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  1. welshuk's Avatar
    Could someone repackage the english version as an IPA file, so that we could just download and install either through cydia, or iTunes.
    2009-03-01 05:07 PM
  2. rperalta's Avatar
    Also, the "More" option, can we have it in English too. Thanks!
    2009-03-01 06:23 PM
  3. reddawg's Avatar
    This is slightly off subject, but I thought I would point out a cool feature of MemTool. I like that you can "clean" (terminate)standard processes or you can terminate individual processes. There is a file called ProcList.xml that maintains a whitelist and blacklist of processes that can or cannot be terminated.
    HTML Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"[]>
    <processList version="1.0">
      <blackList>
        <processName>MobileMusicPlaye</processName>
        <processName>MobilePhone</processName>
        <processName>MobileMail</processName>
        <processName>itunesstored</processName>
        <processName>MobileSafari</processName>
        <processName>Cydia_</processName>
        <processName>iRealSMS_</processName>
      </blackList>
      <whiteList>
        <processName>launchd</processName>
        <processName>notifyd</processName>
        <processName>syslogd</processName>
        <processName>lockdownd</processName>
        <processName>configd</processName>
        <processName>update</processName>
        <processName>fairplayd</processName>
        <processName>CommCenter</processName>
        <processName>ptpd</processName>
        <processName>mediaserverd</processName>
        <processName>iapd</processName>
        <processName>BTServer</processName>
        <processName>yellowsn0w</processName>
      </whiteList>
    </processList>
    The Whitelist controls what process are protected and cannot be terminated. The Blacklist controls what processes are terminated when you click "Clean". Apparently, you can add additional processes to either list depending upon what you want to allow. The ProcList.xml is located in /Applications/MemTool.app.
    2009-03-02 12:33 AM
  4. Bernie-Mac's Avatar
    This is now up on cydia!
    iLive an iLife
    2009-03-02 01:49 AM
  5. reddawg's Avatar
    After installing MemTool in Cydia. The MemTool application did not appear on the iPhone's desktop. I used BossPrefs and peformed a "Respring and Lock" and this resolved the problem. MemTool works great.

    Note: sometimes "Fast Spring" doesn't always display newly installed applications from Cydia or applications installed manually using WinSCP. So, make sure you either reboot or perform a "Respring and Lock".
    2009-03-02 09:36 AM
  6. rprice07's Avatar
    just installed and wow, i love this app. thank you guys, and thanks for the insight on the white/blacklisting info, that will come in handy.


    im looking into the more section now... ugh.
    2009-03-03 07:50 AM
  7. equlizer's Avatar
    I installed it last night and used it once to clean the memory but when i woke up this morning my phone was totally shut off and battery was at like 2%. It was fully charged before i went to bed

    I know how to un-install it but is there a way to get rid of it all?
    2009-03-05 03:55 AM
  8. reddawg's Avatar
    I installed it last night and used it once to clean the memory but when i woke up this morning my phone was totally shut off and battery was at like 2%. It was fully charged before i went to bed
    MemTool is just an application, it does not remain in memory as a process after closing it. So, it couldn't have run your battery down. I used it few times today to free up memory. I didn't see my battery drop 12 hours later in the manner you described. I connected to my iPhone 3G using SSH terminal and ran the 'ps" command to list all running process.
    iDawg:~ root# ps axco pid,command
    PID COMMAND
    1 launchd
    12 mDNSResponder
    13 notifyd
    14 syslogd
    15 configd
    17 yellowsn0w
    19 ptpd
    20 update
    21 lockdownd
    22 mediaserverd
    24 iapd
    25 fairplayd
    26 SpringBoard
    30 BTServer
    39 CommCenter
    156 MobilePhone
    167 sshd
    168 -sh
    199 ps
    MemTool was not listed. There is no doubt from what you described that something ran down your battery, but it wasn't MemTool.
    Last edited by reddawg; 2009-03-05 at 05:56 AM.
    2009-03-05 05:42 AM
  9. SINC's Avatar
    Hey guys, where can I find Memtool on Cydia?
    2009-10-08 12:03 AM
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