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Qaanol

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Jun 21, 2010
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I want my homescreen pages to wrap around, so after the last page I'm back on the first page and vice versa, without ever showing Spotlight. Specifically, I use Cylinder with the Horizontal Card animation, and I only have two pages of icons, so I want it to “flip over” in either direction.

Möbius looks awesome, but it’s only for iOS 7 and I'm on 6. The Wraparound tweak works on iOS 6, but it doesn’t remove Spotlight and I don’t know if it works with Cylinder.

So are there any other options?
 

darricksailo

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Dec 18, 2012
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I want my homescreen pages to wrap around, so after the last page I'm back on the first page and vice versa, without ever showing Spotlight. Specifically, I use Cylinder with the Horizontal Card animation, and I only have two pages of icons, so I want it to “flip over” in either direction.

Möbius looks awesome, but it’s only for iOS 7 and I'm on 6. The Wraparound tweak works on iOS 6, but it doesn’t remove Spotlight and I don’t know if it works with Cylinder.

So are there any other options?

NoSpot removes the spotlight for iOS 6
 

Qaanol

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Jun 21, 2010
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NoSpot removes the spotlight for iOS 6

Yep, it sure does. I’ve had it installed for more than a year and it is great.

However I recently started using Cylinder, and now I want a tweak so that when I swipe beyond the last page of my homescreen, I end up on the first page, and vice versa.

So my questions are:

1. Does Wraparound combined with NoSpot successfully bypass the Spotlight page and let you go directly back and forth between the first and Springboard pages?

2. Does Wraparound work with Cylinder?

3. Is there any way at all to achieve what I want on iOS 6?
 

darricksailo

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Dec 18, 2012
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Yep, it sure does. I’ve had it installed for more than a year and it is great.

However I recently started using Cylinder, and now I want a tweak so that when I swipe beyond the last page of my homescreen, I end up on the first page, and vice versa.

So my questions are:

1. Does Wraparound combined with NoSpot successfully bypass the Spotlight page and let you go directly back and forth between the first and Springboard pages?

2. Does Wraparound work with Cylinder?

3. Is there any way at all to achieve what I want on iOS 6?

Why don't you try it out yourself? At worst, you'll probably only go into safe mode and then you can uninstall it there

Most people here are on iOS 7 so they probably won't be able to help you too much
 

eyoungren

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Aug 31, 2011
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I'll just chime in with my experience as I bought Wraparound today.

Wraparound without NoSpot. Works, but only if you keep swiping left. Everytime I swiped to the right past my last screen I got the Spotlight screen.

Wraparound with NoSpot. Wraparound doesn't work at all.

No, I do have another tweak installed that allows me to have an infinite amount of screens. So, I'm guessing that it's conflicting with Wraparound. But I can't be sure because that tweak is worth more to me then Wraparound, so I uninstalled Wraparound.
 

Qaanol

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Jun 21, 2010
571
11
I'll just chime in with my experience as I bought Wraparound today.

Wraparound without NoSpot. Works, but only if you keep swiping left. Everytime I swiped to the right past my last screen I got the Spotlight screen.

Wraparound with NoSpot. Wraparound doesn't work at all.

No, I do have another tweak installed that allows me to have an infinite amount of screens. So, I'm guessing that it's conflicting with Wraparound. But I can't be sure because that tweak is worth more to me then Wraparound, so I uninstalled Wraparound.

Thank you eyoungren, that is exactly what I wanted to know. I have the same priority as you here, so I’ll stick with NoSpot & Cylinder, and not get Wraparound.

Also, I did not expect there would be a difference between swiping left and right in Wraparound. Strange, but good to know.
 
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