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Default [Request] Remove recent apps from notification bar

Hey guys.

Wanted to see if anyone could figure out a way to remove the recent apps from the notification pull down menu. It's not a huge annoyance, but it takes up a lot of space and I never use it (usually cos I forget it's there).

I searched the forum but couldn't find anything relevant to the Inspire.

Would be much appreciated

Also, I do understand that the various power notification mods out there give you the option to remove/add the recent apps, but I prefer the nice sense power widgets What can I say, I'm a sucker for sense.
 
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This involves modifying the Sense framework, which can only be done if rooted...

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Why prefer sense power widgets when to turn WiFi on when your in the browser for example, you have to exit to home screen, open settings, select wireless and network, etc...-then go back to what you were doing. Or just pull notification bar down where ever you are and press 1 button?
Just wondering.
 
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Why prefer sense power widgets when to turn WiFi on when your in the browser for example, you have to exit to home screen, open settings, select wireless and network, etc...-then go back to what you were doing. Or just pull notification bar down where ever you are and press 1 button?
Just wondering.
I think he's talking about the 'recently used apps', not the toggles.
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I too support this. Cos long press on home anyways brings up the recent apps.

By the way, if u use GingerBeast by dilli, u won't have have these. And u won't have sense either.


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