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    Default BigBoss Recommended Tools crashing Touch 1G
    If I install BigBoss Recommended Tools on a Touch 1G w/ FW 3.0, after a reboot all I get is the Apple logo. Anyone know a way to fix this with out reloading the FW? What about which app in the package is causing this?

    Thanks.

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    can u ssh in to ur Touch?? if u can then u can remove it from terminal..bt first u have to be able to ssh..

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    Also you may try pressing the home button and the shut button and hard restart it, and maybe it works, and like what factro_ said trying ssh into you touch.

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    The hard restart does not work. I did not try SSH this time, but I believe I did a few months back the last time I tried to install the recommended tools....Not sure.

    Either way...I have reloaded it and JB it to 3.1.1.

    Something in the The BigBoss Recommended Tools (just a dependency list) Package is deffinatly the cause. I have reloaded the FW before and just installed this package to have it crash.

    I guess I'll do a better job of backing up configs and such going forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReaperT View Post
    The hard restart does not work. I did not try SSH this time, but I believe I did a few months back the last time I tried to install the recommended tools....Not sure.

    Either way...I have reloaded it and JB it to 3.1.1.

    Something in the The BigBoss Recommended Tools (just a dependency list) Package is deffinatly the cause. I have reloaded the FW before and just installed this package to have it crash.

    I guess I'll do a better job of backing up configs and such going forward.
    sorry to hear he lost everything and have to restart doing everything, but your back on the ipod

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