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    Default iPhone 3gs safe mode
    Any suggestions with an iphone 3gs running 5.0.1 that boots only in safe mode? I have followed all cydia suggested in their help section. I havent loaded any new apps or programs. Just started today.

    Thanks for any help or suggestions you may have!!


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    In sbsettings, disable all apps installed in there & try a reboot & see how it operates then

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    Turned off all toggles, gets to password screen reboots in safe mode.

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    So in the "mobile substrate addons" you switched them all off there & it's still doing it?

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    ok...im a newbie it booted with all off whats next?

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    Ok... So one of those is the cause of your problem... No doubt about that...

    Now for the stinger.....

    Switch on one or two at a time & reboot (not respring, but reboot), & continue doing this till it won't boot, that's how you'll find which one is causing you the issue.

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    figured thats what I had to do...once i find the bad app do i delete it and try to reinstall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mskii4 View Post
    figured thats what I had to do...once i find the bad app do i delete it and try to reinstall?
    Depends on what it turns out is the problem... If it's not important, sure... If it is... See if there's an update.

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    Thanks again...you have been a great help!

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    No worries.

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