Yes, running processes, if that's the way to express it. I have been fiddling with SBSettings, Insomnia, and now, PreventSleep. So far, there have been a lot of uncertainties and inconsistancies in it all. And, I think that SBSettings may be the problem in most of it.
First off, there are a LOT of toggles in SBSettings in the toggles setup screen, and less than half of them will actually show up in the control panel. (someone suggested that there were "pages" of toggles in the control panel ((SBS main block)), but I can't find any way to flip them). Then, frequently the buttons for a certain function will be off, but that function is definately activated (3G, for instance... just this morning).
There is a toggle and (supposedly) a button for Insomnia, but when that toggle is set to appear in SBS contol, it does not. And I can't honestly tell if it is active or not. It seems to not be most of the time.
Now I have PreventSleep (suggested in one of the threads here) app loaded, and there is a toggle/button that shows up in the SBS panel, but again, I'm really not sure if it is engaged or not.
SO..... my question is: is there a way to check to see what functions are actually running? Of course in Windows, it's Task Manager" which give a really good indication of the processes that have started and are running - as well as applications, memory conditions, etc. Anything like this for iPad/iPhone?
Brian - Sent from my iPad using iPF