App to schedule WiFi

BoomerFZ1

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Anyone know if there's an app out there that can enable and/or disable wifi on a schedule?
 

Ezekiel2517

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definitely not in the app store... might be something for jailbroken phones though. are you by any chance jailbroken? (assuming you're not.)
 

BoomerFZ1

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No I'm not but I've considered it. Not sure the benefits are really worth it. Is there a lot of apps available when jailbroken?
 

Ezekiel2517

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yes, there are tons of apps when jailbroken, and you can do so much more than you ever possibly could with a stock phone. i was reluctant to doing it at first. had my phone for a year before i jailbroke, and now i definitely think its worth it, i could never go back to being stock. and its so easy too, it only takes about 10 min, and you can always restore and go back...
 

BoomerFZ1

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I assume there's a good place here on this site for jailbreaking and things you can do after you do this? Or do you have some other good resources?
 

BoomerFZ1

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Man I started the jailbreak process and Quickpwn says the process has completed successfuly but all I've been looking at for the past 10 minutes is the Apple logo. It's vibrated thrice (two quick buzzes each time) and rebooted once. But nothing else. Does it take awhile...should I not be freakin' out that I may have bricked my iPhone?
 

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Man I started the jailbreak process and Quickpwn says the process has completed successfuly but all I've been looking at for the past 10 minutes is the Apple logo. It's vibrated thrice (two quick buzzes each time) and rebooted once. But nothing else. Does it take awhile...should I not be freakin' out that I may have bricked my iPhone?
did you disconnect it or anything before it finished rebooting? if anything goes wrong, just remember that you can always restore and try again. :)
 

BoomerFZ1

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Okay...I'm going to try again...do I just restore from a backup when I'm finished to get all my apps and stuff back?
 

Ezekiel2517

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Okay...I'm going to try again...do I just restore from a backup when I'm finished to get all my apps and stuff back?
yeah, that should do it. just make sure you do what it says on the screen and wait for it to reboot all the way before you do anything when its jailbreaking.
 

BoomerFZ1

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Alright...thanks Ezekiel2517. I'll let you know how it goes.
 

Ramesh

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Alright...thanks Ezekiel2517. I'll let you know how it goes.
I had the same problem. Don't quickpwn - use pwnage and go through the entire process. If you're running leopard, you need to have your phone hooked up through a powered hub.