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Thread: Restored to 2.1, but BossPrefs Battery is Still Numeric

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    Default Restored to 2.1, but BossPrefs Battery is Still Numeric
    Hi, I have the iPhone (1st Gen) and unlocked+jailbroke using a custom firmware and used BossPrefs to make the battery numeric i.e. shows how much battery is left, e.g. 100, 95 etc

    So then I wasn't enjoying a jailbroken iPhone, too much lag, so just decided to restore to 2.1 via iTunes 8. I did that, and I noticed after a bit that the numeric battery shows up sometimes. Not all the time, just randomally on different.

    How do I get rid of this, I don't mind restoring etc. I just cba to jailbreak and install Boss Prefs to do this.


    Would I just restore use the restore feature on the iPhone setting? Out of factory settings. Thanks

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    Have no idea why you're even bothered about this. It's like removing a feature.

    But just restore, set up as a new phone
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    Thanks, will try
    Last edited by hitman3us; 2008-10-07 at 10:17 PM.

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    lol did you know that you can just tap the battery icon to switch between stock and numeric?

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    On a non-jailbroken 2.1 as well that has never had BossPrefs installed?

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    dfu-restore should fix it.

    im guessing you didnt put the phone into dfu mode when you restored to stock 2.1 before?

    oh, set up as new phone
    Last edited by reeko; 2008-10-02 at 12:26 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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    Thanks, no I didn't use dfu mode. Will do now and report back.

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    hold power + home then repower power and keep holdin home
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