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NoMute Makes the iPad Mute Switch an Orientation Lock Again

NoMute Makes the iPad Mute Switch an Orientation Lock Again

Posted November 24, 2010 at 11:37pm by iClarified · 23755 views
NoMute is a new tweak by Nicolas Haunold that makes the iPad mute switch an orientation lock again.

You can find the free tweak in the BigBoss Cydia repository.


NoMute Makes the iPad Mute Switch an Orientation Lock Again NoMute Makes the iPad Mute Switch an Orientation Lock Again
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997gt3rs
997gt3rs - November 25, 2010 at 3:39pm
Tried many times to install and make work, but no such luck. After installing the app it requires the device to be rebooted. Well. it starts the reboot and once the Apple logo comes on it stays - and stays forever. Hard reset not possible, all I could do was to put it back into DFU and restore with the OS software to get the iPad into function again. Tried on 3 different iPads and always the same. Anyone else having this problem, please? Thank you.
Aberracus
Aberracus - November 25, 2010 at 5:05pm
This 4.2.1 JailBrake is as Nov 25 2010, tethered JB, so every time you need to restart you have to do it tethered to your computer and with Redsnow in tethered restart mode. So you nearly done it. BTW im using no mute and it works great
boreddrummer
boreddrummer - November 25, 2010 at 9:55am
I don't get all the rage over this hardware lock or mute. I back apples decision, the iPad isn't small like an iPhone, you have to actually turn it to change the screen orientation unlike the iPhone where a tilt can end up turning it, I haven't once changed orientation on the iPad by accident, and yet im quite often looking to quickly mute when I receive a phone call etc. I know u can hold the volume down button but that doesn't feel natural. And besides, it's completely logical to unify the controls across their product range to make it more intuitive and natural for the consumer. Don't understand all the fuss :/
sverrisson
sverrisson - November 25, 2010 at 11:51am
I use the rotation lock a lot because I mostly use the iPad for reading in bed. I had it running 4.2 but downgraded it back to iOS 3.7 just because of this MINOR change. For some users this makes a lot of difference. I don´t understand why Apple just didn´t put the option in settings so users can decide for them selves.
boreddrummer
boreddrummer - November 25, 2010 at 3:25pm
well that's a good point, it should just be a setting, simple fix. I think once people are used to double home button tap etc then it'll become second nature though n won't be a problem, it's just the initial stage of changing the muscle memory from reaching for the lock/mute button i think
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