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Do you want to know everything about your iOS device? iOptimizer is the ultimate application for getting to know your iPhone, iPad or iPod better. This program will give you access to hidden device information and let you explore every single detail.

iOptimizer monitors the performance of your device, so that you can configure it for optimal use. It will also help you find out everything about your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch both on the system and on the user level.

iOptimizer is powerful, intuitive, and extremely easy to set up and use.

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rated 4+

  • Category: Utilities
  • Released: Sep 28, 2013
  • Version: 1.7
  • Size: 11.4 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller:, Inc.
    © 2013, Inc.

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.2.2 or later

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  • accessoryd

    If removed, disables accessories like FM radio transmitters, iPhone docks, and AV cables. Accessories will be able to charge your device, but that is all they will be able to do.

  • AddressBook

    If removed, Contacts in the Phone application will load slightly slower.

  • AdminLite

    This daemon tries to return control of your device to you if it thinks that you are waiting for a lengthly process to respond. It does this by force-quitting the process.

  • aggregated

    It is performs some function related to Audio-In.

  • AOSNotification

    This daemon deals with MobileMe syncing.

  • AppStore

    Apple's "AppStore" application.

  • apsd

    Logs push notification errors. If removed, Push Notifications will no longer work.

  • awd_ice2

    Apparently only affects the iPhone 3G and 3GS. It's not known what its function is on those devices.

  • awd_ice3

    Only affects the iPhone 4. It's not known what its function is on the iPhone 4.

  • BTServer

    If this daemon is disabled, your device will become extremely slow and unresponsive.

  • chum

    This daemon is thought to relate to Apple's CHUD (Computer Hardware Understanding Developer) tools.

  • CommCenter

    Deals with making and receiving phone calls and connecting to the cellular data network.

  • configd+pm

    Deals with system configuration.

  • configd-pm

    Also deals with system configuration.

  • Cydia

    It's believed that this daemon deals with the AutoInstall trick for installing .deb files.

  • daily

    Nothing is currently known about this daemon, except that it is programmed to perform a certain function once a day.

  • dataaccessd

    If removed, contacts will no longer sync via Exchange or Google Sync.

  • datamigrator

    Used to transfer contacts from SIM card to phone.

  • debugserver

    Used by developers for debugging iOS applications on device. .

  • dynamic_pager

    This is what drives virtual memory (VM) mods.

  • fairplayd

    This checks the DRM on your legitimately-acquired music and apps.

  • food

    Installed by Comex's Frash plugin. This daemon most likely allows the interpretation of Flash content on webpages.

  • gmmd

    A debugging service for your device.

  • graphicsservices

    Thought to have something to do with displaying album artwork.

  • iapd

    Functions like It deals with accessories that also come with companion apps.

  • itdbprep

    This has something to do with syncing music to your device.

  • itunesstored

    Messing with this daemon will cause it to use 100% of your device's CPU periodically. Leave it alone.

  • insomnia

    Used to keep Insomnia running through resprings and reboots.

  • installd

    Deals with app installation.

  • iqagent

    This daemon's function is currently unknown.

  • Kernel task

    It is the basic virtual memory manager.

  • Launch daemon

    Launchd is a unified, open source service management framework for starting, stopping and managing daemons, applications, processes, and scripts.

  • locationd

    Deals with GPS and location.

  • Lockbot

    This daemon's function is device's lock.

  • Lockdown

    Deals with SIM and network authorization. iPod touch users, even though this daemon seems like it deals with iPhone-only operations, have still had to restore after deleting this daemon.

  • mDNSResponder

    DNS. Disable this, and your Internet is completely gone.

  • mDNSResponderHelper

    Also deals with DNS.

  • mDNSResponderHelper

    Also deals with DNS.

  • Media remoted

    Allows the music buttons to be used to control 3rd Party apps(I.e. Pandora).

  • mediaserverd

    Plays your music and videos.

  • MobileInternetSharing

    Used for Internet Tethering.

  • mtmergeprops

    Important part of touchscreen service.

  • MxT2d

    The daemon that allows MxTube to download videos in the background. If disabled, the application will need to be reinstalled.

  • notifyd

    Server for the iOS notification system.

  • notification_pro

    Part of iOS notification system. Responsible for push notifications.

  • obliteration

    This daemon wipes the data partition of your device. This will be used if you remotely wipe your phone via Exchange, or if you use Settings > General > Reset, or if you set your device to wipe itself after a certain number of failed passcode entries.

  • pasteboardd

    This daemon deals with copy/paste.

  • pilotfish

    This daemon is also thought to relate to Apple's CHUD tools.

  • powerlog

    This is used to monitor any incompatibilities with 3rd party chargers.

  • ptpd

    Used to create VPN connections.

  • pppd

    Point-to-Point Protocol daemon which is used to manage network connections between two nodes. The role of pppd is managing PPP session establishment and session termination.

  • profile_janitor

    This daemon apparently deals with provisioning profiles for ad-hoc app distribution. If that doesn't apply to you, or if you have no idea what that is, you can delete this daemon.

  • psctl

    No definitive information about this daemon is currently available, but it's believed that it deals with connecting external storage devices, possibly a feature coming in new iDevices.

  • racoon

    Used for Virtual Private Networks.

  • sbsettingsd

    Related to SBSettings.

  • SCHelper-embedded

    Appears to be a part of the SystemConfiguration framework, so I don't recommend deleting it. If some brave soul wants to try it, go ahead and report back.

  • scrobbled

    The Scrobbler daemon.

  • scrod

    This daemon deals with Voice Control.

  • searchd

    Disables Spotlight search if removed. The Spotlight page will still be there, but nothing will show up when you start typing.

  • SpringBoard

    This daemon ensures that SpringBoard launches when you turn your device on. Without this daemon, SpringBoard will not launch. Also, this daemon ensures that you are able to respring your device.

  • stackshot

    This daemon's function is currently unknown, but removing it has no adverse effects on device.

  • storage_mounter

    This daemon's function is currently unknown, but it is believed that it deals with a possibly upcoming iOS feature that will allow you to use your iPhone or iPod touch in disk mode.

  • SuperCharged

    The SuperCharged daemon, which is a virtual memory mod from Cydia.

  • syslogd

    Logs system events.

  • usbptpd

    Allows your device to connect to your computer and charge.

  • voiced

    Yet another Voice Control daemon.

  • VoiceOverTouch

    Another Voice Control daemon.