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I jailbroke my device a while ago and im not use which jailbreak i have. I saw theres a 1.5.3 and was wondering if I should rejailbreak on top of
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    Default Rejailbreak or no?
    I jailbroke my device a while ago and im not use which jailbreak i have. I saw theres a 1.5.3 and was wondering if I should rejailbreak on top of it. Im wondering because ive been having random crashes but that could be related to an tweak i have installed. What should i do?

    If I should rejailbreak then do I just run the jailbreak tool on my phone the way you normally would jailbreak?

    Thanks!

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    If you are have issues, you need to restore the phone first before doing any re-jailbreaking. Do not jailbreak over an already jailbroken phone.

    Edit: You can go into Cydia and remove all tweaks you've installed yourself and see if the issue persists. If it does, then do the restore, if not then you're fine. I'm not sure what firmware version you're on...but if you're going to do a restore be sure you have SHSHs for anything below 6.1.3 if you plan on jailbreaking after the restore.

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    Remember, if you do restore your phone it will be running 6.1.3. un-jailbreakable.

    SH SH blobs are only going to help you if you have an iPhone 4 or lower

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    Is there a difference from disabling mobile substrate apps and uninstalling apps? Icleaner allows you to disable the apps.

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    Disabling and uninstalling produce the same effect. Of course disabling doesn't remove the app or tweak from the device. SBSettings will also conveniently disable mobilesubstrate tweaks or apps.

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