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So I upgraded both my iPhone 4S and iPad 3 both from 5.1.1 to 6.1 a few days before the jailbreak release and then proceeded to jailbreak them on the
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    Default Problems After evasi0n Jailbreak.
    So I upgraded both my iPhone 4S and iPad 3 both from 5.1.1 to 6.1 a few days before the jailbreak release and then proceeded to jailbreak them on the evasi0n release day both via a DFU restore.

    However, a few days after I managed to download a few of my favourite Cydia apps, I noticed that my iPhone was suffering from a memory leak; I could have just three small applications in my switcher such as Messages, Facebook and Settings and SBsettings would display that I only had ~30MB of RAM available and when I would try to open another application such as my camera, the phone would crash and reboot. Additionally, my 3G internet speed is behaving strangely... my download speeds are atrocious and even worse whilst tethering (I'm with Three and we don't get throttled) although SpeedTest.net shows a download speed of 4 Mbps on the phone with 1 Mbps whilst tethering (both with a ping of 90ms)... the 4 Mbps seems much higher than it's supposed to be whilst the 1 Mbps seems more accurate and what I was receiving prior to the upgrade/jailbreak; however, I'm certainly not receiving these speeds in reality.

    So I'm wondering whether something may have went wrong during the upgrade or the jailbreak to cause this or maybe a faulty Cydia app? I've waited until now incase there were any app updates that would fix the issue but unfortunately there hasn't been other than iOS updates which I've avoided.

    I can't really say whether the issues began after the upgrade, jailbreak or cydia app installations because I didn't really use it between upgrading and being able to install the Cydia apps.

    Another factor that maybe involved is that I'm a UK citizen and Three are currently preparing their networks for their 4G roll-out so that may be causing my speed problems but doesn't explain my memory leak.

    I'm wondering whether I should wait to see if Apple release a future iOS update that's jailbreak-able or to restore :/

    Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

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    What Cydia tweaks do you have installed? One of those, more than likely, is the cause of our memory leak. Are all your tweaks fully up-to-date?

    As for the network speeds, I think that Three having some hiccups with consistent throughput (and therefore tethering) is probably the most likely answer... though there may be a tweak that negatively interacts with UMTS speeds, I don't think this is the case.

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    I'm having a similar issue. My memory always seems to be 75% used. That seems high to me. That's with no apps running in the background. These are the tweaks I have installed:

    AdBlocker - 1.51-1
    AdBlockerNetworks - 1.0
    AppInfo - 1.5
    AppList - 1.5.3
    APR (/usr/lib) - 1.3.3-2
    APT 0.6 Transitional - 1:0-23
    APT 0.7 (apt-key) - 0.7.25.3-3
    APT 0.7 HTTPS Method - 0.7.25.3-3
    APT 0.7 Strict - 0.7.25.3-6
    APT 0.7 Strict (lib) - 0.7.25.3-10p
    Auxo Beta - 1.4-272
    Base Structure - 1-4
    Berkeley DB - 4.6.21-4p
    BigBoss Icon Set - 1.0
    biteSMS - 7.4
    Bourne-Again SHell - 4.0.17-13
    bzip2 - 1.0.5-7
    CallBar - 2.3-126
    ColoredKnob - 1.3-1
    Core Utilities - 8.12-12p
    Core Utilities (/bin) - 8.12-7p
    cURL - 7.25.0-7p
    Cydia Installer - 1.1.8
    Cydia Translations - 1.1.0
    Darwin Tools - 1-4
    Debian Packager - 1.14.25-9
    Debian Utilities - 3.3.3ubuntu1-1p
    Diff Utilities - 2.8.1-6
    evasi0n 6.0-6.1.2 Untether - 0.4-1
    Find Utilities - 4.2.33-6
    Forecast - 2.2.0-1
    Gawk - 3.1.6-2p
    GNU Privacy Guard - 1.4.8-4
    gzip - 1.3.12-6
    iCleaner - 6.3.0
    iOS Firmware - 6.1.1
    iPhone Firmware (/sbin) - 0-1
    LZMA Utils - 4.32.7-4
    Make Gmail as default - 1.0-1
    Mobile Substrate - 0.9.4001
    New Curses - 5.7-12
    Nitrous - 2.0-1
    OpenSSL - 0.9.8k-9
    PAM (Apple) - 32.1-3
    PAM Modules - 36.1-4
    pcre - 8.30-5p
    Phantom - 1.1.3-1
    PreferenceLoader - 2.2.0-1
    Profile Directory - 0-2
    ProTube Extension for YouTube - 1.1.4
    readline - 6.0-7
    shell-cmds - 118-6
    Springtomize 2 - iOS 5 & 6 - 1.4.5-1
    Springtomize2-Icons - 1.0-1
    Springtomize2-Localizations - 1.0.1
    SwipeSelection - 1.3.2-1
    system-cmds - 433.4-12
    Tape Archive - 1.19-8
    Torch - 1.4
    UIKit Tools - 1.1.7
    WeePreferenceLoader - 1.0-1

    Do we have any in common?
    Last edited by MCleveland89; 03-22-2013 at 08:32 PM.

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    Wow that's alot of tweaks

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    Most of them are dependencies. I hate installing an app and seeing it install 5 other things. -_-

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    Lol same with ya bro.

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