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Bug Reports - Archive / whited00r 5.2.1 Where is Cydia?
« on: June 22, 2012, 11:10:13 AM »
hi!

i put my ipod touch 2g, with the last ios jailbroken (4.2.1) in DFU mode...then i open itunes,click (shift+click) on restore an then i choose whitedoor 5.1.....now....when the ipod end the restore,i configurate it as a new device ...i wait two minutes and then i reboot it....now when slide to go on homepage (springboard) i can't find the cydia icon...and if i touch on terminal this app crash!!!!


what can i do??????????

thanks ...and sorry for my very bad english ;)

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Just installed WD5.1N on a 2G and everything is looking good with the exception of the Find My iPhone service doesn't appear to work.  To be clear I'm not talking about the app, I'm talking about the service which is enabled when you add your .mac/ mobile me account.

Is the Find My iPhone service supposed to work or do I have to download/ install something back in to enable it?

Thanks

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I just kicked off the process to have my 2G, 3G, and 3GS all unlocked by AT&T.  To finish the unlock I'm going to have to backup and restore the iPhones.

Since they will all be unlocked I'm guessing I shouldn't need the unlocker .ipas, but what if I need the hactivator bit?  Is that available through the normal whited00r release?  I only have an active SIM from an AT&T BB, not sure if that will get me past the activation process....

Also, a more general question... has anyone unlocked their iPhone via AT&T and then installed whited00r? 

Cheers

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Archives / Does iOS 5 feel snappier/quicker on your device?
« on: October 21, 2011, 04:47:41 PM »
Title says it all. Personally iOS 5 makes my iPhone 4 feel much faster and responsive.

Thanks,
iTDx

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Tech Talks / Free RAM On iPhone 4
« on: October 20, 2011, 08:35:50 AM »
Hey, I was wondering if anyone knew how i could make my iPhone 4 reach over 400mb of ram?

People in this thread have managed to but, i tried and the highest i've got is 393mb. I know this is alot of ram as it is but I just thought if i could get 400mb of ram, it would be cool.


Thanks,
iTDx

Link to thread - http://modmyi.com/forums/file-mods/754970-get-iphone-4-over-400mb-free-ram.html

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Archives / My Contributions to this project
« on: October 20, 2011, 07:50:49 AM »
Just to let you guys know, i will not be as active and will not be able to contribute as much as I have now got an iPhone 4 and have given my iPhone 2g away. For aslong as i have been using whited00r i have been happy with my device and it is sad to not be able to use your iOS anymore.

Thanks for the great firmware and support,
iTDx

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Archives / Volume Sliders Missing
« on: October 17, 2011, 12:44:44 PM »
Hey,

I just deleted some LaunchDaemons on my iPhone 4 and my Volume Sliders are missing. Can someone please upload the daemon i need to get my Volume Sliders back?

Thank you,
iTDx

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Okay guys, I know this isn't the place for it but, I couldn't find any support any where else. So I recently bourght and iPhone 4. Being brand new it came shipped with iOS 4.3.5 X__X. I came across a couple of guides on how to downgrade to 4.3.3 but every time to get it to work, I have to use redsn0w to boot tethered. Many people have been successful getting it to work without having to boot tethered resulting in them getting an untethered jailbreak.

Can anyone help me?

Thanks,
iTDx

PS. I have no SHSH blobs for anything lower than 4.3.5

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Well, it's been nice knowing you guys but I no longer have my iPhone 2G, I have a White iPhone 4 16GB and think that I can no longer support whited00r. I will come on the forums from time to time, but if you need any help or anything you can always catch me on twitter (@iTD_x).

Maybe when Redd00r is up and running I can contribute to that project, but for now farewell.

I hope this project develops further and that the spirit of whited00r remains strong.

Thank you for the great firmware,
iTDx

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Archives / FreeMyWhited00r
« on: September 27, 2011, 03:58:39 PM »
Why is FreeMyWhited00r no longer on the repo?

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Archives / WD Media
« on: August 28, 2011, 04:46:57 PM »
Can I please have the ability to add to the Media section?

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Edit by PierreP 2013-01-09: If you are running whited00r 6 you can also use the new simple setup Tool to speed up your device: whited00r 6 Tutorial - Post Installation - Includes Terminal > setup tool info for enabling or disabling whited00r 6 features and preventing some Daemons from loading up on startup.
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I myself am using a first generation iPhone for the past 3 years. I understand how frustating it is when games start lagging on your iDevice or when the device crashes and reboots itself when it can’t process a heavy application because of the hardware limitations that it has. That being said, there is a remedy to your frustration. You can do these steps to speed up your iOS device significantly.

Disclaimer: We do not take any responsibility for any damage that you may do to your iOS device as a result of this tutorial. Proceed at your own risk.

What you will need
Jailbroken iDevice
SSH client (Cyberduck for Mac & PuTTY for Windows)

WARNING!!
PLEASE BACKUP ALL FILES TO BE DELETED!!

Simple Steps


 
Perform a hard Reset on your iDevice. Hard Resets clear your cache and ram. Can also fix some buggy stuff. Do this by holding sleep and home button for 10 seconds. Some users have reported doing it more than twice helps.
    Turn off Spotlight. This is a app that lets you basically search for something in your contacts, apps, mail, etc. It indexes files for faster access, which can reduce battery life and performance. In 3rd gen or above its in Settings > General > Spotlight search. 1st/2nd gen Settings > General > Home button. Uncheck all of them. Unless you use spotlight, uncheck the ones you dont use.
    Delete unnecessary things. Empty out your mail(delete read msgs , sent mail, spam, trash, etc), messages, phone recents and voice-mails, Weather cities, stock entries(ones you do not need/use), safari bookmarks, photos, statistics, and apps you never use. All of these are loaded onto start-up, the less there are the faster your iDevice boots up, and slightly faster general use.
    Clear history, cache, and delete opened web-pages in Safari. When you do this, safari becomes faster/more usable with less need to reload webpages because of more available ram.
    Reboot your iDevice at-least every two days, preferably once a day. This helps the iOS stay maintained.
    If your device has multitasking, delete them by double clicking the home and press the – button. You should do this everyday, before you got to sleep. These are kept in Ram, which can slow your iDevice down.
    Reset all settings. This clears several things from cache.
    Restore your iDevice to factory firmware.


Advanced Tweaking (Jailbroken Devices ONLY!)


I will show you how to remove unnecessary things that can noticably improve your performance, have less RAM usage, and also free up a bit of storage space. Remove unnecessary language packs. Here is a script that will remove all of the languages except for english, if you need another language just ask.You need to open up terminal (OSX App)and type ssh [email protected](your ip address) password “alpine” then copy and paste this script and hit enter

Note: Window users will need to use the terminal built in PuTTY ssh app. Mac users use built in terminal app included in OSX.

    find / -type d \

    -name “*.lproj” -not -iname “en*.lproj” \

    -exec /bin/rm -vrf ‘{}’ \;

Example if you dont want to remove other languages, This one doesnt remove english, german, and spanish

    find / -type d \

    -name “*.lproj” -not -iname “en*.lproj” \

    -not -iname “ge*.lproj” -not -iname “es*.lproj” \

    -exec /bin/rm -vrf ‘{}’ \;

Removing language files can free up space, speedup application launch times, and allow faster bootup. Removing unecessary Launch Daemons. Launch daemons are basically system processes or services just like OSX or windows. These take up CPU cycles and RAM. You can find these in \System\Library\LaunchDaemons\. If in doubt, make a backup by dragging the Plist file to your desktop before you delete it. Most of the credit goes to “jdys_1991? from modmyi.forums, I have updated it for iOS 4 though.
Safe Daemons – These can be deleted by any user, with no adverse effects on their device.

com.apple.DumpPanic.plist – Dumps crashes for evaluation by Apple.

com.apple.ReportCrash.(Different Things).plist – There are 5 of these daemons, and they collect data about what caused a crash, what programs were running at the time, etc.

com.apple.CrashHouseKeeping.plist – Also deals with crashes.

com.apple.aslmanager.plist – This daemon manages system logs.

com.apple.syslogd.plist – Logs system events.

com.apple.powerlog.plist – This is used to monitor any incompatibilities with 3rd party chargers.

com.apple.stackshot.server.plist – This daemon’s function is currently unknown, but removing it has no adverse effects on one’s device. Some more information can be found here, although the page is quite technical and isn’t very useful to an end-user.

com.apple.tcpdump.server.plist – This daemon is apparently used to dump traffic on a network (Source), but I don’t know what that means, exactly. Removing this daemon has no adverse effects on one’s device.

com.apple.iqagent.plist – This daemon’s function is currently unknown, but removing it has no adverse effects on one’s device.

com.apple.mobile.profile_janitor.plist – This daemon’s function is currently unknown, but removing it has no adverse effects on one’s device.

com.apple.chud.chum.plist – This daemon is thought to relate to Apple’s CHUD (Computer Hardware Understanding Developer) tools. Removing this daemon will have no adverse effects on your device, unless you are a developer.

com.apple.chud.pilotfish.plist – This daemon is also thought to relate to Apple’s CHUD tools. Removing this daemon will have no adverse effects on your device, unless you are a developer.
Conditional Daemons – These daemons can be disabled by certain users who have no need for some features of their device.

com.apple.AddressBook.plist – If removed, Contacts in the Phone application will load slightly slower. Disable this if you don’t care about that.

com.apple.accessoryd.plist – If removed, disables accessories like FM radio transmitters, iPhone docks, and AV cables. Accessories will be able to charge your device, but that is all they will be able to do. Remove this if you don’t use any of these accessories.

com.apple.apsd.plist – If removed, Push Notifications will no longer work. Disable this if you don’t use Push Notifications.

com.apple.dataaccess.dataaccessd.plist – If removed, contacts will no longer sync via Exchange or Google Sync. Disable this if you don’t use those services.

com.apple.datamigrator.plist – Used to transfer contacts from SIM card to phone. iPod touch users can delete this.

com.apple.racoon.plist – Used for Virtual Private Networks. Disable this daemon if you do not use any VPNs.

com.apple.MobileInternetSharing.plist – Used for Internet Tethering. Disable this if you have an iPod touch or if you aren’t interested in tethering.

com.apple.aggregated.plist – It is believed that this performs some function related to Audio-In. If you have an iPod touch and do not intend to use Audio-In, disable this. iPhone users should leave this alone.

com.apple.AOSNotification.plist – This daemon deals with MobileMe syncing. If you do not use the MobileMe service, you can disable this.

com.apple.AdminLite.plist – This daemon tries to return control of your device to you if it thinks that you are waiting for a lengthly process to respond. It does this by force-quitting the process, so if you’re tired of your apps crashing and you would rather wait a few seconds for them to finish what they’re doing, disable this daemon.

iPod Touch users can safely delete these, BUT make sure Facetime is disabled in Settings or you will get random reboots. iPad users i presume work the same way. iPHONE USERS LEAVE THESE ALONE.

*com.apple.CommCenter.plist (Note, if you delete this you will have “searching” replace the iPod name.)

*com.apple.CommCenterMobileHelper.plist

*com.apple.CommCenterRootHelper.plist

iPod/iPad users can safely delete these as long as Location services are disabled. iPhone users leave these alone.

*com.apple.livetrace.plist

*com.apple.locate.plist

*com.apple.locationd.plist

** com.apple.sharktrace.plist – I belive this also deals with Location services, Not sure about it but presumably iPod users can safely delete it (I would leave alone just in case) Note; i have disabled this on a iPT4 with no ill effects.

*com.apple.mobileinternetsharing – iPod users can safely delete this, iPhone/iPad users that tether Leave alone, otherwise you can delete.

*com.apple.usbethernetsharing.plist – See above

*com.apple.scrod.plist – Voice services, such as Voice Memo, Braille, etc. Can safely delete if you dont use them.

*com.apple.voiced.plist – See above

*com.apple.VoiceOverTouch.plist – See above

*com.apple.search.appindexer.plist – Spotlights App indexing, if you do not use it, and have done step 2 from way above, you can disable it

*com.apple.searchd.plist – Spotlights Search function

*com.apple.printd – Allows Devices to Print over wifi network, if you do not do this, you can delete it

Believed that these can be deleted safely as long as you do not use Airplay, I highly doubt this will harm your device if you dont use AirPlay.

**com.apple.mediacontrold.plist

**com.apple.mediaremoted.plist

**com.apple.mediaserverd.plist
Leave-Alone Daemons – These daemons are crucial to the operation of your device and should not be modified in any way.

com.apple.mobile.Lockdown.plist – Deals with SIM authorization and other important things.

com.apple.fairplayd.plist – This checks the DRM on your legitimately-acquired music and apps.

com.apple.installd.plist – Deals with app installation

com.apple.BTServer.plist – If this daemon is disabled, your device will become extremely slow and unresponsive.

com.apple.configd+pm.plist – Deals with system configuration.

com.apple.configd-pm.plist – Also deals with system configuration.

com.apple.gmmd.plist – A debugging service for your device.

com.apple.mDNSResponder.plist – DNS. Disable this, and your Internet is completely gone.

com.apple.CommCenter.plist – Deals with making/receiving calls, etc.

com.apple.locationd.plist – Deals with GPS and location.

com.apple.mediaserverd.plist – Plays your music and videos.

com.apple.graphicsservices.sample.plist – Displays album artwork.

com.apple.usbptpd.plist – Allows your device to connect to your computer and charge.

If there are some not listed in the Above Launch Daemons, Leave them alone. Advanced users can try and delete them and report back of their findings.

3.) Removing Unnecessary Applications, folders, plists, files, etc ( safe to delete) ( IF you use any of these, leave alone! i.e Voice over.)

/System/Library/AccessibilityBundles/SportsTrainerFramework.axbundle – Delete if you do not use Nike App

/System/Library/AccessibilityBundles/Nike.axbundle – See above

/System/Library/CoreServices/VoiceOverTouch.app – Delete only if you do not use Braille or VoiceOver.

/System/Library/PreferenceBundles/AccessibilitySettings.bundle – Delete Voice Over and Braille plists ONLY.

/System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/Keyboard- .plists – Delete every language except yours and the Default Keyboard plist. (EN =English)

/System/Library/LinguisticData – Remove all except your language. Leave (EN)

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/PhotoBoothEffects.framework – iPhone/iPods do not have this( ipad users leave alone) also note, it can probably be enabled for the camera app

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/ScreenReaderBrailleDriver.framework – Delete these if you do not use Braille

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/ScreenReaderCore.framework

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/ScreenReaderOutput.framework

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/ScreenReaderOutputServer.framework

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/SportsTrainer.framework – Delete these if you do not use the Nike App

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/SportsVoices.framework

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/SportsWorkout.framework

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/VoiceServices – Delete if you do not use Voice over touch, also there are language files in TSS folder that you can remove

/System/Library/RegionFeatures/ – 2 text files you can delete, just not the one corresponding to your device.

/System/Library/ScreenReader – Delete if you do not use Braille

/System/Library/SpringBoardPlugins – Delete the Plug-ins that you do not use, IE Nike

/System/Library/TextInput/ – Delete all the unneccessary language files for the keyboard except your language.

/Library/Wallpaper/iPhone – Add/remove the default wallpapers

/Applications/Nike.app – Nike App

/Applications/MobileSafari.app – Delete All of the Staticlanguage bookmark plists except your language,- AMI.E. StaticBookmark-EN-US, leave StaticBookmark – AM alone

/Library/Dictionaries – 3 Japanese Dictionaries that you can remove.

/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/AirTunesHAL.pdev – You can remove this if you do not use AirPlay.

/Library/Ringtones – You can add/remove any ringtones you do not need.

/System/Library/AccessibilityBundles/AccessibilitySettingsLoader.bundle/KeyboardToLanguage.plist – Edit with TextWrangler or similiar and remove languages you do not use. Leave US alone
iPhone only

/System/Library/Carrier Bundles/iPhone – You can delete all of the carriers folders, NOT the Carrier you are using! Leave number Folders alone!
iPod Touch And iPad

/System/Library/AccessibilityBundles/ChatKitFramework.axbundle – Text messaging.

/System/Library/AccessibilityBundles/Compass.axbundle – Compass app, ipods do not have this

/System/Library/AccessibilityBundles/DataActivation.axbundle – iPod touch users do not have to activate a data plan ( iPAD leave alone)

/System/Library/AccessibilityBundles/MobileSMS.axbundle – SMS app

/System/Library/PreferenceBundles/EDGESettings.bundle – iPod/iPads do not have an Edge/2G network

/System/Library/PreferenceBundles/MobileDataSettings.bundle – iPod users can delete this/ 3G ipad users leave alone

/System/Library/PreferenceBundles/CarrierSettings.bundle – iPad 3G users leave alone

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/ChatKit.framework – SMS App

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/SMSCTServer.framework – Can safely delete this, SMS

/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/VisualVoicemail.framework – iPhone voicemaol, can delete safely

/System/Library/VoiceServices/PlugIns/VoiceDial.vsplugin – iPod/iPad users cant voice call anyone

/Applications/MobileSMS.app – SMS App

/Applications/Compass.app – Not in iPod/iPad

Tutorial created by iTDx




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Archives / Tips to keep your iDevice running fast & smooth
« on: August 26, 2011, 01:14:36 PM »
Hey guys,

I found this website, and tried out his tips. The creator of this guide is using an iPhone 2g and it was written on May 28th 2011 so it's fairly new. It made my iPhone 2g faster.

Try it out.

Thanks,
iTDx

Link: http://techdeville.com/2011/05/28/how-to-significantly-speed-up-your-jailbroken-ios-device/

Thanks realblack :p

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Archives / Random iCon Flip & PagePusher
« on: August 24, 2011, 04:53:09 PM »
Anyone get these tweaks working on iOS3?

If not can someone make a tweak which does the same but for iOS3.

Thanks,
iTDx

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Archives / Tweaks that you jailbreak for
« on: August 22, 2011, 12:46:03 PM »
I would jailbreak for,

Lockinfo
AndroidLockXT
SbSettings
Barrel

What do you jailbreak for?

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