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Turn off Genius on iPhone

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How do I turn off the genius button on the iPhone ? I keep hitting it whenever I want to scrub to the middle of through a song. It's pretty annoying.

posted Jul 10, 2013 by anonymous

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Genius for Apps is a relatively new feature of the iPhone App Store (it was added as part of the iPhone OS 3.1 update) “ that helps you discover new apps that suit your tastes. Genius ‘learns ‘ from your installed base of apps and your App Store purchases.

How To Turn Off Genius for Apps:

– Open the Settings app.
– Tap on the Store section
– Tap on the View Account button
– Scroll down past your billing information and address details, and choose the ‘Turn Off Genius for Apps ‘ option.

and that it adding on how to turn on the Genius also...

How To Turn On Genius for Apps:

– Open the App Store
– Go to the Featured tab
– Tap the Genius tab at the far right of the set of top tabs on the page
– Tap ‘Turn on Genius ‘ “ as shown in the screencap at the top of this post. You ‘ll have to agree to the Genius Terms & Conditions as well.

That ‘s it. Genius should start offering you some suggestions the next time you launch the App Store (in that same area of the Featured section).

answer Jul 10, 2013 by Salil Agrawal
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