I like to completely wipe my iPhone at least once a year; it's just an OCD thing. I've noticed that if I just uninstall tweaks on Cydia the regular way a lot of plist and dylib files don't get deleted (there are many more files that stay back but plist and dylib files are the most common ones I've noticed). I'm just curious, besides going through filesystem content and finding out where all the files are, is there another way I can basically just wipe my iPhone so that nothing from Cydia is left behind? And right now I'm manually going through the filesystem content for everything I've uninstalled via Cydia and I noticed that not all files that are installed are even listed there (this is very rare though). Strangely enough, I've even noticed a few App Store files that have stayed behind as well. Granted, these files take very little room on the phone itself. I'd appreciate any help at all. Thanks in advance.