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Hey guys, I have a massive problem recently I was playing around with cameralock, a tweak that enables an iOS 5 camera lockscreen replica. Anyway I was playing around with...
06-25-2011, 10:00 PM #1
Push Notifications and youtube broken
Hey guys, I have a massive problem
recently I was playing around with cameralock, a tweak that enables an iOS 5 camera lockscreen replica.
Anyway I was playing around with the bypass passcode option, and managed to get my iPod onto a "iPod is disabled, please connect to iTunes"
I looked at multiple threads and found out I had to delete a file in the keychains folder, keychains-2.db or something.
Anyway that didn't work because of some ios4+ protection.
An hour later i realised i could reenable it by tweaking the "com.apple.springboard.plist" file.
after my iPod was re enabled however push notifications and youtube were broken, the same problem unlockers always face. Is there w way to fix this, or will something like push doctor work?
Note: I wanna avoid a restore
ipt4g iOS 4.3.1 JBed with redsn0w rc 15
06-25-2011, 11:25 PM #2
You could try SAM (from Cydia repo http://repo.bingner.com), hit the "De-activate" button, then re-plug into iTunes, but I don't know if that'll work with an iPod.
(This is a most unusual scenario, must say).
06-25-2011, 11:38 PM #3
Yeah that's exactly what I thought, from what i've found, this seems to be an iphone only problem...
Well I seemed to have fixed it by installing push doctor...
Last edited by sharpenednoodles; 06-26-2011 at 12:34 AM.
06-26-2011, 05:07 AM #4
On Cydia, try install Push Fix. That may resolve the Push Notifications and YouTube problem.
Source Name: iPhoneModding
- You can either find this in "More Sources"
- Or Type apt.iphonemodding.com
Then install Push Fix. Let me know If this fixes your problems. Because I have this on my iPhone and It works fine. Hopefully your does too.
06-27-2011, 07:17 PM #5
Push Doctor worked, however its a little weird considering i'm on an iPod Touch, which obviously hasn't been hacktivated, which usually is the cause of invalid certs :P