iOS 4.0 Dynamic_Pager plist for iOS4?

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  1. Mitsugaru

    Mitsugaru New Member

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    Is there an updated version of this plist for iOS4 devices? From what I can gather, since the command has slightly changed because of the updated OS X base. Due to this, the old plist is causing major issues, so far as apps forcing the device to restart.

    I understand that iMemory Enhancer was updated for 4.0, but it doesn't work for all devices, such as my iPod touch 2nd gen.

    Any help on this would be greatly appreciated as this old 2nd gen iPod touch just can't handle well at all without the swap space.
  2. Arths

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    It works fine with my iPod Touch 2G

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    Well, lucky you. For me it freezes on boot. Are there dependencies for this package that aren't mentioned?
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    I don't think so. Though I installed it trought this repo:

    http://gumballtech.com/cydia

    Maybe they have an updated version of it

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    No, they don't. So, now I'm stuck with a partially restored iPod because iTunes is being stupid and didn't do the job right <.<

    I'm better off either waiting for someone to make a new plist version compatable for iOS 4, or trying to play with the command and fix it up myself. Honestly though, I really don't see much of a difference between the old command and the new command. I can't see why it shouldn't work as it is, but it doesn't.
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    Ya I need this now that I got multitasking and wallpaper.......if anybody find one, please let is know
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    Actually, I need this just to have some regular apps even function. For example, Pulse feed reader crashes on start even though this is factory default 4.0. Without virtual memory, this old iPod touch just can't handle some apps period.

    EDIT: I'm trying something out. I'll let you all know of my results.
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    Yah some of my apps also crash when I just leave it there
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    Small update on what I've tried.

    I read somewhere that in the transition from firmware 3.x to 4.x, Apple changed the base code from Leopard to Snow Leopard (10.5 -> 10.6). I checked the com.apple.dyanmic_pager.plist of Snow Leopard and noticed that it had two extra items that the current iPhone plist version did not have: EnableTransactions and HopefullyExitsLast. Both are boolean values, and were true on OS X.

    Unfortunately, adding the values to the iPhone version and enabling them did nothing. In fact, it actually sorta broke the plist for some weird reason and no longer made the swap file.

    Sorry, but I've had no headway really. Quite frankly, the command is the same as the one in the old plist, but it just refuses to play nicely.

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