iPhone Where can I

tvotony

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Making this so ppl can ask where can they find certain tweaks and post links to different repos. I'm the main thread you maybe overlooked and here everyone is looking for answers

For starters I'm looking for these two

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In the picture above just the widget

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In the picture above the tweak for the status bar
 

eyoungren

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Making this so ppl can ask where can they find certain tweaks and post links to different repos. I'm the main thread you maybe overlooked and here everyone is looking for answers

For starters I'm looking for these two

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In the picture above just the widget

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In the picture above the tweak for the status bar
Tweaks in my statusbar (my screenshot you have): Zeppelin, Live Battery Indicator, WeatherIcon 6.

The -numbers thing is the signal bars in -dBm. You can get that by opening the engineering screen and then force quitting. The mail, location services and alarm icons are standard OS.
 
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tvotony

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Tweaks in my statusbar (my screenshot you have): Zeppelin, Live Battery Indicator, WeatherIcon 6.

The -numbers thing is the signal bars in -dbps format. You can get that by opening the engineering screen and then force quitting. The mail, location services and alarm icons are standard OS.

Thanks for that
 
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chambone

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Where can I

find something to disable notification center? All I can find is DisableNC+ which can't be purchased yet. And there's the assistive touch trick which seems to disable control center as well.
 
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dasx

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Thanks! I fixed it.
Just out of curiosity... 1fW is almost nothing. I'd say 1 bar at most. If I recall correctly 5 bars show from -50dBm down to -80dBm, that is from 10nW (nano Watts) to 10pW (pico Watts).

Basically, 1 bar is equal to say that you have 10 millions times less power coming from the tower than with 5 bars.

P.S: It's not -dBm format, it's dBm. dBm is the algorithmic representation of mW. That is, 1W equals to 10*log(10) dBW, 0dB. So 1W = 0dB = 0dBW. For small powers such as 10pW (switch from 5 bars to 4), it would be -110dBW, but you can just multiply it by 1000 (or add 30dB --> 10*log(1000) = 30) and say -80dBm. They are negative because in logarithmic scales, anything above 1 is positive and anything between 0 and 1 is negative. (No negative number can be expressed in a logarithmic scale).
 
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eyoungren

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Just out of curiosity... 1fW is almost nothing. I'd say 1 bar at most. If I recall correctly 5 bars show from -50dBm down to -80dBm, that is from 10nW (nano Watts) to 10pW (pico Watts).

Basically, 1 bar is equal to say that you have 10 millions times less power coming from the tower than with 5 bars.

P.S: It's not -dBm format, it's dBm. dBm is the algorithmic representation of mW. That is, 1W equals to 10*log(10) dBW, 0dB. So 1W = 0dB = 0dBW. For small powers such as 10pW (switch from 5 bars to 4), it would be -110dBW, but you can just multiply it by 1000 (or add 30dB --> 10*log(1000) = 30) and say -80dBm. They are negative because in logarithmic scales, anything above 1 is positive and anything between 0 and 1 is negative. (No negative number can be expressed in a logarithmic scale).
Yeah, generally I have about 1-2 bars on LTE. That's because Sprint hasn't even reached 20% of LTE rollout completion in Phoenix, despite having started work a year ago.

That particular screenshot was yesterday at work connected to a tower that just got LTE about a month ago. It's stronger at home, but I've just gone back to using WiFi at work and home because I'm tired of dealing with the maybe LTE will work today, maybe it won't thing.

The rest of what you said…right over my head, no offense. Me and math (and numbers) have a bad relationship. :D
 
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dasx

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Yeah, generally I have about 1-2 bars on LTE. That's because Sprint hasn't even reached 20% of LTE rollout completion in Phoenix, despite having started work a year ago.

That particular screenshot was yesterday at work connected to a tower that just got LTE about a month ago. It's stronger at home, but I've just gone back to using WiFi at work and home because I'm tired of dealing with the maybe LTE will work today, maybe it won't thing.

The rest of what you said…right over my head, no offense. Me and math (and numbers) have a bad relationship. :D
haha ok, none taken. I like numbers. Well, I indeed should, they are one of the main pillars of my career... lol
 
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darricksailo

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Tweaks in my statusbar (my screenshot you have): Zeppelin, Live Battery Indicator, WeatherIcon 6.

The -numbers thing is the signal bars in -dBm. You can get that by opening the engineering screen and then force quitting. The mail, location services and alarm icons are standard OS.
I've had more luck turning off the phone than force quitting it

Btw, the number to dial is *3001#12345#*
 
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