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    Default iphone really slow after jailbreak with winpwn
    since i upgraded my phone is really slow on opening and shutting apps
    my version now 2.0.1 (5b108)


    anything i can do

    cheers
    Last edited by samstone1968; 2008-09-13 at 10:43 AM. Reason: added

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    Green Apple saint431's Avatar
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    u have the option to update with a more stable vers. with 2.0.2, but you can go to 2.1 which is not jailbroken yet it fixes most issues and improves your phone immensely
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    A totally clean restore and jailbreak on 2.02 is quite good.

    What finally fixed my phone was to do this:

    Sync iphone

    go into settings and clear all data and settings

    Restore to stock 2.0.2

    Re-pwn using winpwn 2.5

    Set up as NEW iphone.

    Resync but - do not sync appstore apps yet

    Install Open SSH

    Reboot

    If you do not customize your theme skip the parts on Winterboard and Customize

    Install Customize if you use it

    Install Winterboard if yo use it.

    reboot

    Install your themes and customizations and apply what you like

    reboot

    Now if you had or want app store apps, you may begin to sync them only a few (3 or 4 at a time)

    Be Patient. Wait for the little spinning wheel logo in the status bar to stop and disappear before doing anything else. Think of this like a slow Windows computer when you have too many windows open, it will eventually freeze up forcing a hard reboot. The iPhone appears to be similar, only in my experience if you need to hard reboot in the middle of an installation, often it causes enough system corruption to make things laggy or others not work.

    If you dont want to jailbreak, I'd try the new 2.1. yes I know jailbreak is available but it is always wise to wait until the bugs are out.

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    when I first owned mine it was reaaaalllyyy slow too. But I simply rebootex and it fixed it. Lol

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