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    Default Apple Killswitch on SBSettings??

    Can anybody confirm what the apple killswitch is inside the SBSettings options? Should I leave it on or off?

    Thanks!
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    i believe you need to turn it to OFF. whatever the opposite is of the default setting

    hopefully someone else will chime in and confirm
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    From what I've read, you want it ON..

    https://www.google.com/search?q=appl...ient=firefox-a
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    Bumping

    Yes - 1
    Off - 1

    Any other imput?
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    On=Apple could remotely kill an app/virus. They never have, though.
    Off=Apple cannot do that.

    There is no right answer; it's up to you.
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    "The killswitch is a hook in the OS that allows apple to disable an appstore app if it goes rouge. It has not ever been used, not even on the "illegal apps" (like the ones that sliped through to allow tethering). ON means the kill switch is activated. I would keep it ON, as if there is ever an iPhone Virus you'll be safe. If apple decides to be evil and turn use it or something, you can then turn it off."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockdog97 View Post
    "The killswitch is a hook in the OS that allows apple to disable an appstore app if it goes rouge. It has not ever been used, not even on the "illegal apps" (like the ones that sliped through to allow tethering). ON means the kill switch is activated. I would keep it ON, as if there is ever an iPhone Virus you'll be safe. If apple decides to be evil and turn use it or something, you can then turn it off."
    Nice info, thanks
    BUT....
    How do you, the man who asked "what is a springboard", know this???
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    Lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by 3cit View Post
    Nice info, thanks
    BUT....
    How do you, the man who asked "what is a springboard", know this???
    Its not hard to come by information on a subject and not know anything else about the subject.

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