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    Question Flashing Screen / White Bars
    hey just wondering, but my ipod occasionally freezes while using certain apps such as screenshot, the square button thing bring me back to springboard, but the sleep/wake button does nothing and i can like go back to my apps and pick which one i want, but when i open the app, the touch doesn't work, then it freezes up, it doesn't turn off or sleep or anything, then i wait like 5 minutes and it flashes black and white.. and then on start up sometimes there's white bars on restart right after i slide to unlock... any ideas?
    aim: ryanalmightyy get at me

  2. #2
    Default Uninstall
    The problem IS Screenshot, it can mess up your Touch. You should uninstall before you have to restore it. It's been causing these problems for a lot of people, the program should be fixed or deleted. Try downloading Dock and using it's screenshot.

    After re-reading, I'm thinking you can't use anything in the first place. In that case you will have to restore.
    Last edited by bhart350; 2008-01-06 at 09:20 AM.

  3. #3
    just dont use any more, uninstalled, and use the one that is on
    now when the screen start to flashing like crazy bi@#$!#$ch, just hold the power botton, a couple minutes, in not saying to "restore" you ipod, just hold the POWER botton a few minutes till shut down, and try to go to installer and unistall it, if don't work doit it again and again, , i use to have the same problem with the screen start flashing and those white brars, and everything, so i did uninstalled and now is good...........

  4. #4
    Default Screenshot app > Frozen screen / How to?
    sorry for my frenchy english:

    got pissed off two times by this crappy app with a frozen screen and impossible to go to installer to uninsnstall it, so : here is a trick to take the bug off the iphone or touch and avoid a restore:

    - plug your iphone with cable.
    - on mac, use fugu or transmit to enter the ssh screen:

    there :
    go to applications/
    and delete the screenshot thing

    then go to /usr/bin/
    and delete the screenshot thing

    go to /Library/LaunchDaemons
    and delete the "nl.robota.iphone.screenshot.plist" ****!

    Push the "power on/off" iphone button
    switch off the red lockdown

    here you go : saved!


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    ricmac25 (2008-02-05)

  6. #5
    You're a lifesaver, you just saved 2 hours of my life. Thanks.

  7. #6
    I got out of that.
    I realized that the ipod still responds to SSH so I went to the screenshot app folder and removed all permissions then when I got into my homescreen I turned off the enable button and reapplied permissions.

    Worked for me.

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