HELP! Removing Proccesses (dtunes sub-apps)

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  1. ilovethetouch

    ilovethetouch New Member

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    Hey peeps,

    I've been around this forum for a couple years, have owned 2 ipod touches, and now have ONLY a 3Gs iPhone. (3.0.1 Jail-Broken 7A400 fw)


    ANYWAYS,

    I was wondering if anyone knows how to stop and remove proccesses ????? specificly "BTserver" "mediaserverd" "accessoryd" and other proccess' ???

    I installed dtunes, and tried to download a *******.
    I have read the dtunes info (very little info) and cannot stop BTserver from running as a system proccess.


    After checking with the cydia app "SysInfoPlus" , I have found these proccesses are not stopped, and I cannot stop them. I can kill the proccesses, but they just keep spawning imediately after Killing them.


    btw- I have not noticed a slower iPhone, but am a 'neat freak' when it comes to un-needed system proccesses (iphone OS or windows)

    Is there a terminal command I can use to prevent these proccesses from running, or a command I can use to modify/delete them ?

    The list of proccesses I have is:

    Main Applications: "MobilePhone" "MobileMusicPlayer" "MobileMail" "MobileSafari"

    Mobile User's Proccesses:
    "mediaserverd" <-- Assumed dTunes proccess
    "accessoryd" <-- Assumed dTunes proccess
    "apsd" <-- Assumed dTunes proccess

    "SpringBoard"
    "MxT2d" <--Obviously MxTube
    "BTServer" <-- Assumed dTunes proccess
    "Terminal"
    "bash" "bash"(2) "bash"(3) "bash"(4) and
    "SysInfoPlus" <-- The App used to check this info





    Any help on removing the Assumed dTunes proccesses would be very greatly appreciated......

    Thanks,
    Evan


    Note - I have uninstalled dTunes and the proccesses still remain. I then reinstalled.
  2. FailSafeIsntSafe

    FailSafeIsntSafe New Member

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    I suggest you do an aptbackup then restore or rejailbreak or something to reset the firmware.
  3. Sarcasm Siempre

    Sarcasm Siempre New Member

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    No no no no no. Don't.

    All of the processes you think are dTunes processes are system daemons, which is why they restart after you kill them. And they're all pretty important, so leave them alone.
  4. ilovethetouch

    ilovethetouch New Member

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    @ sarcasm siempre:
    are you 100% sure?

    Can anyone verify?


    Thanks guys

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