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    Is there a reboot app?

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    Is there a way to schedue a reboot at a specific time every day? I know there's an app out there for BB but wasn't sure about the iPhone
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    If your jailbrolen there is a solution for you
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    Yes I'm jailbroken. What is the solution though lol?
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    i lied to you about being able to schedule tasks (couldnt find a solution), but you can use iReboot or sbsettings to reboot or respring your phone.

    Chances are all you need is a respring only rarely should you have to reboot.
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    Why would you wanna reboot your phone daily?
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    evo1725 - Maybe not daily, but rebooting every so often really helps.

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    How?
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    Well, I suspect a re-spring should do the trick if it frees up memory. But there are also apps on the app store that will free memory for you if you have not jb'd your iPhone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evo1725 View Post
    How?
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    Well, the iPhone is technically is little computer, and sometimes it tends to get sluggish and glitch, nothing major, but a reboot is just a major refresh of the phone.

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    I re-boot mine at least one time each week. It does manage memory better than any other phone does but it still is like anything else that uses memory and thus the need for a re-start.

    I still have the old version of iStat which allows u to free up memory and that also works well.

    On another Memory related note, did u see the 64GB iPhone and 128GB iPod Touch are just around the corner

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    Damn! 64GB, I won't need both an iPod and iPhone anymore That's sweet.

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    That's bad ***! The question now is can you jailbreak that iPhone?

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    Wow ! That's a lot of memory for that new ipod ! Unbelievable indeed.
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