SBSettings update?

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by Knowlege Bomb, Feb 25, 2009.

  1. Knowlege Bomb macrumors 601

    Knowlege Bomb

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    Anybody know what it changed?? I checked the Change Log and there was nothing outlining this update.

    These types of things make me nervous as I don't want something to be changed that I don't like and not have the option (without extensive workarounds) of going back to the previous version...
     
  2. alphatectz macrumors 6502a

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    I also checked the change log still nothing, I did investigate with SBSsettings but I found nothing. Everything looks the same.
     
  3. Chiny macrumors 6502

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    They made it so u don't have to resring when enabling & disabling the numeric battery.
     
  4. Knowlege Bomb thread starter macrumors 601

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    Sorry but no. It's been like that since I've been using it. Tapping the battery toggles the numeric/graphic display.
     
  5. Chiny macrumors 6502

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    I checked the change log before I updated the app and thats what they listed for version 1.0.7-5. Check-it-out for yourself.
     
  6. bradenwh macrumors 6502

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    Check the changelog, buddy.

    And btw, I did have to respring when I changed my battery to numeric using SBSettings. When I use BossPrefs, I do not. But SBSettings? Yes.
    That is, until the update.
     
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  8. Knowlege Bomb thread starter macrumors 601

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    Okay "buddy", why am I able to do this even though I haven't updated? Hmmmm?
     
  9. cwwilson macrumors 65816

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    Lostprophet is right, even before the update you could tap the battery icon and it would change from graphic to numerical with no respring.
     
  10. iWin macrumors newbie

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    I do not want to get in the middle of this, but I think this clears up the confusion on both ends of this conversation:

    Enabling numeric battery does not consist of tapping it and turning the icon into the percentage numbers. If you can do this, it is currently enabled. If you can't, it isn't, and must be enabled. THIS is the step that is now able to be taken without a respring.

    Cheers.
     
  11. mullet macrumors regular

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    With the past few versions of SBSettings my OpenSSH toggle always is on where I restart my iPhone even when I turn it off. Anyone else experiencing this?

    ~mullet
     
  12. Chiny macrumors 6502

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    Thats because OpenSSh stays on unit you toggle it off with SBSettings.
     
  13. petemwah macrumors regular

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    true, SBsettings doesn't stop the process from running, it simply kills it or relaunches it depending on whether you toggle it on or off.
     
  14. Nanook macrumors regular

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    "Changes:

    v1.0.7-5
    • Changed numeric battery enable/disable to not need a respring anymore."

    Enabling the numeric battery no longer needs a respring. Once it is enabled, you can still toggle it back and forth by hitting the battery icon.

    And SSH is always enabled upon restart. It doesn't take up much, if any, memory or battery, and it is a safeguard in case you bork your phone and need to SSH in to it to fix it.
     
  15. mullet macrumors regular

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    You didn't understand my question. I have turned it off. I reboot and then it's back on. If I shut it off it should stay off. That's how it SHOULD work. Anyways... it's more of an annoyance than anything else.

    ~mullet
     
  16. petemwah macrumors regular

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    openssh is a program that launches upon turning on your iphone. SBsettings doesn't STOP this program from launching, it merely provides you with an interface by which you can kill the process and relaunch it again if you want.
     

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