iOS 4.0 ways to make multitasking faster

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  1. Narutimateha

    Narutimateha New Member

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    like alot of apps dont support 4.0 yet they appear in the multasking bar. i have sb settings and also used winterboard to remove shadows. i heard winterboard has daemons?
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    Install Remove Recents. That cleans up the app switcher. Only apps that are actually backgrounded will appear in the app switcher.
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    The apps that dont support multitasking are just in the bar for easy access. You can download 'remove recents' from cydia to get rid of the ones that aren't actually running in the background

    Edit: ninja'd ):
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    Also, SSH into your iPod and remove some of the Daemons that aren't needed. There should be a guide around here somewhere.
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    Thank you!!!
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    Lol I love Bigboss.

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    I would hate the App Switcher without Remove Recents.
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    I also heard that if you turn off Spotlight, it makes things much faster.
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    How??
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    Same here.
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    Appman Community Development Staff Member

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    You can delete the daemon, or isn't their a switch on the iPhone that can do that?

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