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ZR_Yancy

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Just found a new and free app the will track your data usage. It will also break down how much data each app is using. It's called Onavo Count. Grab it before they put a price on it.
 

Europa

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Just installed it. I imagine it will be pulled from the App Store soon or at least disabled by 6.0.1 since it installs a profile and requires your lock screen passcode (if you have one set). We had some pretty awesome settings toggles on 5.0, which also installed a profile and were a great SBSettings alternative since the 4S jailbreak wasn't out yet, but Apple quickly disabled them with a firmware update.
 

mrbunglez

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Downloaded that app awhile was good until it didn't let me load up a few of my apps, namely the FB app.
 

ZR_Yancy

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Just installed it. I imagine it will be pulled from the App Store soon or at least disabled by 6.0.1 since it installs a profile and requires your lock screen passcode (if you have one set). We had some pretty awesome settings toggles on 5.0, which also installed a profile and were a great SBSettings alternative since the 4S jailbreak wasn't out yet, but Apple quickly disabled them with a firmware update.
I can't imagine how Apple would have missed its function since it asks to installed a profile as soon as it is initially launched.
 

Europa

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I can't imagine how Apple would have missed its function since it asks to installed a profile as soon as it is initially launched.
Do you know if there are any other apps out there that require installing these profiles? It was just a guess based on Apple disabling the 5.0 settings toggles that used these profiles.
 

Europa

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Thanks. Apparently, it wasn't the profile installation that caused Apple to disable the toggles then.