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iPhone Tip: Force Quit Frozen Application

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Despite their nature, many politicians, may have applications for the iPhone is not responding too. This tip will help you leave the application for the iPhone that does not respond or if you want to leave a permanent application and does not reduce to a minimum when the multi-task is activated.

An iPhone application downloaded from the App Store can go at times that do not respond because of memory problems or other insects. Similarly, the opening of a large number of pages in the iPhone, Safari OSA can lead to not respond.

In case of no response because of memory problems, a watchdog iOS automatically closes the application in general. However, on some occasions, I found the need to quit Safari, when AOS pending indefinitely on access to poorly designed web page. Here's a suggestion that the PM will be useful in these situations.

How to stop the application of Frozen terminals without multitasking:

This included older devices like the iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G and iPod Touch 2G, and more. Since there is no bar on these multitasking devices iOS more here AOS manual method to force the application to quit.

While the media application, press and hold the power button until you see the slide off the screen.



Now press and hold the home button until the application is closed and you are redirected to the home screen. It usually takes about six seconds. You can now launch the application again and continue your work.

How to quit a frozen application on devices with multitasking:

Since the iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, iPod Touch 3G/4G support multitasking, the process is different from them. Follow these steps:

Double-click the Home button to access the multiple taskbar.



Now press and hold the icon for thrills. You will see a red sign (-) on each icon now. Press the red minus sign on the application you want to close. You may have to scroll left or right to view multiple applications.

Remember, press the red bar closes the application multitasking and do not delete it. You can start from the home screen, if necessary.

The next time a Web page that makes your iPhone reactive Äôll is as close and restart Safari.

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