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  • 'N Stats' is a Nicely-done Notification Center Widget for Monitoring Your Device


    For those that like to constantly have information about their iOS devices at hand, there is a new Notification Center add-on available in Cydia right now for free called N Stats for NotificationCenter by iOS developer Yandong Wang.

    Shown above, the add-on gives the user three different system readings – the amount of memory that is free, the amount of storage that is free, and the current download and upload speed of the network the device is connected to when the device is in the middle of transferring data. The download and upload speed indicator will dynamically switch between Bytes, Kilobytes, and Megabytes as needed.

    The widget is very simplistic, but at the same time it looks great. For those always trying to keep an eye on their memory, N Stats is a beautiful way to do it. The widget is color-coded, and hardly takes up any room in Notification Center.

    The widget can easily be enabled or disabled at any time by simply dragging it in and out of Notification Center via the Notifications preferences pane in the Settings application:



    Those interested in giving N Stats for NotificationCenter a try will find it at no cost in Cydia’s BigBoss repository. Don’t forget to enable it in the Notifications preferences pane before looking in Notification Center!

    Name: N Stats for NotificationCenter
    Price: FREE
    Version: 1.0.0
    Requirements: iOS 5+
    Repo: BigBoss
    Developer: Yandong Wang
    Editor's Rating:  4/5
    This article was originally published in forum thread: 'N Stats' is a Nicely-done Notification Center Widget for Monitoring Your Device started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 18 Comments
    1. zplit's Avatar
      zplit -
      I was about to send u a private about this tweak lol. Very nice tweak
    1. pakitos's Avatar
      pakitos -
      Now, to get completely rid of SBSettings(since its a memory hog) what do you guys use to "view process"?
    1. meatholes's Avatar
      meatholes -
      Can anyone tell me why the amount of free ram varies between ncRAM, Intelliscreen x, sbssettings, & N Stats? Which one is more accurate and why?
    1. Wantedx9's Avatar
      Wantedx9 -
      Okay, so I downloaded this from cydia without any problems. I respring. NOW EVERY SINGLE OF THE APPS I DOWNLOADED DISAPPEARED, except for two which is weird. Even weirder is that they are still on my phone, as I go to the AppStore it says "open" instead of install -.- Anyone had this problem and/ or have any idea how to fix this???
    1. 1Hero's Avatar
      1Hero -
      Finally needed something that will show my ram.

      It would be amazing if we could free ram by clicking the ram and view how much space are used by clicking memory (photos, apps, music, etc).
    1. Scotty Manley Silberhorn's Avatar
      Scotty Manley Silberhorn -
      Quote Originally Posted by pakitos View Post
      Now, to get completely rid of SBSettings(since its a memory hog) what do you guys use to "view process"?
      Weird. I uninstalled sbsettings and I was using the same amount of ram as when it was installed. How is it a ram hog?
    1. pakitos's Avatar
      pakitos -
      Quote Originally Posted by Scotty Manley Silberhorn View Post
      Weird. I uninstalled sbsettings and I was using the same amount of ram as when it was installed. How is it a ram hog?
      According to some users, it ends being a ram hog since its not properly optimized and there havent been an update at all.

      Im not sure, the only thing I know is that with 5.1.1 I used to reach 358mb of free ram, now I hardly hit the 330 mark.

      Quote Originally Posted by meatholes View Post
      Can anyone tell me why the amount of free ram varies between ncRAM, Intelliscreen x, sbssettings, & N Stats? Which one is more accurate and why?
      N Stats seems very accurate comparing it with SBSettings, so far the variation is for no more than 2MB.
    1. limitzero's Avatar
      limitzero -
      Yeah I want to get rid of SbSettings too, only thing stopping me is the 'free memory' / 'view process' function, any tweaks which will free the ram / processes straight from the NC?
    1. Bloodwork's Avatar
      Bloodwork -
      I have 22GB free storage on my iPhone 4, but N Stats displays it as 0 Bytes, anyone having the same problem? I have tried rebooting, using power+home button, but it doesn't work.
    1. pakitos's Avatar
      pakitos -
      Quote Originally Posted by Bloodwork View Post
      I have 22GB free storage on my iPhone 4, but N Stats displays it as 0 Bytes, anyone having the same problem? I have tried rebooting, using power+home button, but it doesn't work.
      Uninstall it, hard reboot, install it again.
    1. Bloodwork's Avatar
      Bloodwork -
      Quote Originally Posted by pakitos View Post
      Uninstall it, hard reboot, install it again.
      It didn't work
    1. noraa's Avatar
      noraa -
      I barely use SBSettings anymore, this is just another tweak to add a nail in it's coffin. Biggest thing stopping me from getting rid of SBSettings though is it's ability to enable and disable mobile substrate plugins - that can be a g0d send for trouble shooting a buggy tweak. Anyone know of another app that can allow you to do that?
    1. meatholes's Avatar
      meatholes -
      Quote Originally Posted by pakitos View Post
      N Stats seems very accurate comparing it with SBSettings, so far the variation is for no more than 2MB.
      Thanks for taking the time to share your findings. I'm seeing a difference of up to 100mb when comparing to intelliscreenx and NCram. Can anyone enlighten me as to why there's such a difference?

      It's hard for me to trust any of these apps when the results vary by this much.
    1. pakitos's Avatar
      pakitos -
      Am I the only one getting a high battery drainage? I just wanted to check how much of the battery it will consume so I turned off 3G and went to Edge at 3am with 69% of battery and when I woke up at 10am and it had 59%. It might not be much but since it was on Edge, it should have been at 63% at least.

      With Edge I can hit a 4 day with a single charge. 10% in 7 hours seems quite a lot on Edge.
    1. anihum's Avatar
      anihum -
      I can't find it in cydia
    1. gonkowonko's Avatar
      gonkowonko -
      Quote Originally Posted by noraa View Post
      I barely use SBSettings anymore, this is just another tweak to add a nail in it's coffin. Biggest thing stopping me from getting rid of SBSettings though is it's ability to enable and disable mobile substrate plugins - that can be a g0d send for trouble shooting a buggy tweak. Anyone know of another app that can allow you to do that?
      Do it yourself using iFile, simply browse to /Library/MobileSubstrate/DynamicLibraries/ find the dylib file in question and then rename the extension of the mobile substrate from "dylib" to "disabled" i done it for libhide as it does my head in but lots of apps require it so i changed libhide.dylib to libhide.disabled and then resprung this is what sbsetting does but with a toggle. Just remember you have it disabled if you do any upgraded or uninstalls so put it back simply reverse the process
    1. ziri's Avatar
      ziri -
      Quote Originally Posted by 1Hero View Post
      It would be amazing if we could free ram by clicking the ram and view how much space are used by clicking memory (photos, apps, music, etc).
      Yeah... If the developer is reading this — please add this feature! The tweak is kind of useless without it... or at least it can never replace OmniStat (which looks very ugly but does the job :P)
    1. abadchris's Avatar
      abadchris -
      Quote Originally Posted by noraa View Post
      I barely use SBSettings anymore, this is just another tweak to add a nail in it's coffin. Biggest thing stopping me from getting rid of SBSettings though is it's ability to enable and disable mobile substrate plugins - that can be a g0d send for trouble shooting a buggy tweak. Anyone know of another app that can allow you to do that?
      iCleaner Pro allows you to enable/disable Mobile Substrate plugins. You have to add the following source to Cydia:

      Redirecting...

      It's the exact same as the iCleaner in Cydia (Big Boss Repo) without the advance features of iCleaner Pro.