[TUTORIAL] Force iPad mode on iPhone apps!

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  1. Tommm

    Tommm Member

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    This is extremely simple to do and works well with most apps, excluding games.

    1. Open cydia
    2. Go to the search tab
    3. Search "FullForce"
    4. Select FullForce
    5. Install
    6. Respring

    You can then go into settings and enable the apps you want to run in iPad mode.

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  2. Unreal Boy

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    Awesome now i dont have to edit each app individually
  3. peebrian202869

    peebrian202869 Banned

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    So, is this what people have already done, but automatically?
  4. Fishy

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    Essentially, yes.

    On topic: Very very helpful app.
  5. ShizerMonkey

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    GTA Chinatown wars and Fruit Ninga doesent work !
  6. TREYisRAD

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    I don't think this method would work on most games
  7. d00m42

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    Uh isn't this old? I've been using FullForce since I got my iPad a month ago... Yeah, it's very useful. Saves time editing apps individually.
  8. Bubalooshi

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    Yeah, it is pretty old.

    Nevertheless, it's useful if there's a lot of applications you want to change.
  9. mitchell209

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    Yeah it doesn't work well on games and a lot of other apps.

    Never tried using it on Opera though.
  10. That Kid

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    I have seen it on Cydia but never really understood what it did. Thanks!

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