Which System Settings should I keep on/off?

Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by Shawzborne, Sep 25, 2013.

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    Shawzborne

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    Hi guys,

    I am wondering which "System Services" I should keep on or off? Also whether or not I should have "Cell network search" set to automatic or manual? Here's my current settings

    System Services>all off

    Cell network > manual(off)

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    Thank-you,


    Shawn
     
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    davehutch

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    dictoresno

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    I keep all off except cell network and compass calibration. And that's what I recommend to everyone I know that upgraded.
     
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    What are your specific desired results?
     
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    TroyBoy30

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    davehutch

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    I'm not responsible for the Internet. I expect people to read through them, make their own assessment and ignore what they believe to be wrong or irrelevant.
     
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    This.

    It's hard to answer the question if we don't know what you are trying to accomplish. Are you trying to conserve battery? Get the phone to perform better?
     
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    sunking101

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    If you're trying to correct a severe battery drain, none of these settings will help you. Switching off certain features can only help you save a bit of juice here and there. I have done four clean installs and have every power hungry setting switched off, yet nothing has cured my horrendous battery drain under iOS7.
     
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    For the internet to operate as intended, you're supposed to take a bogus and arbitrary position, then only present information in support of that position. I mean, c'mon! :rolleyes:

    (pssst, thanks for the links)
     

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