My home button on my 3rd gen iPod touch is constantly triggering itself (quitting apps, turning on the lockscreen and draining battery, activating multitasking, setting off voice control when I have a headphone with a remote and mic plugged in, and anything else the home button can do) and it is extremely annoying. I was able to fix it (kinda) using IncarcerApp, which locks the device into any app after inputing a keystroke (in my case, pressing up then down on the volume keys) Tonight, I updated my jailbreak to 4.3.2, and I was annoyed to find out that IncarcerApp is not supported. I then found another workaround, but it's a bit buggy and annoying: I installed an app quitter sbsettings toggle (essentially a virtual home button) and used activator to remap the home button to disable/enable the data sbsettings toggle (I figured that would be a good toggle to choose since the iPod Touch doesn't utilize data) but every time the home button is supposedly pressed, the screen dims and a notification comes up saying "Data Enabled" or "Data Disabled". Does anyone know a way to fix this, or possibly make an activator gesture that is effectively useless (effectively disabling the home button?). Any other help or suggestions on fixing my issue are more than welcome and greatly appreciated. Thanks!