iOS 4.0 Remove Folders

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  1. qcrist

    qcrist Member

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    I am running an iPod Touch 3g iOS 4.0

    Is there anyway to disable folders without disabling multitasking and wallpapers?
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    Just don't use them?

    There might be a setting in the Plist. Check it.
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    They are annoying when sorting apps.
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    Yeah I know. Just remembered that after I sent my reply.
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    Removing Folders

    All you have to do is get features on cydia. Then Go to winterboard and enable the features you want.
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    It's not as simple as that. Folders are enabled as default. I don't think that theme would affect anything.
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    A really easy fix would be to try and not put apps on top of each other. :Ͻ
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    they should make it when you hold it on top of an icon for one or two seconds. that way you can drag around freely, and when you want to make a folder, you hold it on top of an icon for some time. for putting icons in already existing folders, it should be like holding for one second...
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    Nickmadkiller Well-Known Member

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    Yeah moving apps around is more difficult.Though I never really care to much though.
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    use multiiconmover to move ur apps makes it a lot easier
    and it works on ios 4

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