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Can anyone help me out here? I wanna deactivate the SSH I originally installed through the natetrue batch file, so that I can install open SSH and use the toggle
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    Default How do I deactivate SSH (the old batch-file installed one)
    Can anyone help me out here? I wanna deactivate the SSH I originally installed through the natetrue batch file, so that I can install open SSH and use the toggle switch in the Services app.


    Anyone know what files I need to remove or how to do it?


    Thx

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    Default If you have UICtl installed...
    If you just want to deactivate and no uninstall try UICtl and do an "unlaunch -w" of au.asn.acc.matt.dropbear assuming its in you list
    BUT read about UICtl before using as misuse can require a full restore and possibly even brick you phone. Also you may need to restart your phone after the unload -w, while this should not be the case for some reason I had to do this...little wierd

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    he said the old one which is started from dropbear.sh in /etc/init.d so the answer is delete that

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