how to make a slow ipod fast

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  1. teagan1000000

    teagan1000000 Well-Known Member

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    my ipod was always slow and it frustrated me and i finaly found the cure, put it in sleep mode instead of turning it off, that seems to speed it up quitte a bit
     
  2. yourofl10

    yourofl10 Well-Known Member

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    Get free memory the app
    And unJB your idevice.

    That should fix it
     
  3. brewstermax

    brewstermax Well-Known Member

    Where do people get that jailbreak slows it down? It causes no lag, except immediately after a respring. Try it, or you have no clue. Once you go, there is no going back.
     
  4. crimson.

    crimson. Well-Known Member

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    I don't have one...
    In AMERICA.
    Word.
     
  5. supg328911

    supg328911 Well-Known Member

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    pro ping pong player!!!!
    USA BABY
    In jailbreak it.....and yes it does slow it down I have more stuff on my 8 gig than my friend has on his 16 gig and mine is older and it runs so much faster, he also said it has ran slower since he jb it......
     
  6. dannys95

    dannys95 Well-Known Member

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    DO NOT GET FREE MEMORY! Get MemoryInfo. It's EXACTLY the same thing. But since Apple did not review the Free Memory 1.5 update it was released as MemoryInfo. It is much better
     
  7. crimson.

    crimson. Well-Known Member

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    I don't have one...
    In AMERICA.
    Mine runs the same speed jailbroken or un-jailbroken.
     
  8. Coldar

    Coldar Well-Known Member

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    #8 Coldar, Mar 17, 2009
    Last edited: Mar 17, 2009
    Thanks for the heads up on this. Had been waiting on FreeMemory 1.5 but downloading the MemoryInfo to replace it.
    Had thought Apple stated that apps couldn't have a battery level app (for reasons beyond my comprehension). And FreeMemory dev (realize both apps from same dev) stated was taking theirs out (but hadn't). Anyway getting MemoryInfo which still has a battery level.
     
  9. Fazzy

    Fazzy Well-Known Member

    There isn't really much difference jailbroken or not. It all pretty much depends on how much RAM you have available.
     
  10. brewstermax

    brewstermax Well-Known Member

    Wouldn't need MemoryInfo if you had a jailbreak. You can selectively kill processes :). Jailbreak is a great thing. I know that you immediately associate it with piracy, but it isn't like that. Themes, emulators, more control, and everything. Jailbreak is the best.
     

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