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06-19-2012, 09:22 AM #1Springboard Apps Crash After First Run
iPad 2 32g WiFi ONLY. ios 5.1.1. Jailbroken Absinthe 2
So I have an interesting bug I cannot figure out. Not sure what Cydia tweak is causing it. I know it is a 3rd party app as it does not occur in SAFE MODE. I already plan on restoring, I just don't want to recreate the issue on a fresh jailbreak.
Upon a fresh respring, I can load an app one time no problem. I hit the HOME button, try to open another app, and it immediately crashes...kind of. I can tell the app is still running because it is still listed in multiflow, plus when I click on the app I can see, before it "crashes" again, that it is loaded.
The funny thing is, if I go into "jiggle mode" (to move around apps), the app will run again no problem, until the next time I open a different app. It effects ALL apps and even folders.
The other error, which may be caused by the same tweak, causes the device to take a screenshot when only the sleep button is pressed.
Here is what I have tried to resolve the issues without success:
Shut down all mobile substrate addons and winterboard packages.
Remove all incompatible tweaks from Cydia
Reinstalled possible Cydia system packages
I have a crash report, although it is for the Springboard, which I don't think is the same as the apps not opening.
I have attached.
Any ideas would be helpful.
I will continue to update apps/tweaks I have removed without success:
Possible Causes (yet to try):
UPDATE: The answer is... ACTIVATOR SETTINGS!
After running through the Activator settings and unassigning all of my shortcuts, the issue went away. I am guessing I had a conflict with the home button somewhere...
LOL.. Hopefully this helps someone else. I would hate such a long post to go to waste...
Last edited by ProEvo; 06-19-2012 at 10:41 AM. Reason: Solved"Sure thing buddy"
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