sbsettings fights with pie chart drop down

mike_in_sd

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I really want to use sbsettings .. but .. when I activate it ... the default
drop down with the pie chart comes down with it .. its just a pain in
the butt.

anyway to deactivate the pie chart drop down ...

or .. add location services toggle to the pie chart drop down .. one
or the other ..

thanks
mike
 

mike_in_sd

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wow .. thanks for the reply

When I slide my finger across the very top of my screen ... a semi transparent 1/2 screen drops down.

this screen has a large piechart on it telling me my memory usage.

it also has four icons on it across the top and is similar to sbsettings.
1st icon turns on wiifi
2nt turns on blue tooth
3rd turns on edge
Pressing the 4th, frees up like 30 megs of memory

from reading .. someone said that this is built into the iphone for free.

anyways .. when I have sbsettings installed .. they both appear . and I
have to play games to get them both to go away.
 

jamesus

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That's odd. I have never seen or heard of the piechart. Do you have another jailbreak app installed for memory management?
 

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lol ... that leads to another question ...

I have only had my Iphone for about a week ...

Jailbroke it the first night ... and already have about 3 pages of
icon apps .. and dont know how many hidden apps/cracks.

How the heck do I tell exactly WHAT i have installed .. ?????
 

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To tell what you have installed from a jailbreak perspective, open Cydia and hit the Manage button. From there you can look at witch packages you have installed.
 

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The pie chart you refer to is called Hood and you get it from Installer, it's not included with the iPhone. Remove it by opening Installer, finding Deep (It's on the first page that loads i think) and clicking Uninstall.

I would use SBSettings alone. I use it due to the nice add ons it has: Processes to kill background apps, FastNotes to jot notes from anywhere, LocationSettings Toggle to toggle GPS, Autolock toggle, etc. They can all be found on Cydia. It has a lot of support and I also trust Cydia a lot more than Installer.
 
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nexusbabe

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Hey,
My problem was the same, but Deep wasn't installed, just hood. So i uninstalled Hood but it didn't works. After, I installed Deep then uninstalled and now it's good!
Thx.
 

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