Regain battery life after jailbreaking

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  1. essexmate

    essexmate New Member

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  2. smartdude24

    smartdude24 New Member

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    Excellent, thanks for that tip.
  3. hugo

    hugo New Member

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    that's weird... my battery life is excellent
  4. pchuownsu

    pchuownsu New Member

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    i think mines doing that too
  5. Roflcopter_Down

    Roflcopter_Down New Member

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    If anything, my average battery life has gone from all the app using I've been doing.

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  6. bangkokzzh

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    think so ,after jailbreak , my touch full of app. of course , it's use more CPU perfance and reduce the battery life
  7. michaelbt

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    Hey I was looking at doing this but then realised that I used iNdependence to install the SSH (dropbear). If I now open up iNdependence it won't let me uninstall this. I've also tried to stop dropbear from a terminal using

    dropbear stop

    but it doesn't seem to work, as it is still in the process list if I do a ps or top. I also tried killing the process but a new one just starts.

    Anyone know how to stop dropbear or what I need to modify so that it doesn't run in the first place?

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