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Don Hellwich
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Don Hellwich May 25
Replying to @rpetrich
Seems I spoke too soon again. Please ignore my last two tweets (sorry). The issue I'm describing seems also to be happening when Activator is not installed, so it looks like it's unrelated to Activator.
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Don Hellwich May 25
Replying to @rpetrich
And if I then reconnect the device again, then the bug is not triggered (CPU usage of bluetoothd does not idle at 1-2% CPU). Testing with a bluetooth headset. Minor nuisance, but I'd like to keep my battery healthy. Hope this helps troubleshooting. (2/2)
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Don Hellwich May 25
Replying to @rpetrich
Sorry, spoke too soon. I've managed to reproduce this bug by respringing while the bluetooth device is connected. After respring I'm seeing the bluetoothd idling at 1-2% CPU. If I then disconnect the device, then CPU usage of bluetoothd drops to 0%. (1/2)
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Don Hellwich May 25
Replying to @rpetrich
Yes, thank you so much x10! :) I've just tested beta 11 and can confirm that it definitely lowers the CPU usage of bluetoothd daemon. Have a coffee or beer on me, check your PayPal. Please keep maintaining Activator. Thanks again! Happy user here :)
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Don Hellwich May 18
Replying to @rpetrich
I hope this info helps debugging this issue and hope you want to look into this further. 3/3
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Don Hellwich May 18
Replying to @rpetrich
The issue seems to be caused by "/Library/Activator/ActivatorSpringBoard.bundle/ActivatorSpringBoard". When I move this executable to another location, then the CPU usage of the bluetoothd daemon returns to normal. 2/3
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Don Hellwich May 18
Replying to @rpetrich
I've digged into this issue a little further, as it's really bugging me. I've found out that it's not related to Activator.dylib, as the issue (higher CPU usage of bluetoothd) also occurs when Activator.dylib is disabled. I think I've pinpointed the source of the issue though 1/3
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Don Hellwich May 17
Replying to @rpetrich
I've removed some BT devices, this seems to have lowered CPU usage of the bluetoothd daemon, but I'm still seeing some noticeable CPU usage, which I'm not seeing when Activator is disabled. Issue also exists with v1.9.13~beta10. (2/2)
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Don Hellwich May 17
Replying to @rpetrich
Thanks for the reply! :) I've captured a syslog, but did not find any noticeable messages. Crash logs are not generated unfortunately (through (Cocoa)Top I also don't see anything crashing btw). The spike in CPU is most noticeable after a respring... (1/2
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Don Hellwich May 15
Replying to @CStar_OW
BatteryPercentageX by ichitaso
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Don Hellwich May 13
Hi Ryan, I've noticed that the bluetoothd daemon is idling at 5-10% CPU when Activator (v1.9.13~beta9) is installed (all other tweaks disabled). Could you please look in to this? I'm on iOS 13.3, iPhone X, checkra1n.
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Don Hellwich Apr 11
Replying to @Marktplaats
Ik zal mijn e-mailadres via DM delen en zie uw reactie graag tegemoet 4/4
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Don Hellwich Apr 11
Replying to @Marktplaats
Worden gesprekken afgekapt met de melding dat mijn account niet opnieuw wordt geactiveerd. Nog voordat ik kan antwoorden wordt het gesprek door de medewerker van Marktplaats beëindigd en moet ik weer opnieuw een chat starten. 3/x
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Don Hellwich Apr 11
Replying to @Marktplaats
Contact mee had waren frauduleus bezig en heb ik daarom gerapporteerd aan verdacht@marktplaats.nl. Niet veel later werd mijn account geblokkeerd. Via contactformulier contact gezocht met marktplaats, maar via mail wordt niet meer gereageerd en via chat kom ik niet verder en 2/3
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Don Hellwich Apr 11
Replying to @Marktplaats
Hoi Roel, fijn dat je zo snel contact opneemt. Ik heb meerdere keren contact gezocht met support, omdat mijn marktplaats account (na 14 jaar!) onterecht geblokkeerd is vanwege vermeende frauduleuze activiteiten. Dit is niet correct, het tegendeel is waar. De mensen waar ik 1/x
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Don Hellwich Apr 11
Waarom word ik niet fatsoenlijk te woord gestaan door jullie klantenservice? De medewerkers via chat zijn ronduit brutaal en via mail wordt er niet gereageerd.
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Don Hellwich Mar 4
Replying to @SamGuichelaar
YoutubePatcher from ichitaso (repo URL: )
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Exite ICT Feb 19
Collega is namens Exite op bezoek bij op een event om kennis te nemen van verschillende interessante ontwikkelingen. Van wat we horen, worden wij alvast blij.
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Exite ICT Jan 31
We weten het wel, maar handelen er niet naar. Dit is waarom jouw campagnes wat betreft meestal weinig effect hebben. Hoe verander je dit? Jor Muller schreef een :
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Exite ICT Jan 17
Anytime, anywhere, anyplace werken Exite-stijl!
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