    This does not clear out the apps from the multi-task window, I do not know how to do that, but running a ps -ax will confirm that only vital apps are still running.
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    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    Hey, who are you? Make an account and message me because I would love to learn mobile terminal, seems like you know a lot!
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    Disable multitasking o-o

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