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Where can I find the preferences file for Gridlock 2.0? Some of my apps are hidden (and I can't get them to appear) when I have Gridlock 2.0 installed.
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    Default Gridlock 2.0 preferences?
    Where can I find the preferences file for Gridlock 2.0? Some of my apps are hidden (and I can't get them to appear) when I have Gridlock 2.0 installed.

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    It will not answer to your question by I installed gridlock and it slowed down like hell my iPhone 4 @ios6.1.2.
    I'm now using customgrid. Much more better.

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    I tried it. It doesn't even do what Gridlock does..

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    Really? For me customgrid has more options. What gridlock does that custom grid doesn't?

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    You can't put the icons anywhere on the "grid". The only thing that gridlock has but customgrid doesn't.

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    With custom grid you can choose the number of rows/column so if you choose the same number that standard values you should be able to have the same options no?

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    Nav to

    /var/lib/dpkg/info

    Look for the "Gridlock" LIST file.

    That file once opened in iFile will show all the files & directories where Gridlock is installed into.

    See how u go
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    And does gridlock slow down your phone also? For example in any app I need to push like 3 or 4 times home buttons to go back to springboard.

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