FolderCloser 1.1 – Support for iOS 4.1

Author: Yllier  //  Category: Jailbreak

The popular tweak FolderCloser has been updated to support iOS 4.1

FolderCloser is an install-and-forget plugin which closes Folders as soon as you launch your app. You’ll never have to manually close folders again when you switch back to SpringBoard.

If you like FolderCloser, please consider supporting the dev by buing one of his awesome apps:

  • Firewall iP
    Firewall iP is the only security tool of its kind for iPhone and iPod touch.

    • Block outgoing TCP & UDP connections selectively
    • port specific blocking
    • Shows you the hostname for the connection & can provide you with WhoIs information
    • Can block connections of apps when you are on a cellular network (save data!)
    • Block analytic providers / data collectors which PrivaCy can’t
    • Block unneeded content (ads ;)
    • Easy to use interface & control app
    • and many more…. FiP is very powerful
  • ScreenDimmer
    ScreenDimmer allows you to save battery life by automatically dimming your device’s screen after a pre-defined time; or if you wish by turning the backlight off.

    • Longer battery life
    • Can turn the display’s backlight off
    • Dims the screen after a user defined time
    • Doesn’t dim the screen if the battery is being charged
    • Doesn’t dim if an app needs the screen (navigagtion software, video players, …)
    • Ability to exclude apps from dimming
    • Option to disalbe LockScreen right after respring/reboot
    • Option to disable locking while device is charging/docked
    • Configuration interface in the Settings app

BigBoss Authors: Mark Bruce & Kory Lee

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6 Responses to “FolderCloser 1.1 – Support for iOS 4.1”

  1. Carlos humberto Says:

    10/02/2010 5713145767

  2. Brandon Says:

    what is the cydia source for the big boss repo, mine is not working and i have to re add in all my old ones.

  3. iHots Says:

    I put all my categories folders in a folder (up to 12 categories/folders) so I need the folder stay open to go to other categories rapidly. Would be better if you could make option or sbsetting toggle

  4. Grant anderson Says:

    My iPhone unable to exit safe mode after jail breaking

  5. Herber Says:


  6. S Says:

    DO NOT install this on 4.3.3 as it crashes your phone upon launching an app within a folder, and removing it does not reverse the changes it makes. You will have to do a full restore of your phone!

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