SBSettings Help

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by finatk, Mar 15, 2009.

  1. finatk macrumors regular

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    I removed an app i had docked within SBSettings without removing it from the dock first which left a gap in the apps that i could not get rid of, so i decided to remove sbsetting and reinstall it.

    Only to realise that when i uninstalled sbsetting i forgot to un check all the icons i had hidden such as settings, winterboard, cydia ect so now stuck with a jailbroken iphone and no way to turn my wi-fi off or get back into settings / cydia.....i know DOH! rookie mistake. :rolleyes:

    Just wondering if there is a work around or if im going to have to restore and re jailbreak?? Any help much appreciated cheers in advance guys :)
     
  2. jimmy83 macrumors 65816

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    Sorry to jump in OP, but does anyone know what 'fix user dir permissions' and 'disable apple app killswitch' do?
     
  3. koollectablz macrumors 6502

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    Go into settings>general and enable restrictions, then go back into it again and disable them again, then all the stuff previously hidden will show up.

    Edit: oh hang on just realised you have settings hidden, forget it.
     
  4. finatk thread starter macrumors regular

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    I deserve a slap on the face for not looking hard enough, after 2 hours of uninstalling, restoring, re jail breaking, loading back ups, i re-install SBSettings to see clear of day in the top right hand corner a button titled.........dum dum dum "FIX BLANKS" :rolleyes: ahh well obviously i was tired from work and should of looked harder XD
     
  5. MistaBungle macrumors 6502a

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    Yeah if you had gotten rid of System Prefs, I don't know how, I think you would've had to use Cyberduck to get on the system and edit some file or something.

    Thankfully you didn't have to take that path.
     
  6. scootaru macrumors 6502

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    If your phone has the issue of not storing cookies properly you can use the 'fix user dir permissions' to change permissions to the var/mobile folder which will allow cookies to be saved. I had this problem when I first jailbroke. I had to keep signing in to websites even when navigating within the site.
     

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