OpenSSH

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Shadow_Angel, Aug 10, 2010.

  1. Shadow_Angel

    Shadow_Angel New Member

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    I just tried Sshing...after i finished, i don't seem to need openssh anymore, so i tried to turn it off but i cant, so i decided to just leave it as it is...will openssh "burn" ma battery life?Sori for the nooby question guys...new here lol
  2. iMikkie

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    I highly doubt it will have much effect on battery life (things like wifi and blutooth will more), but if it bothers you - turn it off in sbsettings

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  3. Shadow_Angel

    Shadow_Angel New Member

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    thnx...
  4. iDestiny

    iDestiny Well-Known Member

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    It will use up battery life, so turn it off via SBSettings if you don't need it (it will automatically enable itself every time you turn on your device). If you don't need it, uninstall the OpenSSH package from Cydia.

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