Minggu, 29 Mei 2011

Enable Multi-touch Gestures on iPad with ibackupbot

Enable Multi-touch Gestures on iPad without jailbreaking

We can find some guide on the Internet that show how to enable multi-touch gestures on iPad, but all of them request your iPad is jailbreaked, or need you own a Mac computer with XCode installed.
Now with iBackupBot, we can easily enable multi-touch gestures on iPad without jailbreaking:

What you need:

  • 1. A PC computer with Windows XP/Vista/7 system, iTunes 10.2.1 installed.
  • 2. An iPad or iPad 2 with iOS 4.3 or 4.3.1.
  • 3. iBackupBot iTunes Backup Manager.

Then follow these steps:

  • 1. Run iTunes, connect your iPad to computer, right click your iPad name in left window of iTunes and select Back Up.
  • 2. After the backup process done, exit iTunes, run iBackupBot, select the newest backup of your iPad in left window ofiBackupBot.
  • 3. Double click Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist in right window of iBackupBot, it will pop up a plist editor window.

  • 4. Add below two line under line:

  • 5. Click the Disk button to save changes then close the plist editor window.

    Notice: When saving changes, the program will re-sort the contents of plist file by key, so the 2 lines you just added may been moved to other place, you can press CTRL+F and enter SBUseSystemGestures to find it.

  • 6. Press CTRL+T, the program will prompt “Do you really want restore this backup to your device?”, just click Yes button.
  • 7. After the restore process done, your iPad will restart automatically, then you can enjoy the multi-touch gesturesfeature.

BTW: this method will not show the multi-touch gestures switch in option window of iPad, so if you want disable multi-touch gestures feature, you can find and delete the two line that you added inLibrary/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist then restore to iPad using iBackupBot.

A video on YouTube about this:
Enable iPad Multi-touch Gestures on Windows, no jailbreak request


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