1. pamex's Avatar
    Location is turned off.
    No bootloops after removing com.apple.apsd.plist.

    BTW have anyone tried Firewall IP? Can it block internet activity of embedded apple programs and services in iOS?
    2011-05-11 08:45 PM
  2. gerax07's Avatar
    I really need help. I followed directions in the post and made a backup. I proceeded to delete the daemons listed in the first list. I go to safari, it freezes for about 30 sec, and crashes. I then remove the newly edited daemon folder and replace it with the backup. I reboot, and springboard crashes. I respring, try safari again, and it's still not working.
    oh, I'm running 4.3.3 on a 4th gen. appreciate any help!
    2011-05-12 08:28 AM
  3. pamex's Avatar
    May be something wrong with access rights (CHMOD) on the files & folders?
    2011-05-12 04:43 PM
  4. Fhsjaagshs's Avatar
    Try safari in safe mode.
    2011-05-12 05:49 PM
  5. udance4ever's Avatar
    hallelujah! I can confirm this optimization works on the iPad 1 - MobileMe galleries like this one are able to load for me now:

    MobileMe Gallery

    thanks!
    2011-08-15 05:42 AM
  6. Fhsjaagshs's Avatar
    Wait, what?? your post was ind of a gravedig...
    iDevices: Lots, most jailbroken
    Computers: MPB 13" i7 mid 2011, MacBook Air "11 256GB Samsung SSD i7, 4GB RAM, both OSX 10.7.3

    I'm a iPhone hacker and Twitter API master.
    2011-08-15 09:49 PM
  7. James Hall's Avatar
    150+ mb free does that seem right i have a iphone 4 on 5.0.1 and that what it seems like i got
    iPhone 4 iOS 5.0.1 JB
    2012-01-19 09:24 AM
  8. thazsar's Avatar
    150+ mb free does that seem right i have a iphone 4 on 5.0.1 and that what it seems like i got
    I haven't tried on iOS 5.0.1 yet. When I was in 4.x, though, I was getting 350MB on average. Highest I ever had was 425MB then the phone would become unstable. 150MB is waaaay too low!!!

    On my old 3GS I was getting 145-155MB on average so there's definitely something else hogging up your RAM
    2012-01-19 01:38 PM
  9. unklbyl's Avatar
    I am on a 4 running 4.1 and have 340 MB. Goes down to 250 when i got a lot of junk in the trunk, but a double tap on the home button, and a swipe for SSB and i am back at 350 to 365. Highest I have ever had was 372.
    Last edited by unklbyl; 2012-01-19 at 07:21 PM.
    unklbyl
    2012-01-19 06:12 PM
  10. Fhsjaagshs's Avatar
    I am on a 4 running 4.1 and have 340 MB. Goes down to 250 when i got a lot of junk in the trunk, but a double tap on the home button, and a swipe for SSB and i am back at 350 to 365. Highest I have ever had was 372.
    I had an iPod 4G at 200MB once. And I would jailbreak my 4S if my mom didn't get AppleCare.
    2012-01-21 05:54 PM
  11. zues79's Avatar
    I had an iPod 4G at 200MB once. And I would jailbreak my 4S if my mom didn't get AppleCare.
    Correct me if im wrong, but im pretty sure You can restore your phone before sending it into apple care.. I would t see why the 4s would be different...
    2012-01-22 12:42 AM
  12. elementalgodz11's Avatar
    This along with removing the unneeded language packs makes for a super quick phone
    Sorry about a 3 year late reply but how can I do this automatically without doing it manually? I have WinSCP, FileZilla and Putty currently installed on my computer.
    2012-01-22 09:04 AM
  13. thazsar's Avatar
    Sorry about a 3 year late reply but how can I do this automatically without doing it manually? I have WinSCP, FileZilla and Putty currently installed on my computer.
    There's this insane repo that you need to find that has a tweak called 'sysclean.'. This will do it automatically. You'll also need to get 'MobileTerminal 520-1' to run sysclean.
    2012-01-26 03:10 PM
  14. elementalgodz11's Avatar
    There's this insane repo that you need to find that has a tweak called 'sysclean.'. This will do it automatically. You'll also need to get 'MobileTerminal 520-1' to run sysclean.
    Could I remove those tweaks after installing and still have the files deleted?

    EDIT: Never mind got it working. Thanks thazsar
    Last edited by elementalgodz11; 2012-01-27 at 05:58 PM.
    2012-01-27 05:16 PM
  15. hank197857's Avatar
    i maybe increased my boot-up time by only 3 secs
    2012-01-30 02:25 AM
  16. thazsar's Avatar
    i maybe increased my boot-up time by only 3 secs
    This really isn't meant to increase boot-time & w/ the ip4 & ip4S...you're not going to really notice an increase in speed...only RAM 'number' increase. You might also try getting a tweak called 'daemon tool iOS 5' to increase RAM!
    2012-01-30 04:44 PM
  17. LanCo Rider's Avatar
    Interesting to read some of the RAM numbers you guys are having on a steady basis. I have very minimal tweaks installed and almost no theming at all. I can get about 350 when I run a process killer RAM freeing app, but my phone is steadily around 150-200 mb if I let it go for some time. I have removed language packs and disabled the safe launch daemons. Anyone have an idea what could be causing this or what could be done?

    iPhone 4 on 5.0.1
    2012-02-01 07:33 PM
  18. thazsar's Avatar
    Interesting to read some of the RAM numbers you guys are having on a steady basis. I have very minimal tweaks installed and almost no theming at all. I can get about 350 when I run a process killer RAM freeing app, but my phone is steadily around 150-200 mb if I let it go for some time. I have removed language packs and disabled the safe launch daemons. Anyone have an idea what could be causing this or what could be done?

    iPhone 4 on 5.0.1
    I'll tell you that iOS 5.0.1 has decreased the RAM tremendously!!! Your numbers look right compared to my ip4S. I get about the same as you, now
    2012-02-01 07:37 PM
  19. LanCo Rider's Avatar
    I figured as much. I don't notice any real lag on the phone so it's no big deal I suppose.
    2012-02-01 07:48 PM
  20. hank197857's Avatar
    can you name the repo?
    2012-02-02 01:01 AM
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