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Morning guys and gals, don't know exactly when it started but I've been having random crashes to safe mode. Does anyone know why, or is there a way to disable
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    Morning guys and gals, don't know exactly when it started but I've been having random crashes to safe mode.

    Does anyone know why, or is there a way to disable individual cydia substrate tweaks so I can find out?

    Thanks in advance.

    Never mind I think it was cos summer board was active in winterboard.
    Last edited by ryanDC; 01-21-2014 at 01:58 AM.

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    Ok glad you got it fixed.

    For future use, I'd recommend you to :
    open Cydia, and add the following source : apt.philippe97.ca/

    once the new packages will have fully loaded, search and install MSDisabler in Cydia.

    exit Cydia, open MSDisabler (it'll have its own icon on your home screen), and toggle all items EXCEPT MobileSafety OFF.



    tap 'Respring'

    once your iPhone will have restarted, toggle back the dylibs one after the other, respringing in between. When your phone has issues again, you'll now know the culprit tweak to be uninstalled in Cydia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfroggy View Post
    Ok glad you got it fixed.

    For future use, I'd recommend you to :
    open Cydia, and add the following source : apt.philippe97.ca/

    once the new packages will have fully loaded, search and install MSDisabler in Cydia.

    exit Cydia, open MSDisabler (it'll have its own icon on your home screen), and toggle all items EXCEPT MobileSafety OFF.



    tap 'Respring'

    once your iPhone will have restarted, toggle back the dylibs one after the other, respringing in between. When your phone has issues again, you'll now know the culprit tweak to be uninstalled in Cydia.
    Thanks alfroggy, installed the tweak, bth I'm unsure about the conditions that caused it to safe mode anyway. I disabled a few tweaks and then re enabled respring after each one and it don't seem to have crashed since.
    I did notice that it mostly seemed to be once phone was on charge it would crash after a few mins, either while in standby or actually unlocked... Made me think whether a iwidget I had set up to update weather after 1 min could be causing it, but it's now been an hour plus and no crashes.

    Anyone make heads or tails of this panic file from settings

    Incident Identifier: D128370F-5812-4321-AA50-FF1441E54ACC
    CrashReporter Key: f904829903cfc18d9847c434ce682de29bb4a87d
    Hardware Model: iPhone5,2
    Date/Time: 2014-01-13 22:42:37.535 +0000
    OS Version: iOS 7.0.4 (11B554a)

    panic(cpu 0 caller 0x8e8d40e1): "a freed zone element has been modified: expected 0xdeadbeef but found 0, bits changed 0xdeadbeef, at offset 44 of 88 in zone: kalloc.88"
    Debugger message: panic
    OS version: 11B554a
    Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 14.0.0: Fri Sep 27 23:00:47 PDT 2013; rootnu-2423.3.12~1/RELEASE_ARM_S5L8950X
    Kernel slide: 0x000000000e800000
    Kernel text base: 0x8e801000
    Boot : 0x52d46ba1 0x00000000
    Sleep : 0x00000000 0x00000000
    Wake : 0x00000000 0x00000000
    Calendar: 0x52d46ba9 0x000153bb

    Panicked task 0x90498550: 387 pages, 1 threads: pid 14: evasi0n7
    panicked thread: 0xcf9538e0, backtrace: 0x88b53c68
    0x8e918bdd
    0x8e9195bf
    0x8e804b55
    0x8e8d40e1
    0x8e8d3a57
    0x8e8ba74f
    0x8e80b993
    0x8e8af47b
    0x8e8b5541
    0x8e81c2fc

    Task 0x90498d48: 10247 pages, 114 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
    Task 0x90498aa0: 146 pages, 3 threads: pid 1: launchd
    Task 0x904987f8: 238 pages, 1 threads: pid 2: launchctl
    Task 0x90498550: 387 pages, 1 threads: pid 14: evasi0n7
    Task 0x904982a8: 171 pages, 3 threads: pid 15: amfid
    Last edited by ryanDC; 01-21-2014 at 08:49 AM.

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