Even after the last Winterboard v0.9.3911 update in the beginning of March, I was still getting miscellaneous apps exiting. The symptoms were: 1. An App may immediately drop back to the Springboard right after being launched. 2. Apps wouldn't stay running in background even though there was plenty of memory in my iPhone5. Normally things would get killed as soon as the memory dropped below 512 Mb or so. 3. Scrolling down a long list of programs (like in Activator) would cause the program itself and all others to immediately drop back to the springboard. In the beginning, the app exits were few in number. Lately, they've become much more common that I was re-springing or rebooting my phone at least 3 times a day. Yesterday, it was found that by shutting off FolderEnhancer's "Cache Icon Images", the problems have basically gone away. For a comparison, two days ago, I had over 500 app exits: ckongs-iPhone:/var/log root# grep "^May 2.*Exited: Killed: 9$" syslog | wc -l 515 Today, I barely have 30: ckongs-iPhone:/var/log root# grep "^May 4.*Exited: Killed: 9$" syslog | wc -l 31 I'm one of those people that have over 500 apps on my phone. So, shutting off the caching is a bother as it takes a few seconds to bring up a really large folder. Anybody else seeing similar issues with FolderEnhancer's Icon Caching?