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Restarting iReconcile in iOS 4

July 13, 2010

As many of you may know, apps do not shut down anymore when you click the home button on your iPhone. As of iOS 4, apps get “suspended,” meaning they freeze, or stop their execution, but they remain in memory. When you open the app again, it simply resumes execution from where it left off.

There are certain conditions in iReconcile that may require you to restart the app. If you receive a message requiring you to restart, follow these steps:

  1. Close the app as you normally would (by pressing the home button on your device). Remember, at this point the app is “suspended,” not shut down.
  2. Double-click the home button on your device.  You will see a list of apps appear at the bottom of the screen.  These are the suspended apps, or those still in memory.
  3. Find iReconcile in that list, and press-and-hold the icon until it “jiggles.”
  4. Press the red icon to close the app.
  5. You can now start the app as you normally would.
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