Resolved Apps and homescreen fades now

cclloyd

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Oct 26, 2011
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I installed a tweak that seemed to make my homescreen fade when I unlock, and apps fade in and out when I open and close them (mind you, this wasn't even the purpose of the tweak). I promptly removed it.

But it still does this.

I tried using iLex RAT and removed all tweaks and tweak settings yet it still does the fading. How can I reset the fading and keep my jailbreak?
 
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Missjenna

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May 10, 2010
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I installed a tweak that seemed to make my homescreen fade when I unlock, and apps fade in and out when I open and close them (mind you, this wasn't even the purpose of the tweak). I promptly removed it.

But it still does this.

I tried using iLex RAT and removed all tweaks and tweak settings yet it still does the fading. How can I reset the fading and keep my jailbreak?
Have you tried using icleaner?
 

nwmtnbiker

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Apr 5, 2011
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Do you remember the name of the tweak? Have you done a search for it in iFile to see if anything was left behind after removal?

Have you tried to go into Settings/General/Accessibility and toggling Reduce Motion off and on to see if that kicks it out of whatevers going on?

Hmmm hope you get it sorted...
 

cclloyd

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Oct 26, 2011
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Do you remember the name of the tweak? Have you done a search for it in iFile to see if anything was left behind after removal?

Have you tried to go into Settings/General/Accessibility and toggling Reduce Motion off and on to see if that kicks it out of whatevers going on?

Hmmm hope you get it sorted...
That was actually it. I guess it turned on reduce motion without my permission. Bad tweak!
 

fdjofre

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Oct 10, 2013
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If the tweak you're referring to is DockFlow, then yes, it needs Reduce Motion to work for some reason. Or so it's been said.