How can I prevent the display on an iOS device from dimming and turning off?
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How do I prevent the iPhone screen from dimming or turning off while my application is running?
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Add this line of code on your application delegate:
[[UIApplication sharedApplication] setIdleTimerDisabled:YES];
UIApplication.sharedApplication().idleTimerDisabled = true
UIApplication.shared.isIdleTimerDisabled = true
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