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iOS: An app you installed unexpectedly quits, stops responding, or won't open
Learn what to do if an app you downloaded from the App Store on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch unexpectedly quits, stops responding, or won't open.
Follow the steps below and test the app after each step.
Restart the app
Close the app and open it again.
Restart your device
Turn the device off and on.
Update your device software and your apps
Update your device to the latest version of iOS.
Update your apps:
Open the App Store and tap Updates.
If updates are available, tap Update All.
If asked, enter your Apple ID password. The updates will download and install.
You might need a Wi-Fi connection to update some apps.
Install another app from the App Store
If your installed app won't open, download and install a free app that isn't on your iOS device. This should reset your Apple ID authorization.
Remember to use the same Apple ID that you used to download the app that you're having issues with.
Reinstall the app
Remove the app from your device and reinstall it. Remember that deleting an app also deletes its data.
Wait for the app to download, then open it from the Home screen.
If the download stops, you can resume it.
Contact the developer
If you see the issue again, contact the developer of the app for help:
Find the app in the App Store.
Tap the app and tap Reviews.
Tap App Support.
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Press 0, then press 5 OR For tech support, have serial number ready. Don't press zero -- say "iPhone Support" (or whatever product you're calling about). The system will ask you for serial number and get you right to someone who can help
If what you want is that those apps don't show up in the home screen, just long tap the app, and a trash can should display either at the bottom of the page or at the top, drag the app to the trash can. This won't delete the app but it will remove it from the home page.
Assuming this app is on an iOS device (Apple). Following these Several steps should resolve your issue, firstly quit the app entirely by using four fingers swipe up on the tablet, or press the home button twice, either step will show the active apps, find the Facebook app, then with a single finger swipe up, this step should see the app move upwards on the screen, quitting the app. Theis next step requires you to hold the power button and the home button at the same time, until the device shutsdown and the logo appears, then let go of both buttons allowing the device to start/boot completely. Locate your Facebook app, start it, does the problem still exist? If after the above steps you still have the same issue, you can delete the app, by placing your finger over the app & holding until the app jiggles and shows an "x" in the top left corner of the app graphic, touching the "x" will remove the app from your device, you can then re-install the app, finally you may simply need to check to see if the app needs to be updated, by opening the AppStore, and selecting Updates, if an update for Facebook is available for you it will show up here. I hope something within the information has helped.
Apps are programs too,and sometimes software gets stuck.To make an app shutdown without restarting,press and hold the sleep/wake button until you see the power off slider but don't slide to off.Press and hold the home button until the app quits .
When you exceed your allowed pages for apps,they will still install,but app cannot be created for lack of pages.You can get more room by grouping similar apps into 1 folder to make space.You can also use search function to fill any app installed.Scroll all pages to right until keyboard appears,then type name of app,it will appear in dropdown list. Please Rate
The iPhone 3G cannot multi task with the standard non-jailbroken OS.
They app will always disconnect from the internet because whenever you press the home button on your phone, it simply quits the app that was running.
Notification settings can be changed in the Setting app.
Once you are in Settings, tap Notifications and alter the settings for each application in the way that you want to receive notifications from them.
Make sure you are connected to the internet. Go to Settings>General>Network>Enable Cellular data (for iPhone) For iPod Touch, make sure you are connected to an operational WiFi network. You can do this by just going to the Safari application for example and doing a google search to check and see if you have a usable connection. If these do not work, quit the running apps by double clicking the home button then holding down an icon at the bottom of the screen then exiting out of the apps one by one. If this does not work, restart your iPhone or iPod Touch (it is okay to restart because the jailbreak on iOS 4.2.1 is untethered, meaning you can turn off your device without having to re-jailbreak) Try to open youtube when the device turns back on. If this does not work, go to Safari and search "youtube mobile" and click on the first link. This will direct you to the browser version of YouTube. Once on that page, tap the + button at the bottom to add this page/link to your home screen. It will function like the regular YouTube app, and in my opinion, its faster.