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Jailbroken Iphone, cant access mirroring


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I have a jailbroken IP4s (5.0.1) on which I am using the cydia app 'card switcher' to replace the task switcher menu with a WebOS like app switcher.

On a 'normal IOS install, one access the 'Apple TV Mirroring" function by swiping the task switcher to the right until you get to the Ipod controls. The Airplay icon is located there and mirroring can be enabled, disabled from there.

On my JB'n phone (using cardswitcher) I cant get to the Ipod controls.

Does anyone know how to access the Airplay menu to turn on/off mirroring??

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