Problem with Unfold

Zorn

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Original poster
Feb 14, 2006
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I installed the Unfold tweak, and I really like it except one annoying problem: I have IntelliScreen set to display on the lock screen. When I use unfold to unlock my phone, instead of taking me to the home screen, it takes me to the notification center. This is really annoying because I have to unlock the phone, then swipe to make notification center go away. Is there any way to fix this?
 

parrot5

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Aug 10, 2010
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New version released. In addition to what is written on the changelog (fixed blank screen, alarm, etc..), it now obeys the Locksound setting in Settings app. (So no more clicking sound for me. Yay)
 

parrot5

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Aug 10, 2010
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I installed this for a day, and just uninstalled it. I found that I swipe to unlock too fast to see the animation anyway
 

pablo7

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Nov 10, 2008
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LOS ANGELES, CA.
I still get the blank screen After unfolding to unlock and if I swipe left to the search screen there are a few stray apps misaligned behin the search bar. I'm running lock info I guess there's more work or updates needed so it'll play nice with other tweaks. Running version 1.0.1 "THE UPDATED VERSION"
 
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Antoni Nygaard

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Jun 23, 2009
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Denmark
there is an update in cydia for Unfold.

fixes the black screen, alarm, and something with password, stride compatibility and other improvements
 

rKunda

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Jul 14, 2008
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Used this yesterday. Clashed with Lockinfo and for some reason uninstalling it kicked all my apps from their folders.

edit: The update now appears to be working.

edit x2: and uninstalling did not break anything this time. Like the tweak, miss slider enhancer, so I removed it.
 
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bmwhd

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May 22, 2008
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Latest version 1.0.5 still doesn't play with Lockinfo. You get one unlock (the initial one following a reboot) and then it locks the phone up solid and you have to power cycle.
 
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