Tweaks Updated Jun 22, 2023

QuitAll tweak for iOS 15


When you use a lot of apps on iOS those will be opened in the app grid switcher. To close an app you must use on each window the slide up gesture. QuitAll tweak can close all apps with one tap on iOS 13 – iOS 15 by adding a useful close button to the grid switcher. However, QuitAll by P2KDev offers even more features for Fugu15 Max and Dopamine.

Add QuitAll Repo to your package manager.

What is QuitAll?

QuitAll is a simple, but useful tweak that adds a button on top of your app/grid switcher, once pressed it closes all apps from the switcher. This tweak supports iPhones and iPads, running iOS 13 to iOS 14, but it also works fine on iOS 15 jailbreaks. If you're having trouble getting QuitAll by Dave van Wijk to work with Fugu15 Max, consider installing QuitAll by P2KDev instead.

After installation, QuitAll tweak adds a dedicated preference pane to the Settings app from where you can configure all options to your liking. From here you can toggle the tweak on and off, select displayed mode and positioning. There is also an option to add apps to a blacklist.

QuitAll tweak allows you to kill all apps running in the background with one tap directly from the grid switcher. It also supports third party grid-switcher tweaks, including CastSwitcher. The close button can be placed on the right or left side or even at the bottom of app switcher.

Two iPhone screens showing QuitAll tweak enabled on the app grid switcher on iOS 15.

One of the most exciting features of the tweak is the option to add apps to the excluded list. When an app is listed there it will be not closed by QuitAll. This is very useful when you listen to music or podcast, and you like to have those apps running in the background all the time.

Dave van Wijk released the tweak as an open source project with QuitAll source code available through GitHub Repository. The tweak was written in Objective-C and Logos programming languages, and it uses LibSparkApplist to support rootless jailbreaks. Theos libraries are used.

Recently, the tweak was updated to version 3.1. Since this release you can install and use QuitAll tweak to close all apps with one tap also on iOS 15. XinaA15 Jailbreak for iOS 15.0 – iOS 15.1.1 (A12-A15), and Palera1n Jailbreak for iOS 15.0 – iOS 15.7.2 (A9-A11) are supported.

Alternatively, you can try Kill All Apps tweak that adds also an option to close all running apps in the background with one swipe down gesture from the app switcher. Additionally, it enables the iPad-style grid switcher for apps on iPhones without the need to use third party tweaks.

Two iPhone screens showing QuitAll by P2KDev for Fugu15.

Recently, P2KDev released a new version of a tweak called QuitAll, which shares the same name as a previous version by Dave van Wijk. However, P2KDev's version is specifically designed to support the latest releases of rootless jailbreaks, such as Fugu15 Max and Dopamine, for iOS 15.

Not only does QuitAll by P2KDev allow users to kill all running apps in the background, but it also provides several useful power options for jailbroken devices. These include the ability to reboot, reboot userspace, UIcache, SafeMode, Respring, and SBReload. Overall, this version of QuitAll offers a range of powerful features for users using Fugu15 with tweak injection support.

Add Repository

QuitAll tweak was released as a free package that can be downloaded from Chariz Store. Add the QuitAll Repository to your list of Cydia Sources and install the tweak to enable the option to close all apps running in background. The latest version works on iOS 13 – iOS 15. If you're running one of the rootless jailbreaks add P2KDev private repo to install QuitAll rootless.

To install QuitAll tweak on your iOS device using Cydia, follow those steps:

  1. Open the Cydia app from the Home Screen.
  2. Tap on the Sources tab, then select Edit button.
  3. Add the following repositories URLs:
  4. Sileo will automatically refresh packages available in the repo.
  5. Search for QuitAll tweak and install the package.
  6. Restart the Springboard to save changes.
  7. Configure the tweak from the preference pane in the Settings app.

Two iPhone XS Max screens showing QuitAll tweak preference pane in the Settings app.

For added convenience, you can quickly add the repository to your preferred package managers (Cydia, Sileo, Installer, Zebra) by using the quick links provided at the top of this page. With just one click, you can easily add the repo to download QuitAll tweak for iOS 15.

What's new

  • Updated QuitAll to version 3.1.
  • Moved to LibSparkApplist for proper iOS 15 XinaA15 support.
  • Code reformatting and performance improvements.
  • Added support for grid switcher.
  • Cleaned up the code quite a bit.
  • Smoother transition from switcher to app.
  • Full iOS 14 support.
  • Toggle apps that you never want to be quit trough app list.

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  • Sunil John

    Sunil John 1 year ago

    QuitAll did not work on iOS 16.1.2.

    • qbap

      qbap 8 months ago

      QuitAll by P2KDev supports rootless jailbreaks running iOS 15 and iOS 16. The Dave van Wijk version for non-rootless jailbreaks works only up to iOS 15.

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