Massive Screen Flicker

Discussion in 'iPhysics [old jailbreak version]' started by ChaoticPurity, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. ChaoticPurity

    ChaoticPurity New Member

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    Just today I started playing with iPhysics and i started getting odd screen flicker whenever I touched the screen. I haven't installed anything new. I've tried restarting it and running it in compatability mode- nothing helps. I'm running 1.1.3 if that helps.
  2. Sic Jake

    Sic Jake New Member

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    Try turning off wifi. I know for me not being in a stable network, if the Ipod tries popping up a connect box while play iphysics it gets all screwy.
  3. JonSingh12

    JonSingh12 New Member

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    I'm experiencing the same situation and i have wifi off i all processes that are 3rd party of disabled in the background. However i think i found my problem. I used putty to check out whats going on, on my iTouch while i play iPhysics. I used the command top to view all the processes and the cpu power eaten up by each process. I found iphysics using quite a bit of cpu power but everynow and the RSSDaemon will pop up and take around 40% CPU power and that i believe is the cause for the problem for me. So i'll disable rssdaemon and try again and see what happens. Run top true putty while playing iphysics to see which process is running alongside iphysics and taking up quite a bit of cpu power.
  4. ChaoticPurity

    ChaoticPurity New Member

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    Nope, none of those suggestions worked! Thanks for trying though.
  5. oli_170

    oli_170 New Member

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    do you have the "dock.app" if so. Get rid of that and your problem is solved
  6. superrama

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    i second that. i tried everythign to get rid of the flicker and finally when i removed dock.app and it plays perfect now
  7. tlknocke

    tlknocke New Member

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    Have you guys heard of this new invention the IPTF cam out with?

    It's called a Search button! It's so AWESOME!

    You guys should check it out sometime so you don't end up making duplicate threads!
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    YOU DONT NEED TO DELETE DOCK.APP!!!

    go into options and turn on compatibility mode in iphysics. fixed.
  9. racergirl_744

    racergirl_744 New Member

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    I had the same issue too.
    here's how I fixed it;
    open iPhysics
    go to options
    and turn on compatibility mode

    That should stop the flickering!

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