iOS 4.0 Battery issue after jb

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  1. Indestructible

    Indestructible Banned

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    [Solved] Battery issue after jb (Not really)

    I have my ipt jb and the following processes running:

    Mobile User's Processes
    -mediaserverd
    -accessoryd
    -SpringBoard
    -ptpd
    -afcd
    -notification_pro
    -BTServer
    -apsd
    -lsd
    -dataaccessd


    Which of these processes is sucking the battery out of my ipod. I don't even see a 3 day battery life anymore. Now I see a 18 hour battery life (at best).

    Thanks in advance,
    S.J.
  2. electroblaze

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    that is strange..i see about 2 days with moderate use at least..the only thing i do not have is Notifications Pro..
  3. Indestructible

    Indestructible Banned

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    I just see that process when I charge my ipod.

    without it charging, my processes are as follows:
    -mediaserverd
    -accessoryd
    -SpringBoard
    -ptpd
    -BTServer
    -apsd
    -lsd
    -dataaccessd
  4. magic8ball88

    magic8ball88 Active Member

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    BTServer is using a lot.
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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    Check what Mobile Substrate addons you're using too. Those tend to use a lot of battery.
  6. Indestructible

    Indestructible Banned

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    What is BTserver tied too.

    Also where do I check the Mobile Substrate? In cydia?
  7. Zune Killa

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    I noticed my battery draining awfully quick when I was jailbroken as compared to now that i'm on 4.0.2

    The difference is so noticeable that i'm starting to not want to jb it again.
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    com.apple.BTServer.plist – If this daemon is disabled, your device will become extremely slow and unresponsive.

    Please don't remove it..
    That's the plist associated with the service.
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    So then what is killing my battery.

    Please this is driving me nuts!!!
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    Zune Killa New Member

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    I feel ur pain, well, not anymore. No jb=no battery issues

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