iOS 4.1 What's Faster...

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  1. tw23

    tw23 Community Development Staff Member

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    4.1 or 3.1.2... on the ipod touch 2g mb model. just wondering
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  3. tw23

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    just wondering can u enable multitasking on 3.1.2 by adding that multitasking key into the n72ap pllist?????

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    no, but you can install backgrounder and proswitcher and get multitasking that way
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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    Really? You created the exact same thread a few minutes ago.

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    LOLZOR. The lower the number the faster the device. I hope that resolves your query.
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    Well, just wondering, wouldn't actually be faster to have 4.x with native multitasking then to have 3.1.2 with backgrounder and a switching application? I was a pretty heavy backgrounder when I was on 3.1.2/3.1.3, and I actually think my 4.1 iPod Touch 3G MC, is faster then 3.1.2/3.1.3; but that could just be me..
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    dude im so sorry... wasnt thinking... sry
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    Backgrounder+ProSwitches is actually faster because enabling native multitasking and backgrounds really slows down the device because it's not meant to be enabled, meaning the device isn't exactly set up to handle it.
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    3.1.2 dude, beleive me.

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