New Conflict with ActivateMMS2G and enabling apple battery % toggle via SSH

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by tomass389, Jul 8, 2009.

  1. tomass389 macrumors member

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    Long story short, Installed BossPrefs, it was buggy and phone felt slower, unistalled, but wasn't sure what other packages came with it and phone still felt slower so I did a restore and JB/Unlock...

    Before this happened I had all these working great, MMS with quality fix for TMobile and I enabled the battery percentage by editing the M68A plist file via SSH...

    Now, once I get MMS working and try for the battery, the battery works but all my MMS stuff disappears. Try to re-do MMS and batt % disappears... What the heck?

    Any ideas or tips?
     
  2. jmann macrumors 604

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    Try doing a hard reboot (hold the home/lock button till the phone restarts and shows the apple logo), then if that doesn't work I suppose you should rejailbreak and get the battery percentage by download "asBattery" from cydia insteading of editing .plist files.
     
  3. tomass389 thread starter macrumors member

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    asBattery doesn't work with ActivateMMS2G unfortunately, tried it. Thanks though
     
  4. tomass389 thread starter macrumors member

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    I've tried everything now, can't figure it out. I restored it and backed up to when I had them both working, hoping the settings might come back, but no luck.

    The toggles keep getting removed from their menus in settings.

    Any help here? I had this working for a couple restores then all of the sudden this started happening. All because of damn bossprefs...
     
  5. TSX macrumors 68030

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    Install sbs and turn on battery% there, then delete sbs if u dont want it.
     
  6. tomass389 thread starter macrumors member

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    So if I toggle something in sbsettings then uninstall all the packages that came with it I shouldn't have any residual problems with slowdown from sbsettings and the feature will stay toggle on. No battery drain either? Because this is why i got rid of sbsettings. thanks
     
  7. DanielNTX macrumors 6502

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    ActivateMMS2G takes the gas guage battery string out of the plist. Re-edit the plist after it's installed.
     
  8. tomass389 thread starter macrumors member

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    Thank God, I was getting a little beyond frustrated...

    I thought it had to do with that but wasn't quite sure how it worked.

    Do I need the re-edit the carrier.plist or the M68AP.plist?

    What exactly do I need to edit?

    Thank you so much
     
  9. DanielNTX macrumors 6502

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