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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by aidenh37, Oct 29, 2014.
My battery is disappearing, my memory very high.
On iPhone 4s iOS 8.1. Please help!
Maybe you shouldn't have used a beta jailbreak if you don't want to experience beta bugs.
There's no problem with the jailbreak. I can make my own choices.
By the way, where does it say beta in the version? It's 1.0, 1.0.1, 1.0.2. Not 1.0 beta, 1.0.1 beta, 1.0.2 beta...
There are tons of problems with the jailbreak. You can't set a password without your phone being stuck in a reboot. The fact you made this thread only proves my point. Also the devs clearly said the jailbreak is currently for devs to test their apps. https://twitter.com/panguteam/status/524902372070289408
I know there are some problems, I am using AndroidLock XT instead of passcode. The phone never leaves my sight. I consider myself a developer, considering I like to learn things through making and observing.
Might be a buggy hack.
How many packages you have installed so far?
Jailbreaking in itself doesn't use RAM or battery. It simply opens up iOS. However, there may be bugs associated with the jailbreak that cause instability.
I have installed:
Apple File Conduit "2", AndroidLock XT, HideMe8, MTerminal, BatteryLife, Activator. I also have BytaFont 2 which according to the apt-get command and Cydia and Pangu isn't installed (but that's a separate issue!)
Start removing hacks slowly one by one each day to see if you notice any better battery performance.
Okay. But what about AndroidLock XT? I need that because of the passcode bug...
Not sure. That is an old hack but don't know if it would effect battery life.
Test it for a day without it if you want or start with other hacks first.
Okay. I'll PM you how it goes.
Keep us all posted here if you can pinpoint the battery hog.
For me last year was fakeclockup. Took a while but noticed a good improvement when I removed it.
Sucks cause I really liked having it installed.
It was bytafont 2, which wasn't installed according to Cydia. I deleted the app files and installed through Cydia now RAM usage is 70%!
Thank you for your help
Great, thanks for the info for those of us that will install it so we can keep an eye on it.
I don't think bytafont actually runs in the background at all. It's just an easy way to change system files (in this case the font). You could technically do it manually but that would take forever
Edit: nvm read it wrong
No, it isn't bytafont. It's SSH. It is constantly waiting for a signal saying login!