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Backgrounder aggiunge l’auto-detect per iOs4

Backgrounder aggiunge l’auto-detect per iOs4

Posted July 22, 2010 at 5:13pm by iClarified · 15369 views
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Lance Fetters ha da poco rilasciato un update per Backgrounder che aggiunge il supporto auto-detect per l’iOS4.

Backgrounder ti permette di avere il controllo totale del multitasking su tutti i dispositivi iPhone o con iOS. Con questo tweak sarai tu a decidere quando un applicazione deve continuare a rimanere avviata o quando deve essere chiusa definitivamente. Infatti grazie a Backgrounder, potrete facilmente sfruttare il multitask, minimizzando o riaprendo a piacere le vostre App.


Changelog svn.r513:

● Aggiunto il supporto auto-detect (solo per iOS 4.0+).
● FIX: L’icona della barra di stato ora funziona correttamente su iOS 4.0+.
o Richiede l’estensione phoenix3200′s libstatusbar.
● MOD: Rimosso l’uso dei simobili nei link in quanto non necessari.
o Il symlink ~/.backgrounderrc non è piu necessario e puo essere rimosso a piacere manualmente.
o Alcune apps hanno ancora dei problemi per via degli Apple Sandbox; Il problema sarà fixato con la prossima release.
● MOD: Modificato il supporto del massimo firmware che ora è 4.0.1.
o Da notare infatti che Backgrounder blocca tutti quei firmware non testati per garantire un corretto funzionamento ed evitare crash e malfunzionamenti.
o Gli utenti che fanno uso del Jailbreak e bene che non aggiornino all’ultima versione del firmware fin che un tool in grado di jailbreakkarlo non verrà rilasciato; Questo per garantire sempre il corretto funzionamento dell’applicazione!

Potete scaricare Backgrounder dalla repository cydia di BigBoss.

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Tomsiphone
Tomsiphone - July 23, 2010 at 3:51am
I have a 3GS with v4.0 running just fine. The latest Skype (2.0.1) doesn't stay signed-in when you background it. It's something to do with the JB, maybe. There was a message when I first ran it and it said something about non-modified phones only...but who reads them?? :)) Anyhow, I installed Backgrounder and now it's 100%. I can be playing a game or whatever and if someone calls me on Skype or sends an IM, I get it every time. As for the maps and calanders, they don't show as being backgrounded (native) on my phone, either. The phone and mail are but nothing else. And, you're right. you would have thought Apple would do a better job with the backgrounding. But, if you're making $15.4 billion dollars in 3 months, would you care?? ciao...
ioSexy
ioSexy - July 22, 2010 at 7:11pm
It seems with auto detect mode some of the apple apps don't natively stay open such as calendar, and maps. Anyone else seeing this?
iceblu121
iceblu121 - July 22, 2010 at 5:24pm
cydia is killing apple! i love it and hate it ... apple should have done so much better on there new os4 ... backroundon on os4 sux fist off the devs have to enable there apps to even be backround enabled which sux! and secondly everything that u run goes to the so called taskbar it dont even give u a option to backround it... apple suspects the user wants every god damn thing put on the taskbar and half the shit isnt even backround enabled! so many apps i have .. have already been updated like 3 times since os4 and they havent even added backrounded atleast on some apps! but i think 90% of the apps need to have some kind of backround or resume enabled feature and they still dont .. apple u suck if it wasnt for the retina display i would prolly go android! its thank god we have people like jay freeman
NeHoMaR
NeHoMaR - July 22, 2010 at 6:06pm
Well, Apple force developers to "upgrade" apps to be able to multitask. That's a big mistake; because actually is the iOS self that should add multitasking to all existing apps (old and new) so you can just minimize or close apps, like you do in any computer.
adam
adam - July 22, 2010 at 11:30pm
i totally agree. i hate that every damn application is backgrounded but really only few applications are correctly done. i hate os4 and its retarded background method. also the folders only hold 12 apps? i miss categories.
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