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    i have navizone and i am gonna uninstall it anyways. Locate me is better.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FrostiPhone View Post
    Yeh Im on 1.1.3 and my battery drains completley in less than 24 hours now and I dont even use it much at all!!! I thought it was the wifi that wasnt disconnecting automatically in sleep mode but i dont think that is the problem. Im stumped...I have SSH turned off....Must be something wrong with 1.1.3 and 1.1.4??? Damnit im sick of charging my battery and wondering if it will last through the day.....
    Thanks man you saved me!

    My 1.0.2 otb was working good as battery life was good, but one day my iPhone went of quickly: last time I checked battery status was almost half!
    I couldn't figure out where the problems came from, then I decided to restore and upgrade to 1.1.4 with iLibertyX; I supposed this could help.
    The upgrade went well, I reinstalled all my apps, of course Navizon too, but battery life was still bad as before (max 1 day with very moderate use).
    I read a lot of post here and in MMI forum, but without found a solution, then I found one guy saying Summerboard drain battery, so I removed SB and battery life went a little better, but still very far from its good status.
    Yesterday I found this post and immediately removed Navizon: my battery life went back!

    Thanks again man!

    P.S. Where may I find a old version of Navizon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by henry View Post
    Thanks man you saved me!

    My 1.0.2 otb was working good as battery life was good, but one day my iPhone went of quickly: last time I checked battery status was almost half!
    I couldn't figure out where the problems came from, then I decided to restore and upgrade to 1.1.4 with iLibertyX; I supposed this could help.
    The upgrade went well, I reinstalled all my apps, of course Navizon too, but battery life was still bad as before (max 1 day with very moderate use).
    I read a lot of post here and in MMI forum, but without found a solution, then I found one guy saying Summerboard drain battery, so I removed SB and battery life went a little better, but still very far from its good status.
    Yesterday I found this post and immediately removed Navizon: my battery life went back!

    Thanks again man!

    P.S. Where may I find a old version of Navizon?

    There are websites like iAppCat.com
    where you can create your own personalised repo. There you can add the particular version to the repo and install it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashsayani View Post
    There are websites like iAppCat.com
    where you can create your own personalised repo. There you can add the particular version to the repo and install it.
    I went on iappcat.com but there is only the new version 2.0.2

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    when you go to 114 and unlock it via ziphone it install OPENSSH

    on 114 there is no way to disable SSH, meaning SSH runs all the time and this is the biggest battery drainer

    so if you dont need to SSH into fone, simply uninstall openssh

    when u do want to ssh into your fone again, simply install openssh via installer.

    this will save u battery.


    on 114 there is no way to completely disable SSH, even with apps like services. SSH just renables itself. they are not 114 compatible yet


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    Bossprefs has option to turn SSH off, I done that then tried to login and could not, so that seems permanent.

    I had verizon 2.0.2, have installed and SSH always used to be running, did not realize it drained battery, so turned this off now.

    Question for the guys who have been able to get 2 days out of the iphone battery, do you have edge, wifi and bluetooth on all the time, or are you turning them on and off as needed?

    Thanks.

    PS - iappcat, thanks a ton, nice way to keep a list of your apps, especially when someone else wants to setup like yours :-)

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    It happens...

    After turning on SSH, reboot the iPhone!!!



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    Not sure if those comments where from my post and what they related too

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    hi everyone where would i find navizon on my iphone to uninstall it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ma3154 View Post
    hi everyone where would i find navizon on my iphone to uninstall it
    Dude, there is ann app called Installer, goto Uninstall item button at bottom of screen. Or use the old SSH (SFTP) through Cyberduck.
    ~root/Applications/Navizop.app






    <======= THUMBS UP PLEASE
    My iPhone
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    My Mac mini
    2.0 GHz Dual core, 2GB RAM, 160 GB HDD, Leopard 10.5.8

    My MacBook
    2.0 GHz Dual core, 4 GB RAM, 160 GB HDD, SnowLeopard 10.6.4

    My Blogs:
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    The iFone Blog: http://theifoneblog.blogspot.com


 

 
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