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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by kidwithdimples, Sep 16, 2010.
Is there a SB toggle for it or what?
I thought "Remove Recents" just ran in the background and removed everything whether you liked it or not. I tried it and didn't like it. Just a little too intrusive.
I use "Remove Background" because it does have a SBSettings toggle.
You just install it and forget it.
It works automatically. It will remove any app, when minimized, that supports fast switching only and no other multitasking features of iOS 4.x.
Is it better than Remove Background?
It's different. Remove Background can, depending on how you configure it, stop all apps from running, regardless of iOS 4.x multitasking features supported.
Remove recent removes apps that aren't being backgrounded so they don't show up in the dock.
Remove background will clear out the rest of the apps that are backgrounded so you have nothing in your dock at all.
I use both and love them.
I don't like remove recents because it essentially eliminates multitasking.
In my case only phone and mail would stay open and within easy access.
How does remove recents play with multiflow? Does it close all multiflow windows except running apps as well?
How do you configure Remove Background? I dont remember seeing any Settings for it.. its just a toggle.
I prefer Remove Background as you are in control of what gets removed.
How are you in control? Remove Background closes everything in the multi tasking bar? No...??
There is now a Remove Background app and a Remove Background SBSettings toggle on Cydia. The app is used to configure what the toggle does.
There two versions I believe. One through SBSettings and one that downloads an actual icon to your SB. I downloaded the non-SBSettings version and activate it through a gesture with Activator. This version, you can manually go in and customize what apps you want removed.
I disagree. The apps that RemoveRecents kills are those that fill up the task switcher but don't use Apple's multitasking functionality. For me it removes clutter and makes perfect sense along with RemoveBackground.
Remove Recents only removes (closes) apps that support Fast Switching only. No more and no less. There is no reason to not close them nor is there a reason to have control over when they get closed.
Thats what the remove recents does.
It removes stuff that show up at the task switcher but dont really multitask, they're just listed there for quick acess.
I use remove recents as it helps keep my task bar clean of what would otherwise be noise. I use switcher plus with it which then allows me to close all remaining multitasking programs or one at a time. The two together have worked well for me.
I've found that having that sort of control /is/ useful when it means I save the 15 seconds it takes for say TomTom or similar apps to load. Especially with how little RAM some of these apps use.
+1 for remove background. If you hate the multitasking feature (which some people do) then the remove recents will work better for you. Remove Background you can choose to close the app you want or all of them at once. Plus you can configure it to activate using Activator. Not sure if Recents does this too but I think it's a nice feature.
switcher plus is pretty good too.
it allows you to remove previous apps working.
Remove Recents does not close TomTom or any other app that uses the multitasking features of iOS 4.x.
Learn what an app does before you knock it....
remove background does not allow you to force quit certain apps right?
Remove Background can be configured to remove all apps or you can add "Exceptions" which are apps to not remove.
i use chat clients such as palringo that does not support ios multitasking and use backgrounder to run in backgroun. remove recents kills this even though it was backgrounded by backgrounder, while with remove backgrounds i can configure exceptions to not remove palringo, so it removes everything else....
remove background is the way to go....