All installed apps not saving settings

Discussion in 'iPod touch Hacks' started by arl1989, Apr 6, 2008.

  1. arl1989 macrumors newbie

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    I have a handful of apps on my ipod including customize, snes4iphone books and a few others. Doesn't matter what i do in the setting when i hit home and reload program they haven't saved. Also in customize when i try to make change s to the theme nothing happens so i think the problems are connected.
     
  2. arl1989 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Well i actually just fixed the customize problem but i was wondering if there was a fix for the other problem of setting not saving.
     
  3. zjtan512 macrumors newbie

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    Yeah, I have the same problem. The settings for my installed applications such as stocks and weather don't save and I need to reenter them every time I need to use them: ie, after I press the home button and to back to these applications, I have to reenter my stocks and my city. (Btw, the drrtings for mail save) I think this problem is also affecting the functionality of my Summerboard: even though it says its active and I've downloaded the fixes, my themes still do not change. also,
    it is also affecting my music: for exampe, if I put it on shuffle and then urn my iPod on and off, the shuffle setting is off.

    Btw, I'm using an iPod touch running 1.1.4, jailbroorj with iliberty+

    If anyone could help both me and the author of this thread out, it'll be greatly
    appreciated
     
  4. kockgunner macrumors 68000

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    try setting the apps settings files to 755 or 777. Mobile finder on 1.1.3 didn't save my settings every time I quit but I just tweaked permissions and it worked. I'm not sure where the settings for stocks and weather are though since I'm not familiar with the OSX file system.
     
  5. pinoy10 macrumors member

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