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hey guys.. i got my crashrepport hire.. i think its my springboard thats make it crash.. ## Crash log <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist
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    hey guys.. i got my crashrepport hire.. i think its my springboard thats make it crash..

    ## Crash log
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
    <plist version="1.0">
    <dict>
    <key>AutoSubmitted</key>
    <true/>
    <key>SysInfoCrashReporterKey</key>
    <string>5e43eb09789eda9720660513a32b5932eeec0f15 </string>
    <key>bug_type</key>
    <string>109</string>
    <key>description</key>
    <string>Incident Identifier: 78874A89-5F2C-41F0-BDB8-F2BF3C08DC0C
    CrashReporter Key: 5e43eb09789eda9720660513a32b5932eeec0f15
    Hardware Model: iPhone4,1
    Process: SpringBoard [151]
    Path: /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/SpringBoard
    Identifier: SpringBoard
    Version: ??? (???)
    Code Type: ARM (Native)
    Parent Process: launchd [1]

    Date/Time: 2013-02-27 11:58:55.695 +0100
    OS Version: iOS 6.1 (10B142)
    Report Version: 104

    Exception Type: EXC_CRASH (SIGSEGV)
    Exception Codes: 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000
    Crashed Thread: 1

    Thread 0 name: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
    Thread 0:
    0 libobjc.A.dylib 0x3b52b5b0 0x3b528000 + 13744
    1 UIKit 0x3562511e 0x35618000 + 53534
    2 UIKit 0x3562517e 0x35618000 + 53630
    3 UIKit 0x3566e792 0x35618000 + 354194
    4 AuxoSwitcher.dylib 0x016b323a 0x16a0000 + 78394
    5 AuxoSwitcher.dylib 0x016b3780 0x16a0000 + 79744
    6 AuxoSwitcher.dylib 0x016a18f0 0x16a0000 + 6384
    7 KillBackground.dylib 0x017f2d64 0x17f1000 + 7524
    8 SpringBoard 0x0001eb1e 0x9000 + 88862
    9 SpringBoard 0x0001f0c8 0x9000 + 90312
    10 SpringBoard 0x001a68fc 0x9000 + 1693948
    11 SpringBoard 0x001a6478 0x9000 + 1692792
    12 SpringBoard 0x0001f070 0x9000 + 90224
    13 SpringBoard 0x0001e1a2 0x9000 + 86434
    14 SpringBoard 0x0001e272 0x9000 + 86642
    15 SpringBoard 0x0001e294 0x9000 + 86676
    16 SpringBoard 0x0001df14 0x9000 + 85780
    17 SpringBoard.dylib 0x0033a5c8 0x338000 + 9672
    18 SpringBoard 0x0001df30 0x9000 + 85808
    19 SpringBoard 0x00010b94 0x9000 + 31636
    20 SpringBoard.dylib 0x0033f15c 0x338000 + 29020
    21 biteSMSfw6.dylib 0x0192450a 0x1901000 + 144650
    22 SpringBoard 0x000119c4 0x9000 + 35268
    23 SpringBoard.dylib 0x0033feb8 0x338000 + 32440
    24 CallBar.dylib 0x0170c024 0x16e6000 + 155684
    25 SBAXServer 0x043ba606 0x43b0000 + 42502
    26 UIKit 0x3561bd54 0x35618000 + 15700
    27 UIKit 0x3561b6c8 0x35618000 + 14024
    28 UIKit 0x3561b116 0x35618000 + 12566
    29 GraphicsServices 0x373315a0 0x3732b000 + 26016
    30 GraphicsServices 0x373311ce 0x3732b000 + 25038
    31 CoreFoundation 0x337e8170 0x33751000 + 618864
    32 CoreFoundation 0x337e8112 0x33751000 + 618770
    33 CoreFoundation 0x337e6f94 0x33751000 + 614292
    34 CoreFoundation 0x33759eb8 0x33751000 + 36536
    35 CoreFoundation 0x33759d44 0x33751000 + 36164
    36 GraphicsServices 0x373302e6 0x3732b000 + 21222
    37 UIKit 0x3566f2fc 0x35618000 + 357116
    38 SpringBoard 0x0000c9e2 0x9000 + 14818
    39 libdyld.dylib 0x3b967b1c 0x3b966000 + 6940

    Thread 1 name: Dispatch queue: com.apple.libdispatch-manager
    Thread 1 Crashed:
    0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x3ba1e648 0x3ba1d000 + 5704
    1 libdispatch.dylib 0x3b94e974 0x3b946000 + 35188
    2 libdispatch.dylib 0x3b94e654 0x3b946000 + 34388

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    Random crashes usually mean your RAM is being eaten by something. You don't need a crash report to figure it out :P Just minimize the amount of stuff you have running at one time in your Appswitcher and how many Moblie Substrate addons you have installed. Disabling unneeded launch daemons helps quite a bit too
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5kylar View Post
    Random crashes usually mean your RAM is being eaten by something. You don't need a crash report to figure it out :P Just minimize the amount of stuff you have running at one time in your Appswitcher and how many Moblie Substrate addons you have installed. Disabling unneeded launch daemons helps quite a bit too
    All except the launch daemons is true, I remember reading an article Saurik posted on reddit, and he said disabling launch daemons does not give hardly any ram back, and most likely by doing so you will mess up something, he said the risking it, is not worth the reward.

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    Well how old was that article? Cuz disabling them gives you back RAM and battery life improves a little. Plus reboots/resprings are slightly faster in most cases. I would try it and see what happens. Use iCleanerPro. It has toggles for all the daemons you can safely disable without harming your device. And it gives you a brief description of what each one does so you know what your turning off and what your not. And btw it's free don't worry about the "pro" in the name Great app, I don't know what I'd do without it honestly.

    Other then that it sounds like you may have a huge memory leak in something you have installed or a conflicting tweak. Try turning all your Mobile Substrate addons off then enabling them one at a time for awhile each until you get the crash again or see your free memory drop like a stone.
    Last edited by 5kylar; 04-09-2013 at 05:18 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5kylar View Post
    Well how old was that article? Cuz disabling them gives you back RAM and battery life improves a little. Plus reboots/resprings are slightly faster in most cases. I would try it and see what happens. Use iCleanerPro. It has toggles for all the daemons you can safely disable without harming your device. And it gives you a brief description of what each one does so you know what your turning off and what your not. And btw it's free don't worry about the "pro" in the name Great app, I don't know what I'd do without it honestly.

    Other then that it sounds like you may have a huge memory leak in something you have installed or a conflicting tweak. Try turning all your Mobile Substrate addons off then enabling them one at a time for awhile each until you get the crash again or see your free memory drop like a stone.
    I read it right around the time that planetbeing first talked about having an untethered jailbreak on twitter, so only a couple months ago, Glad that works, but personally my 4S runs just fine on the ram it has so I just would rather go with Saurik on this and just leave them alone, but if that works for you, then that's good

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    Well if it's crashing you either are running your RAM down, or you have a conflicting tweak installed that's forcing you into safe mode. So Idk. You could still mess around with your MS addons to see if that fixes it
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