Hello everyone, So I have a jailbroken iPhone running on 4.3.1 and it's great. Tonight, however, I ran into a small issue that almost ruined my night. I had installed Barrel, Five Icon Dock, Multifl0w, among others via hack repo, and I was playing around with the phone to see if everything worked. So I lock the phone but then immediately press the home button to turn it on again as I remembered I wanted to read an email, and the phone shut me off. Then all I would get was the Apple logo. I would try to turn the phone off, but all it did was shut off and it would bring back the Apple logo. I thought it was bricked. I read that to restore it I should connect it to iTunes holding the home button and that's what I did. "Oh god," I thought, "a restore. There goes my night." The issue was that iTunes prompted me to download 4.3.2. "Might as well," I thought. So it's about 20% downloaded when suddenly my phone vibrates twice, as if iTunes just detected it. iTunes lets me know that there are new apps on my phone and if I want to sync them to iTunes. So I let it do it's thing and when it's finished, I push the home button and my lock screen is there! Everything! Lockinfo, all my apps, contacts, everything. And to think I was about to restore the whole damn thing! As of right now, the phone is working fine and I'm happy that I didn't have to go through the nightmare of erasing everything and putting it back the way it was. My question is, obviously something went wrong, but what? Why did my phone suddenly "quit" and just show me the Apple logo? Was I playing around with it too much and it just gave out? It took a good 15 minutes of it being plugged in, at least, for iTunes to recognize it as my phone. When I initially plugged it in, it just recognized it as "iPhone" and with no other options but to restore it. Then, like I said, the phone vibrated and iTunes suddently recognized it. For what reason did this happen? And most importantly, what precautions can I take to assure that this doesn't happen again? Thanks.