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Thread: .Apps On Fw 2.1 Will not show in SpringBoard

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    Default .Apps On Fw 2.1 Will not show in SpringBoard
    Since i upgrade Fw 2.1 any .app that i manually install via ssh Will not show in SpringBoard Does any body now how to work this around. Thanks

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    Did you have categories or dock installed? If so just install poof and turn them back on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markass321 View Post
    Did you have categories or dock installed? If so just install poof and turn them back on.
    Thanks 4 ur help, but yes i try that n still does not show

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    Are you sure they are going in the right location?

    Reako

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    i'm also having the same problem as fernandorinto
    i put the apps in the /application folder
    and it doesnt show
    i reset and everything
    and nothing seems to work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reako View Post
    Are you sure they are going in the right location?

    Reako
    Yes im,(root/Applications) when i open "poof" i can c at there but they just don't show in my SB so i try to hide it with "poof" N then unhide it but still they just dont show in the SB

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    I posted the solution a few days ago here. And contrary to one person's paranoid opinion, it does NOT brick your phone (see my response a few posts down in that thread).

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    Apple uses "%@" as a wild card in their Plists. Instead of making the Plist add each application one by one, you simply put %@ in the proper place on the Plist for the springboard to accept all applications.

    I have attached an image of a section in the Springboard strings Plist as an example. Notice the wildcard is used for a universal symbol to accept anything that is within that value.
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