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    Default Is there anyway to get rid of White Apple logo without restore
    I am JB'd with Spirit JailBreak, 3.13, 3Gs

    I have been since May with NO problems

    This morning I went to ROCK and did some auto-update for SBSettings, Libhide, and 2 other apps... once the restart started I now get the White Logo, it wont go away, I tried running Spirit again no luck I get stuck on the clouds page with the spinning circle...

    is there any way to get out of this reboot loop with out restoring, I dont want to go to 4.0 yet.

    PLEASE HELP

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    Quote Originally Posted by BitchI'llKillYa View Post
    I am JB'd with Spirit JailBreak, 3.13, 3Gs

    I have been since May with NO problems

    This morning I went to ROCK and did some auto-update for SBSettings, Libhide, and 2 other apps... once the restart started I now get the White Logo, it wont go away, I tried running Spirit again no luck I get stuck on the clouds page with the spinning circle...

    is there any way to get out of this reboot loop with out restoring, I dont want to go to 4.0 yet.

    PLEASE HELP
    Do you have openssh installed ?

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    no
    I did do the shsh in ROCK though

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    Quote Originally Posted by BitchI'llKillYa View Post
    no
    I did do the shsh in ROCK though
    I guess you don't have it, openssh allows you to go into the phone and fix minor errors, like the last install of apps that screws it up. This will save you from restoring again. There is a file called com.apple.Springboard.plist. What I usually do is before I install anything from Cydia, I would back this file up onto my pc. If there is an error, just copy back this file onto your Iphone and also delete the respective **.app in the application folder so there wouldn't be any loose end.

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