MyOS Lets You Enable and Disable Features of Your iDevice

MyOS Lets You Enable and Disable Features of Your iDevice

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MyOS is a new application that lets you easily enable and disable features on your device straight from Settings and without having to edit a plist.

Toggle one or more features and then press the Respring button.
By default, only the default features for your platform are enabled as of version 1.0.1.

Enable/disable These Features:
● Multitasking - Gives you the user the option to turn Apples native multitasking feature on and off at will.
● Homescreen Wallpapers - The ability to enable and disable Apples own implementation of backgrounds in SpringBoard on and off.
● Unified iPod - Whether you like on your iPod Touch or having and on your iPhone, this gives you the choice.
● AppStore - Don't like what the official AppStore has to offer, or want to prevent people from using it? this gives the ability to turn off the AppStore.
● Contacts (iPhone models only) - Stand-alone contacts make no sense when you have the Address Book in using this option you can turn it off.
● HDR (Requires hardware camera) - Enable HDR on unsupported devices or disable it from your iPhone 4, the decision is yours.
● GameCenter (iPhone 3G only) - Enable GameCenter on your iPhone 3G.
● (Requires hardware camera) - Disable the camera on your device.
● Voice Control (Voice control capable devices only) - Disable Voice Control on all supported devices.

You can purchase MyOS from the Cydia Store for $.99.

MyOS Lets You Enable and Disable Features of Your iDeviceMyOS Lets You Enable and Disable Features of Your iDevice

daniel - November 5, 2010 at 2:01pm
They should make the multitask on/off toggle app specific, so that you can have some programs that run in the background and some that don\'t. There are some programs that have no need to run in the back ground, and its annoying to have to double click the home button everytime and close some game that I played 4 days before...
me - November 5, 2010 at 1:25pm
yes finally. i been blowing my head trying to make sbsetting toggle for multitask, this is way better, native look to it
somebody - November 5, 2010 at 1:36pm
use zToggle for free
user - November 5, 2010 at 1:10pm
They should really implement to disable the search function. It\'s so useless I don\'t think anyone uses it.
Tuck - November 5, 2010 at 7:59pm
disable the search function? you Crazy?
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