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bobright

macrumors 601
Original poster
Jun 29, 2010
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Wat is the difference is one more resource heavy thus drains battery faster than the other? Is Battery Doctor Pro better? What is more commonly used nowadays?

I basically just want a wifi, brightness and location toggle on my NC.
 

Godf1st

macrumors regular
Oct 12, 2012
149
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Wat is the difference is one more resource heavy thus drains battery faster than the other? Is Battery Doctor Pro better? What is more commonly used nowadays?

I basically just want a wifi, brightness and location toggle on my NC.

I'm using NC for those toggles.
 
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thadoggfather

macrumors G5
Oct 1, 2007
13,114
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Ncsettings is better for me.

Cleaner look. I think it uses less resources too

Sbsettings has been around longer and I think still gets support. Ncsettings support is done.

Plus it has the ability to add extra toggles.

Still I like nc
 
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nanolife

macrumors 6502
Sep 20, 2011
422
0
Pasadena
NC Settings - Cleaner look and very light.

SbSettings - Once I installed it on my iPhone 4S 6.1.2 and I figure out when I turned the wifi off on SBS, it was still active on Auxo and vice-versa.
That was enough for me to remove it again forever.

Now I'm using neither. Auxo + ISX6 is enough for me.
 
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