Posted by: bearc0025 | March 30, 2013

Removing an App from Multi-Task Memory

photoSometimes it’s necessary to restart an app, but if you just run it again, it may still be in memory.

To remove it from executing/running memory, follow these steps…

1. Press the Home button to return to the Home Screen (if not already there).
2. Double-press the Home Button to show the multi-task bar.
3. Hold your finger on one of the icons on the multi-task bar to make them wiggle (see image) and display the red circle/badge.
4. Tap the circle/badge of the app you want to close/remove from execution memory.


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