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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by gravytrain84, Aug 19, 2010.
Whats the difference? Thanks
Respring will restart your SpringBoard while restart will restart the entire device.
Whats the difference? Is one better than another?
If you made changes to your SpringBoard, it's easier to just re-spring. If you installed a new app via Cydia, I recommend restarting.
Think of it being similar to the Log Off and Restart functions on your computer. One keeps the OS core running while one completely shuts it down before coming back.
What about refresh? Ive never figured out what that does
Where do you see that?
Understood, thanks allot
Refresh generally just reloads a page being displayed. Like F5 key for browser.
I know that..but what is the refresh in SBS used for?
It refreshes the status of the toggles. Sometimes SBS fails to update properly when settings are changed in Settings, etc. Refresh will make sure that the latest statuses are shown. I've sometimes, for instance, had the SSH toggle incorrectly display as on until I hit refresh.
Oh, ok cool. Thanks for clearing that up
Learned something new. Id never bothered hitting that.