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Discussion in 'iPad Hacks' started by Varoudis, Jul 6, 2011.
How to do without xcode??!
havent tried it out myself yet... about to do it NOW
doesnt work for me.
it was already enabled in the plist, but i cant seem to get it to work. no option in settings either
I enabled gestures with a pc program and they still work, but I can't remember it and I assume you are on Mac anyway
Think there's a package on Cydia that will enable it, just search Gestures.
not for 4.3.3 at the moment
there's a winterboard theme that states that it only works for 4.3.1, but i installed it anyway and enabled it in settings and it works great!!
That worked for me.
Just made a quick guide here you can edit the plist just tested it and it works fine.
Easiest way right here:
1 open Cydia Search "gestures"
2 click on/install the second result "Enable Gestures Theme"
3 open settings and find Winterboard
4 click select themes and choose "Enable MT Gestures"
5 close settings (springboard will respring)
6 go back into settings and now under general you can officially enable MT Gestures.
Remember, this package says it only works on 4.3.1 but I can confirm it's working on 4.3.3.
this right here worked great for me
Did this. Worked perfectly. Will installing other themes via Winterboard (like Black UPS) and having them simultaneously selected in Winterboard cause an issue, do U think?
This works great - thanks!
what exactly does this do? o.o
nvm works great! thx for tut and working flawless
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If you edit the springboard.app plist it works fine on my newly jailbroken iPad 2 4.3.3, jailbroken with the official jailbreakme 3.0. This is what you do; open ifile and go to var/mobile/Library/Preferences and open the com.apple.springboard.plist choose to open it with property list viewer. When it opens click on the + sign at the bottom right and write this in the name box (SBUseSystemGestures) exactly like it is. On the type choose boolean and click create. Then Scroll down to the bottom and turn it on, click done and respring. Once you start gestures will be active but no menu will appear in settings/general. To switch it off go back to the plist and do it like that or even delete the string if you want to erase it. Hope this is some help to you
please delete, double message
Is there anyway to implement this gesture function for the iPad 2 after using 3.0 jailbreakme with the option to turn on/off multi-gesture ALSO enabled in the general settings, much like redsn0w with earlier 4.3.x jailbreak on the iPad 1 and iPhone/iPod Touch?
In addition, for me, in the .plist file under the springboard.app directory, the SBUseSystemGestures variable is already in the TRUE state, so there is nothing to change (unlike what is claimed by an earlier poster).
Fearthis posted this in another thread works perfectly
Actually, I was referring to this method earlier, which I had already tried but found it to be unsatisfactory. I am wondering if there is a better way to do this, one that preserves the gesture setting function in the general settings so you can enable/disable it from within the settings app. Can this be done at all without redsn0w or installing winterboard?
While this enabled the gestures option in Settings, when I actually try to use gestures they do not work. I selected in Winterboard "iPad2 Gestures". Any clues?
Did you respring or restart after enabling?
I set up the gestures using the winter board method but then decided to un jailbreak because it was killing my battery or so it seemed. ( anyone else notice this) but once I'd restored the gestures still worked .... RESULT
No issues with battery life here.
Yup. re-toggled, too. I may just remove everything and try again.