Monday, April 20, 2015

How to Hide Open Apps on iPhone Using Eclair Jailbreak Tweak

If you lock your iPhone with apps that are open your smartphone will show them again after you unlock it. Learn how to hide open apps on iPhone when you lock it. You should be jailbroken to use this instruction as you’ll have to download and install one jailbreak tweak.

It is currently possible to jailbreak only firmware versions beginning with iOS 8 and up to 8.1.2. The releases iOS 8.1.3, 8.2 and 8.3 [here are the direct links where to download 8.3] are non-jailbreakable though hackers proved that it is possible to untether them using iOS 8.4 beta 1 firmware that you can download without UDID and developer account. Well, let’s get back to our topic. Here is what you need to do in order to fix the little problem we have.

How to Hide Running Apps on iPhone with Cydia Tweak Whenever Locking iDevice

Step 1. Download Eclair program from Cydia BigBoss repo. It costs $0.99 so remember about this before you proceed.

Step 2. Install the program.

Step 3. Launch Settings to configure the app.

Step 4. Turn it on or off.

Step 5. You can also choose if you wish particular apps to never hide.

Step 6. It is possible to force your handset show Home screen instead of the running app.

Step 7. Enjoy seeing your Home screen after you unlock you device even though you might have some applications currently running.

If you don’t use the tweak you will see the last open application when unlocking your smartphone instead of the Home screen. It just makes everything neat and comfortable, doesn’t it?

Sadly, if you cannot be jailbroken because of the iOS version you are using it is impossible to make this happen.


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