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Hi all, I've googled for the solution and searched within modmyi, but I can't seem to find any explanation for why my springboard crashes without fail when I drop an
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    Default iBlank placed on dock causes my springboard to crash
    Hi all,

    I've googled for the solution and searched within modmyi, but I can't seem to find any explanation for why my springboard crashes without fail when I drop an iBlank icon on it.

    I'm running iOS 4.1 on an iPhone 4. I have gridlock installed, as well as infinidock. I do have 3 themes active on my phone at the moment, but I've tried turning off all 3 themes and then placing an iBlank icon on my dock, but it STILL crashes springboard.

    EDIT: I've tried uninstalling gridlock and then placing the iBlank on my dock, but it still crashes my iPhone. So, it seems like it's not gridlock, infinidock, or the 3 themes that appear to be causing this crash.

    Anyone have any ideas as to why this is happening? Let me know please!
    Last edited by Jephre; 12-10-2010 at 04:04 PM.

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    *Bump* any ideas anyone?

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    Happens to me too but i dont have an i4 (3gs) or gridlock

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    If anyone needs it, a workaround is to but two iblanks in a folder, put the folder in the dock, and then use a transparent folder theme

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    Hey Andrew, thanks for the helpful reply! I'll try it out! Do you have a theme that will turn the entire folder transparent (including the borders?)
    Last edited by Jephre; 12-18-2010 at 11:49 AM.

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