Stop Calls By Turning Your iPhone On It’s Face With This Tweak
The iPhone is a great device in that it has one feature that most other phones did not (and in some cases, still don’t) have a simple physical mute switch to place the device in silent in places where it’s inappropriate for loud sounds. This includes movie houses, corporate meetings and other places and events where loud sounds are just not welcome. The problem is that many people will forget that they have such a feature on their iPhone. Just think about rushing into a meeting because you were late and then forgetting to flip that silent switch on your iPhone. It will be pretty embarrassing to start fumbling about with your iPhone just to put it in silent mode but not before disturbing everyone else in the otherwise silent room. It’s a good thing that there is a tweak to remedy this type of situation.
Of course, since we are talking about tweaks, this usually means that something in the phones functionality has been changed or improved so that it behaves in a different way. This also means that the iPhone should be jailbroken in order for this to work. Jailbreaking itself is an easy process and doesn’t really take that many tools to make it possible. Sign up here if you are willing to jailbreak your iPhone so that you can install all manner of tweaks and enhancements to improve your iOS experience.
After jailbreaking your iDevice, if you are in need of a tweak to save you from forgetting to flip that mute switch on, then look no further than this new tweak called Turn 2 Hangup. The Turn 2 Hangup concept is not a new one. In fact, there are many other phones that have this feature that it is really disturbing to know that this doesn’t exist on the iPhone. But with the help of the jailbreak community, you can now just simply turn your iPhone face down on a flat surface and it will automatically put the iPhone in silent mode. This is a functionality made even easier by the Turn 2 Hangup tweak and we think it is genius.
Yes, there is another tweak out there that probably does the same thing but we feel that this one works well. It’s stable and more importantly, it doesn’t end the call completely. It merely puts the phone in silent mode and lets the ringing continue so that you can decide whether or not to answer the call. This is not a tweak that will be useful for everyone, especially for those who are not always in front of a flat surface like a conference table or any other place that requires one to turn off the volume on their iPhones. But it is definitely helpful and it doesn’t hurt that the tweak is free either.
Do you think this is the kind of tweak that will help you from an embarrassing situation that expected you to keep quiet at all times? Let us know in the comments and tell us if you are using this solution in your everyday life.
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