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  1. irv4's Avatar
    I would like to have Safari quit when the Home button is pressed, so that more memory is available to apps using Backgrounder. Even without Backgrounder, though, I have to manually close Safari windows when the limit of 9 is reached. I'd much rather just have Safari quit whenever I go to the Home screen. Does anybody have an idea how to do this? Thanks.
    2009-03-08 06:52 PM
  2. bhz1's Avatar
    There are a few ways.

    1. when you exit Safari hold the home button down until Safari closes (about 10 seconds or so)

    2. If you have SBSettings Processes installed you can go into that app and turn off Safari.

    3. You can respring your phone (either with SBSettings or Respring app)

    4.Install SysInfoPlus and stop the process with that app.

    5. Install MemTool and kill the process with that app.
    2009-03-08 07:02 PM
  3. Bonessk's Avatar
    I agree an automated way would be cool.. Good idea..
    2009-03-08 10:09 PM

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