iPad Full screen mode ipad safari how to switch off ?

saika

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Oct 4, 2012
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Hi, i've got a problem.
I don't know how, but i've switched on full screen mode on my ipad3 ios6
Can u tell me how to switch it off because i really prefer using safari without fullscreen mode :)
 

saika

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Oct 4, 2012
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Don't worry man. That's what it's supposed to look like.
No, i used ios6 for allready 3 weeks and i didn't have fullscreen mode, i don't like it. I've tried to search in google and the answer is that there's no fullscreen mode on ipad :confused:
 

MonkeySee....

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Sep 24, 2010
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Yeah. Thats what its supposed to look like.

I thought you were saying you had the top vanish and was really excited but alas, you didn't.
 

MonkeySee....

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I just wanna see the clock and battery, how to do that?

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like i've sad before with black bae on the top including battery clock network name
Rotate your ipad and then back again.

Close the app (and kill it from multitasking) and re open it.
 

cRuNcHiE

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Jan 2, 2007
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Strange, yeah the clock and black bar should be there. Ironically I want to get rid of it. Swap?
 

saika

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Original poster
Oct 4, 2012
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Rotate your ipad and then back again.

Close the app (and kill it from multitasking) and re open it.
Doesn't help :mad:
It's something like semi-fullscreen :confused:

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Strange, yeah the clock and black bar should be there. Ironically I want to get rid of it. Swap?
Shure !)
I really like to see black bar.

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it looked like a Troll.

this thread isn't legit. /close pls
No,man.
Everybody has black bar, i don't !
 

maccompatible

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Mar 26, 2012
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Doesn't help :mad:
It's something like semi-fullscreen :confused:

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Shure !)
I really like to see black bar.

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No,man.
Everybody has black bar, i don't !
Holy cow. Didn't even notice it wasn't there. Ok. If rotating doesn't work, and closing the app from the multitasking bar and reopening doesn't work, try restoring. If that doesn't work, I have no clue.

Make an iCloud backup and restore from iTunes. Then restore your backup from your iPad. If you do that, you won't lose anything. It'll be exactly how you left it.
 
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