Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by xXrkidXx, Dec 22, 2011.
Could be. It all depends on which ones. Disable a few and maybe you'll see an increase in boot time.
I have 56.
I always do this and get a faster device but for some reason my mail app stops working properly. It never loads any messages and there is only inbox, nothing else.
Sorry for the late reply, it's "System status" from the App store!
I haven't removed any daemons from my iPad no! I remember in the days of my 3GS barely being able to notice a difference so I figured it was just a waste of time then and never really considered doing it again!
Recently on my iPad 3 though I have been thinking about it again (Focused more on the Log processes) wondering if I can free up a bit more ram by removing just the log daemons, what do you think?
Also I removed a few languages from springboard and various other apps to test, and noticed springboard And said apps actually loading Slower!!
All this is a bit more complex than its being made out I think...
UPDATE; Ok so i have done a bit of testing on an iPad 3 5.1.1 and after removing Every Log/Crash related Daemon on a fresh boot Ram was maxed at 726MB where as with them it was maxed at 724MB
Also the boot time without the daemons was 49 seconds and with them it was 37 seconds! So removing them actually slowed down boot time!
I can, for myself, conclusively say that this is pretty much a waste of time, the tests i performed could have just been a fluctuation in Ram on Bootup and on Bootup time... ie, It makes No difference!! Unless someone can tell me a daemon that saves a noticible amount of resorces on boot and doesn't stop anything working, this is all a bunch of hocus pocus crap!
Flame all you want but it wont give you any more RAM, go complane to Apple about the crappy amount of Ram they put in there over priced products! Thanks. Matt...
How to disable DynamicLibraries?
Do I have to delete them?
Is there a drawback in doing so - other than deleting daemons, which are not needed?
I thought they are needed by mobile substrate?
Imessage freezes up when hitting reply sometimes unfreezing after couple secs or freeze then reboots or respring. Any suggestion? Would running disabled same as deleted action?
OT Question: Did someone from the iFans community make up the 'remove daemons list'? BTW it is a very helpful guide
Edit: I forgot to add if the com.apple.powerd.plist is removed it will affect the battery usage statistics.
I found a bug
if you delete on an ipod touch
and then you install an app like viber or skype, your ipod go in infinity loop (infinite reboot every 10 sec)
please correct it on your tutorial
if you have this probleme, you must delete the app (viber or skype or another...) via itune before put all the .plist in "lauchdaemon", than you can reinstall your app
(ps:sorry for my bad english...)
Just so everyone knows, if you delete CommCenterClassic on an iPod touch on iOS 5, you get "Searching..." in the upper-left corner. You can delete the other CommCenter's though.
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