App Store apps disappear after reboot?!

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Loves2spoon, Aug 31, 2010.

  1. Loves2spoon macrumors 65816

    Loves2spoon

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    Now that I have your attention... I had 2 pages of apps on my iPhone. I did a reboot holding the power and home button like I always do very so often. Phone came back on and all 3rd party apps are gone off my phone!

    One other time before this when I did a reboot it gave me the apple logo with the spinning wheel inside it and wouldn't boot up.

    I was jailbroken on 4.01 the 1st day but have done multiple dfu restores since than. Shouldn't it be working perfect?
     
  2. Loves2spoon thread starter macrumors 65816

    Loves2spoon

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  3. jamied95 macrumors 6502

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    Have you synced them back across from your computer or something?

    How about ditching the jailbreak and going to 4.0.2? It's better than having no apps surely?
     
  4. Loves2spoon thread starter macrumors 65816

    Loves2spoon

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    I am on 4.02, 2 other iPhones in the house that don't do this after reboot.
     
  5. jamied95 macrumors 6502

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    Sorry, I misunderstood, you haven't turn them off in Restrictions in Settings or something as simple as that (it's happened to me...) have you by accident? Or it having not synced right? Have you done a restore as new? I'm clutching at straws - I'm guessing :confused:
     
  6. liquid85 macrumors member

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    Check your "other" storage amount in iTunes. This happened to me the other day. My apps all disappeared and my other storage jumped up to 5 gigs. Somehow my apps got lost on the phone and when I put them back on i had copies of every app. I had to ssh into the phone and delete the copies. I still don't know why it happened though. Check your "other' storage.
     

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