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Originally Posted by leo94 I've got Ipod Touch 2G OS.3.0 I accidentely delete com.apple.apsd.plist can someone give a link for it?Please! the zip file i posted includes this file too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leo94 View Post
    I've got Ipod Touch 2G OS.3.0 I accidentely delete com.apple.apsd.plist can someone give a link for it?Please!
    the zip file i posted includes this file too.

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    Thnx!!!! =)

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    has any one found anything else we can delete to gain back memory and speed? For example, could I delete all of the carriers other than ATT if thats my carrier?
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    wow great mod!! thanks to everyone who had a hand in this mod

    i saw 72mb on a 3g after a respring holding strong around mid 50's low 60's

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    i take it this hack is only for 3.0? i had to do a full restore this afternoon and had to update to 3.1.2

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSG04lightning View Post
    i take it this hack is only for 3.0? i had to do a full restore this afternoon and had to update to 3.1.2
    Just did mine today on 3.1.2, no prob.

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    there it is i guess i was looking in the wrong folder.

    what free ram were you getting? i stayed around 36 free before i was up to 72max staying steady around low 50 to mid 40's
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    Default Help!
    Hey guys, I really need your help. I have an ipod touch 2g 8gb 3.1.2 and I tried the instructions fr deleting the unneeded launch daemons. here's what I did:

    I put the Lanchdaemons folder from my ipod to my desktop on my mac.
    I renamed the original on the ipod to the suggested Lang daemons orginal
    I deleted the daemons that we're recomended as unnessescary. (the file on the desktop)
    I didn't figure out how to change the permissions on the file on the desktop (the one I was working with)
    I rebooted my ipod (stupid)
    It won't go past the pinapple logo

    So basically I have the original Launch Daemon folder on my ipod but renamed"Launch daemon original"

    the ipod wont show up in my itunes, or disk utility! is there a way to go into it from terminal??
    Please help! TX

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelof View Post
    Hey guys, I really need your help. I have an ipod touch 2g 8gb 3.1.2 and I tried the instructions fr deleting the unneeded launch daemons. here's what I did:

    I put the Lanchdaemons folder from my ipod to my desktop on my mac.
    I renamed the original on the ipod to the suggested Lang daemons orginal
    I deleted the daemons that we're recomended as unnessescary. (the file on the desktop)
    I didn't figure out how to change the permissions on the file on the desktop (the one I was working with)
    I rebooted my ipod (stupid)
    It won't go past the pinapple logo

    So basically I have the original Launch Daemon folder on my ipod but renamed"Launch daemon original"

    the ipod wont show up in my itunes, or disk utility! is there a way to go into it from terminal??
    Please help! TX
    I think the only option at this point is to do a full restore.

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    Before you restore, try and see if you can ssh with the pinapple logo. It worked for me when I was messing around with these files and goofed.

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    All MobileSubstrate extensions disabled:


    All MSS extentions enabled and no Winterboard:


    Pretty stoked, I'd always hang around 42mb free after a memory clean with Winterboard (It was just a wallpaper and icons, but I've found layered theming takes a huge hit to the devices resources). I haven't tried deleting the language packs yet, last time I did that things went a bit iffy.
    Last edited by WaLLy3K; 10-26-2009 at 07:23 PM.

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    when you say mobilesubstrate disabled, do you mean installed buy disabled in sbsettings?

    What are MSS extensions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by duceduc View Post
    when you say mobilesubstrate disabled, do you mean installed buy disabled in sbsettings?

    What are MSS extensions?
    Yeah, disabled in SBSettings and MSS is me just being lazy, it's still the same thing.

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    Ah, got it. That is pretty good. how many mss do you have installed? I have 12 and i never gotten that high. 40 is the highest on a good day. no winterboard too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duceduc View Post
    Ah, got it. That is pretty good. how many mss do you have installed? I have 12 and i never gotten that high. 40 is the highest on a good day. no winterboard too.
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    Hi guys! I deleted all languange packs (except english) and unnecessary daemons. My available memory is 32MB. Is this god enough on an iphone 1G running 3.0.1?

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    Did you reboot the phone after removing the daemons, and freeing memory with sbsettings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicholasa View Post
    Did you reboot the phone after removing the daemons, and freeing memory with sbsettings?
    Yes I did reboot my phone. And I do have sbsettings.. but what do you mean by, 'freeing memory with sbsettings'? Is there a button that I can add to sbsettings that allows me to free up memory?
    Last edited by big black; 10-28-2009 at 02:34 PM.

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    Download sbsettings then open it and tap processes and at the bottom tap free memory and it will free memory.

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    The memory gain is fairly negligible, I now get about maybe 2-3MB more than I once did for a total of 60-61MB free under ideal conditions.

    However, what is unarguable is the speed boost. There's less crap bogging down the system, so everything runs FAST! You won't be able to background an obscene number of applications like the virtual memory hack, however you will be able to run what you once were able to much faster.

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