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Ok screen recorders, button breakors, and anyone else who wants assistive touch, welcome. Assistive touch is a helpful tool on Idevices that can get you an on-screen home button, let you use a screen recorder on games, among other things. I did this on IOS 8.1.2, but it is virtually the same for 8.1.1 and 8.1.3, and most other IOS's. Lets get started.

Step 1: First...

Go into GENRAL, in the settings. Next, scroll all the way down, and click on Accesability.

Step 2: Next... and Last

Last you should see Assistive touch in accesability. Click on it and your DONE! It should be a square with a white circle inside somewhere on your screen. Click on it and explore what it can do. Assistive Touch is in the IOS code, so use it!

<p>This is just a tutorial to set up Assistive Touch for iOS, although it might be useful, it should not be in the Coded Creations Contest.</p>
<p>This is NOT CODED! should not be in coded creations....</p>
Vote for me in the coded creations contest!
<p>Useful :P</p>

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