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    I was fooling with TouchPad Pro, trying to connect to my home network... It locked up, I did a hard reset and now everything is EXTREMELY slow, it looks as if my contacts are gone (or something, they aren't showing) and every time I click on an app it takes about 15 seconds and foreverrr to back out. I hope I don't have to restore because I have been doing so much with it recently, if anyone can help, I can SSH into the phone

    Could it be a corrupted file from TouchPad???

    EDIT - I just got an error when I tried to sync...

    iTunes could not sync contacts to the iPhone because an error occured remapping record identifiers
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    Quote Originally Posted by iHack View Post
    I was fooling with TouchPad Pro, trying to connect to my home network... It locked up, I did a hard reset and now everything is EXTREMELY slow, it looks as if my contacts are gone (or something, they aren't showing) and every time I click on an app it takes about 15 seconds and foreverrr to back out. I hope I don't have to restore because I have been doing so much with it recently, if anyone can help, I can SSH into the phone

    Could it be a corrupted file from TouchPad???

    EDIT - I just got an error when I tried to sync...
    Did you try top via ssh connection. maybe you get an idea whats eating up all the power of your iPhone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Did you try top via ssh connection. maybe you get an idea whats eating up all the power of your iPhone.

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    I don't quite understand...

    I noticed when I try to click "Phone" (mobilephone), I crash everytime...

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    Quote Originally Posted by iHack View Post
    I don't quite understand...

    I noticed when I try to click "Phone" (mobilephone), I crash everytime...
    You said you can SSH into the iPhone. You probably have BSD Subsystem installed aswell.

    Wi-Fi has to be on, start Terminal (on Mac) or Putty (on Windows) and type and hit return

    ssh -l root 192.168.1.230

    replace 192.168.1.230 with the IP of your iPhone. You have to typ in the root password then, if you did not chenge it, it would be alpine

    then type

    top

    and hit return. You will see a listing of all processes with CPU and memory usage. top is shortform of "Table Of Processes". This might show processes that eat up the power of your iPhone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    You said you can SSH into the iPhone. You probably have BSD Subsystem installed aswell.

    Wi-Fi has to be on, start Terminal (on Mac) or Putty (on Windows) and type and hit return

    ssh -l root 192.168.1.230

    replace 192.168.1.230 with the IP of your iPhone. You have to typ in the root password then, if you did not chenge it, it would be alpine

    then type

    top

    and hit return. You will see a listing of all processes with CPU and memory usage. top is shortform of "Table Of Processes". This might show processes that eat up the power of your iPhone.
    For some reason now when I try to SSH, it restarts... I don't know what the hell I did when I fooled with TouchPad but it really ****** up my phone. I am just going to put it in DFU and restore...

    *Phone also got EXTREMELY hot... got me worried...


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    Quote Originally Posted by iHack View Post
    For some reason now when I try to SSH, it restarts... I don't know what the hell I did when I fooled with TouchPad but it really ****** up my phone. I am just going to put it in DFU and restore...

    *Phone also got EXTREMELY hot... got me worried...
    I know, thats bad for you. But I would go this way, think there is no way out and some stuff really ...ked up.

    Keep my fingers crossed

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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    I know, thats bad for you. But I would go this way, think there is no way out and some stuff really ...ked up.

    Keep my fingers crossed

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    The restore went smooth, everything seems to be back to normal, now I just have to re-download everything ... While were on the topic, is there something that I can back-up EVERYTHING with? (Apps and all...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by iHack View Post
    The restore went smooth, everything seems to be back to normal, now I just have to re-download everything ... While were on the topic, is there something that I can back-up EVERYTHING with? (Apps and all...)
    Sorry, I have been out for dinner, its midnight here.

    I am not aware of a solution to get everything backed up properly. We all would love to see this one day. Like the other way round pwnage is working -> make a working backup of the complete firmware including all ;-)

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