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This isn't really a big deal I guess, but I had to do a restore on my phone today and after I re-jailbroke and re-synced all my apps back to
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    Default iTunes mis-labeling apps on storage capacity meter...
    This isn't really a big deal I guess, but I had to do a restore on my phone today and after I re-jailbroke and re-synced all my apps back to my phone, I noticed that on the little storage capacity meter in iTunes that shows how much each type of file is taking up on the phone, it's putting all my apps under 'Other', and doesn't show any space being used up under 'Applications'.

    Anyone else have theirs do this, or know why it might be doing it on mine or how to correct it? It didn't prior to this last restore...

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    it's not done syncing.
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    Yup it magically throws them into the right place just when you think everything is going south

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