iPhone 4S Stucked on apple logo after using Icleaner

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by Sohil, Oct 8, 2013.

  1. Sohil macrumors newbie

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    It all happened Because i wanted to get some space in the System partition...

    I was desperately trying to get some space in system partion.. Used Icleaner... removed images, langugaes, moved font to var through it... everything seem fine till then ... then i went to the little + sign at the bottom right of ICleaner... then it suddenly crashed

    i Tried opening cydia and it started crashing... so i quickly rebooted my device...
    Since then its stucked with Apple logo...

    P.S.
    Itunes Detects the phone ...
    My computer also detects the phone...

    IPhone 4S (iOS 6.1)
    Jailbroken (Using evasi0n)

    I just dont want to update to ios 7 and lose my jailbreak... please help...

    I tried Hard reset.. the volume trick.. none of them worked...
    and also one weird thing.. when i connect my fone to computer , it keeps making the "Charge noise" continuously....

    Plz help...:'(
     
  2. BumpyFlatline macrumors 68030

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    Sorry to hear that. That's not fun. I don't have much advice but I had a similar situation (not due to iCleaner but something else). I'm curious, do you use bytafont to change fonts? Just wondering because I have done everything you just listed EXCEPT the moving of fonts. I never did this because I used bytafont and was always afraid that the tweak was never updated to be compatible with moving the fonts to a different location using iCleaner. I always assumed that would break my device.

    If you use bytafont, you can try using a symbolic link using iFunBox to point the fonts back to the original location. This should work. Bytafont is trying to load the font package and fails. If you can see the device with ifunbox that would be the first thing I would try. Obviously this is useless advice if you don't use bytafont. Good luck.
     
  3. Slumpey macrumors regular

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    try letting the battery drain, then connect and try all of the above. I had a similar thing happen (not thru ICleaner) and went this route and was able to hard boot into recovery. It was itunes recovery and had to restore to IOs 7.0. However, I did NOT proceed any further. I still had Itunes v11.05 installed and downgraded back to untethered version IOS 5.1.1.

    This may not work, but I was desperate to at least get my phone working
     
  4. Fission macrumors regular

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    Sounds like part of the jailbreak code got deleted...
     
  5. Sohil thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Hey guya.. Thanks for your replies...!!

    @BumpyFlatline.. well buddy i dont use the bytafont...Thanks anyways..

    @Slumpey.. i will definitely try that... But all your suggestions suggests to a restore.. since i hava an iPhone 4S, i dont think i can downgrade... :(

    @Fission... Any Help you can give... p.s. i can access all of my files (using itools).. so if you can plz...


    Guess its all part of a bad day...!!!
     
  6. Sohil thread starter macrumors newbie

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    @BumpyFlatline.. well buddy i dont use the bytafont...Thanks anyways..

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    @Slumpey.. i will definitely try that... But all your suggestions suggests to a restore.. since i hava an iPhone 4S, i dont think i can downgrade...

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    @Fission... Any Help you can give... p.s. i can access all of my files (using itools).. so if you can plz...
     
  7. Slumpey macrumors regular

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    true. try at least letting the battery drain. it may reboot correctly.
     
  8. Sohil thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Here is The Crash Log i was Able to extract through Itools
     

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  9. honam1021 macrumors regular

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    Try to put your device in safe mode by holding the vol up button while the device is booting. If your lucky you maybe be able to uninstall bytafont in Cydia or restore the iCleaner backup if you have one to get it too boot again.
     
  10. HankHowdy macrumors 68040

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    Running Evasi0n again always solves this problem for me.
     

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