iOS 4.0 Tweak that Folders Cydia Apps?

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  1. alexguy96

    alexguy96 Well-Known Member

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    I'm trying to put together a whole Folder on my iPod Touch that combines all my Cydia apps. Is there some sort of tweak that lets you do this?
  2. g0dless420

    g0dless420 New Member

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    If you are on 4.0 FW you can do it no problem, simply drag one app onto another app to make a folder, once inside you can label it whatever you wish.
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    NitroBum Active Member

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    Um... do you really need a tweak to do this? You can only have 12 per folder anyways so it wouldn't take you long.

    Oh, nevermind. You're on 3.1.3. Why?
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    Just move them into a folder.
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    Theodosius Active Member

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    There's no tweak. I highly doubt someone will ever make one since it would take more work to make one than it does to put them all in one folder. It doesn't take long anyways.
  6. alexguy96

    alexguy96 Well-Known Member

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    No I'm not on 3.1.3, I forgot to change it. I mean, put Cydia, and say for example, iFile into a Folder native of the 4.0 firmware. Like this

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    EDIT: Ah I see it does work when you put it into an ALREADY created Folder
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    Okay I actually found a workaround, First you put the Jailbreak apps into an existing folder, and if those are all you want, remove the regular apps and combine those into a new folder. Pretty easy, wonder why I didn't think of that.
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    g0dless420 New Member

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    You can create new folders too by simply dragging one app onto another, and click the 'label' of the folder to change the name.

    Here is mine

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