Wifi Toggle, Toggle Backlight, Sysinfo on AppStore?

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  1. sombdy

    sombdy New Member

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    Has anyone seen anything on the App Store like Wifi Toggle or Toggle Backlight or SysInfo (to see what processes are running)? I browsed through there and didn't see anything similar.
    Thanks.
  2. ChikityChinaGuy

    ChikityChinaGuy New Member

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    i really hope so
    wifitoggle and toggle backlight are my most used apps
    not even kidding
    *bump*
  3. maclac

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    ditto,

    Wifi toggle was probably the most presed icon on my 1.1.4

    Malc
  4. Greatnesss

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    no.
    they will not be made.
    they mess with the system...and apple hasn't permitted that.
  5. brisingr

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    wifi toggle is in settings. Do you want to toggle your wifi every 3 seconds?
    toggle backlight is a good idea, but it messes w/ the system.
    Sysinfo allowed=letting people do what they want w/ ipod touch
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    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    i would like to see wifi toggle, but it wont happen. oh well
  7. maclac

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    I dont want to toggle my wifi very 3 seconds but its handy having that quick button shortcut on the dock instead of going through the setting menu

    But if they are not going to allow it then what can you do?

    Malc
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    i think i remember steve jobs saying they didnt want any task manager type thing
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    why do you need a task manager on an ipod anyway?
  10. ChikityChinaGuy

    ChikityChinaGuy New Member

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    i think the one that is most plausible is the toggle backlight,
    because dont the flashlight apps change the brightness?

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