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    Maybe this would help Battery problem:
    Found on another forum:
    SSHed in their iPhone and moved the APSD file from start up in: /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.apsd.plist

    The person moved it into a dummy file somewhere else.. and reset the iPhone (iphone still worked).
    Gort! Klaatu barada nikto!
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    It worked for me. I am with T-mobile and used the same carrier.plist as I did with 3.0.

    Thank You, this is great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiterat View Post
    Hi Guys,

    Sorry for not getting back sooner.

    Having just finished 18 hour day I have now run out of time to upgrade my own phone! again!

    The two main points (besides people being spoons) seem to be:

    1. Settings not sticking
    2. Battery life

    Under 3.0 I did not notice much of a battery loss (but to be fair I charge my 2G every day as it gets so much hammer) but I did notice settings not always saving.

    The battery life issue will need a lot more investigation as the patches to CommCenter should have in no way affected this (unless the nature of MMS functionality is just to wait for a message and since 3g/3gs users know no different then there wont be much I can do) as for the settings, Im pretty sure I know where this is in CommCenter that does the dirty work and can look soon.

    I am going to tidy up the patch a bit more too (already replaced geniusan's string patches for patching conditional branches but would like to trace further up the functions and see where the registers are set for those brances) and if I get time whilst poking, also have a peek at tethering for the 2G (as useless as it would be).

    I don't mind this going to Cydia if anyone wants to put it there, just please put beta in the title and make sure it can ONLY be installed on 3.1.2 (I appreciate it may seem to work on other builds, but I do not want to be associated with badly working patches).

    I also have a 2 byte patch for installd as I didn't like the idea of using installd from 3.1.0.

    AND FINALLY - can people please stop PM'ing me with stupid questions, its getting rather annoying now, please just post your problem in this thread and those with more time/patience can help you.
    This is my 2c on this battery issue:

    I also fail to see why a change in CommCenter can cause extra battery drain. But MMS means more data transfer and if people use it, it will indeed use more battery. Since under 2G the transfer is "slower", then the connection time for the MMS is longer, thus it poses an extra strain on the battery.

    This may be one of the reasons why Apple states that it does not work....

    On the other hand, I do not consider tethering with E-GPRS (aka EDGE) useless. I myself have tethered under GPRS, and in the absence of something faster, anything will do. I'm also poking around with IDA looking for a way to enable tethering for 2G devices.

    Another simple "single byte" (actually just a nibble) patch is for the IAP Daemon (iapd) to prevent the "Device not supported" message/warning, when connecting to non-sanctioned devices (mostly audio speakers or cars). For the 2G/3G, change 0x1A -> 0xEA @0xE223 (file offset). The resulting 2G/3G file will also work under 3GS, but I will have a 3GS specific patch tomorrow (the code is rather different there).

    I would like to see the 2 byte installd (PM)

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    So what's the you hxxp://you-can-guesswhere website I know there is no link but if yo ucan like misspell and don't add the hXXt stuff like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    This is my 2c on this battery issue:

    I also fail to see why a change in CommCenter can cause extra battery drain. But MMS means more data transfer and if people use it, it will indeed use more battery. Since under 2G the transfer is "slower", then the connection time for the MMS is longer, thus it poses an extra strain on the battery.
    Why doesn't SwirlyMMS cause extra battery drain under 2G that its transfer is still 'slower'?


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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    ....... The resulting 2G/3G file will also work under 3GS, but I will have a 3GS specific patch tomorrow (the code is rather different there).

    I would like to see the 2 byte installd (PM)
    Thanks Aviegas .
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    Default Works for me!

    T-Mobile Flexpay w/data plan, running 3.1.2.

    Updated CommCenter binary and M68AP.plist (scp'd to Mac, edited with TextWrangler, scp back to iPhone) then rebooted. Don't forget to chmod 755 CommCenter.

    For clarification, the MMS key should look like this:

    Code:
    		<key>mms</key>
    		<true/>
    In my case, I didn't have to add the AllowEDGEEditing keys. I'm using the T-Mobile profile from Cydia as well.

    And thanks so much for the 'com.apple.apsd.plist' removal tip. I don't use Push, so hopefully this will end the battery drain.

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    Default where to source the hack

    please help the web address in sorcing the hack file please, pls mail link to my id ; mdanjum30@gmail.com

    thganks in advance

    regards
    Anjum

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanzhou View Post
    Why doesn't SwirlyMMS cause extra battery drain under 2G that its transfer is still 'slower'?
    Technically there is no reason for it to drain the battery, as MMS relies on SMS for new messages notifications and on the underlying data (IP) network for sending and receiving the contents.

    I have no statistical data of the alleged battery drainage, so I cannot use specific numbers. It may be even that people start using MMS, that imposes an expected extra drain even with SwirlyMMS, and then "blame" the patch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    Technically there is no reason for it to drain the battery, as MMS relies on SMS for new messages notifications and on the underlying data (IP) network for sending and receiving the contents.

    I have no statistical data of the alleged battery drainage, so I cannot use specific numbers. It may be even that people start using MMS, that imposes an expected extra drain even with SwirlyMMS, and then "blame" the patch.
    It IS the patch. Since I installed the patch I only send 1 MMS. Yesterday I charged the phone completely. When I went to sleep it was at 94%. This morning when I woke up, 61%.

    Without the patch the battery drains only 5% over night. Now more than 30%.

    I had the same problem with the MMS patch for 3.0. After I restored the original CommCenter the problem disappeared.

    I'm 100% sure it is the patch.

    I know MMS is pure software. It has nothing to do with the hardware. Maybe CommCenter changes something to Push. I have a hacktivated iPhone 2G, so push doesn't work & also drains the battery when I turn it on.
    Last edited by kdhoe; 10-20-2009 at 12:44 PM.


 

 

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