Tweak to disable System Update?

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  1. pdxmatts, Sep 16, 2017
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    i have my iPad Pro jailbroken with Yalu but it keeps trying to install the system update and the badge won't go away on the settings icon. Is there a recommended tweak I need to try? My JB 6S+ on 9.0.2 doesn't have this problem.
     
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    Install TV OS beta profile and you will no longer recieve updates and go into your settings > general > storage and delete the update if it's there.
     
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    There's also Mikoto and using iCleaner Pro to turn off the System Update daemon.
     
  4. QueenTyrone macrumors 6502a

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    I thought Mikoto didn't work for OTA disabling anymore
     
  5. eyoungren macrumors Core

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    iOS 10 maybe?

    It works perfectly fine in 9.0.2.
     
  6. pdxmatts, Oct 4, 2017
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    Thanks for the suggestions. I disabled the system update daemon in iCleaner Pro and installed No Update and noOTA badge tweaks. Seems to have worked! :cool:
     
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    Do you know what tweak to use to check battery cycles for IOS 9.0.2? Thanks
     
  8. eyoungren macrumors Core

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    Well…there's Data Monitor which still works on 9.0.2 but the battery stats it gives are incidental to it's purpose (monitoring the data you use).

    Mainly I use apps availabe in the app store for this. My current favorite is Battery Life
     
  9. pdxmatts thread starter macrumors 68000

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    I will give it a try. Tyvm :)
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    482 cycles on my 6S+
     

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