Posted October 07, 2018 08:00:00The first time you install a new app, the process can be a little frustrating.
You can’t just open it and start browsing Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Reddit, because they won’t work with iOS 8.
Or you can’t use a browser for reading and editing Facebook posts, and you can still get notifications about new posts, but you’re out of luck if you’re looking at a photo of your cat.
There’s no easy way to disable these social media automation tools without breaking iOS 8, though.
In this article, we’ll walk you through the process to get rid of these tools on your iOS device.
You don’t have to take our word for it, though, as we’ve got plenty of other articles to help you find the easiest way to do it.
First, let’s install a few apps.
We’ll use Facebook, as it’s the most popular app for iOS 8 users, but the app can be installed on any platform.
For iOS 8-only users, you’ll need to use the “About” section of the app to download and install the Facebook app.
After you install the app, you can install it manually using the Apple developer’s toolkit, and install apps manually on your device by right-clicking on the app icon in the Home screen, selecting “Installed apps”, and then selecting “Manage”.
Next, you should have an icon with an app icon next to the app name.
Click it, and it’ll open the app manager, which will give you access to a bunch of useful tools.
To access these, tap on the “Help” icon at the top of the screen, then tap on “App Settings” at the bottom.
In the app settings, you want to set a few things up, like the “Facebook API” setting, which controls how you access the social media APIs that Facebook uses to collect information about you.
These settings can be set at the app’s settings page or in the app itself.
The “Enable Facebook API” option will tell the app what API to use, which in turn determines what types of information Facebook sends back to your device when you log in.
The “Enable Instagram API” will let the app automatically generate your own Instagram photos when you upload them.
The last setting in this section lets you set up what happens if you don’t want to use Facebook or Instagram anymore.
The settings will let you restrict what apps you can use on your phone, whether you want Facebook or Twitter to remember who you are, and even what content you can share on the Internet.
To disable the Facebook API, you need to go to the Facebook settings page, and set a checkbox to “Turn off API.”
This is the first step in disabling the Facebook APIs on your iPhone.
To do this, go to Settings and then tap “Services.”
Tap on “Facebook.”
Under “Facebook Services,” select “Settings.”
From the “General” section, scroll down and tap “Delete.”
This will remove all Facebook apps, including the ones you want disabled.
The next step is to set your “Disable Instagram API.”
In the same settings page that you disabled Facebook, scroll up and tap on a checkmark next to “Allow.”
The checkbox will toggle the checkbox that says “Allow Instagram.”
Tap the checkmark again to toggle the “Allow” setting to “Disallow Instagram.”
Tap the “Disconnect Facebook API.”
The last setting here is a “Disable.”
When you turn it off, the Facebook apps will still send some information back to the device.
Tap the checkmarks again and then “Done.”
Now, we’re going to disable the Twitter API.
From the Settings menu, scroll to the “Services” section.
Tap on the check mark next to each of the Twitter apps.
Under “Twitter Services,” scroll down to the bottom of the “Settings” menu.
Tap “Disable Twitter API.”
Under the “Twitter” section under “Services,” tap the “Disable” button.
Tap that checkmark to toggle “Disable all Twitter apps.”
To set up these social tools, follow these steps:On your iPhone, go back to Settings.
Tap on “Settings”.
From the “Service” section select “Apps and services” and tap the check box next to Twitter.
This will toggle “Disabled.”
Tap that button to toggle that setting.
Now that you’ve disabled the Facebook, Instagram and Twitter services, it’s time to set up Facebook.
Go to Settings, then click on “Services & privacy.”
Scroll down and select “Facebook privacy.”
From there, you will see three settings.
You want to disable all three of them, but in a couple of cases, the “Hide” option is enabled.
To disable the “Show” option, you must set a toggle to “Show.”
Tap and hold the “Stop” button for at least 15 seconds