iOS Cleaner for PC/Mac

Discussion in 'Smartphones and Tablets' started by Vasudev, Jun 15, 2018.

  1. kojack

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    Right on. I will try on another computer after. The problem is if it is a different manufacturer I cannot do anything anyways. Suppliers change all the time. I’m in business where this happens. As long as the specs remain the same, and he fit is the same I don’t really care who made the battery.
     
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    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    But you need to be careful. Normally Samsung,sanyo and panasonic cells are better made and last longer even at extreme temps.
     
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    Again, if apple pulled that, they would get caught and it would be another pr nightmare. 3rd party replacement, yes, Apple, no.
     
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    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    I doubt it, many people will still go for Apple after knowing it.
    Detailed battery specs are reported by Coconut battery available only for Mac, 3utools is a good alternative for windows/Linux(WINE) users.
     
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    I’ll take my chances. Ha ha. Thanks for the heads up. If I have issues after the rebattery I will look into it.
     
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    Thought of creating a separate thread for enhanced iOS cleaning and felt it was better to post it here.
    I'm using 3utools to clean up some iOS cache and unnecessary file aka reindexing files after iOS update.

    Step 1: Take a backup. Choose selective or full backup.
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    Step 2: Delete Photo Cache and reduce re-indexing time to save some battery.
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    Do note the path is /Photodata.
    CPL,face metadata, metadata,album metadata and backup database are important and deletion are permanent.
    Mutation folder contains original copy of picture or pictures/videos you cropped or edited and these are leftover even after choosing Keep edited file and remove original file(s).
    MISC contains a thumbnail of photo coupled with location tag.
    I've seen Thumbnails folder being over 1GB even after deleting large number of photos from iPhone and recently deleted folder.
    Hopefully users will gain several MBs to GBs after this step.
    Step 3: Delete contents of /Downloads and reboot the iDevice.
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    Rebooting iDevice can be done from main screen Reboot option.
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    @Papusan Try these steps and see if you notice any improvements.
     
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