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wildonrio

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Aug 15, 2008
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Installed Iconoclasm which caused safe mode immediately. I uninstalled it but no respring will get me out of safe mode. If I'm sure iconoclasm caused it, and uninstalling it isn't the fix, then what else can I do?
 

thelatinist

macrumors 603
Aug 15, 2009
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Connecticut, USA
Install Crash Reporter from Cydia. Open it, install the suggested package. Reboot. Open Crash Reporter. Open the crash report for Springtomize. Find out what thread crashed. See what subprocesses are in that thread. Report back.
 

wildonrio

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Aug 15, 2008
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Install Crash Reporter from Cydia. Open it, install the suggested package. Reboot. Open Crash Reporter. Open the crash report for Springtomize. Find out what thread crashed. See what subprocesses are in that thread. Report back.

Thanks for offering assistance. I got up until "Open the crash report for Springtomize" (which I assume you meant Iconoclasm). There are no reports in the app. It's just blank.
 

darricksailo

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Dec 18, 2012
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Thanks for offering assistance. I got up until "Open the crash report for Springtomize" (which I assume you meant Iconoclasm). There are no reports in the app. It's just blank.

Can you show a screenshot of what it looks like to you?
 

wildonrio

macrumors 6502
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Aug 15, 2008
435
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IconSupport is also downloaded with iconoclasm and that is your main issue.

Delete it, reboot- and you should be all set.

I was very hopeful for your suggestion as it seemed logically correct. I checked, however, and IconSupport was not included with Iconoclasm. Here is what I have installed:

BigBoss Icon Set
Cydia Installer
Cydia Substrate
Cydia Translations
evasi0n 7.x Untether
GBC.emu
iFile
MD.emu
NES.emu
OpenSSH
RetroArch
Snes9x EX+
SpringBoard Access
Substrate Safe Mode
 
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darricksailo

macrumors 601
Dec 18, 2012
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I was very hopeful for your suggestion as it seemed logically correct. I checked, however, and IconSupport was not included with Iconoclasm. Here is what I have installed:

BigBoss Icon Set
Cydia Installer
Cydia Substrate
Cydia Translations
evasi0n 7.x Untether
GBC.emu
iFile
MD.emu
NES.emu
OpenSSH
RetroArch
Snes9x EX+
SpringBoard Access
Substrate Safe Mode

What did you have set for your view settings? User?
 

wildonrio

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Aug 15, 2008
435
7
What did you have set for your view settings? User?

Yes. Appreciate your help by the way!

I switched it to Hacker and there's a lot more stuff in there now...all in Cydia/Telesphoreo so all of it necessary I assume.
 
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braddick

macrumors 68040
Jun 28, 2009
3,909
994
Encinitas, CA
I was very hopeful for your suggestion as it seemed logically correct. I checked, however, and IconSupport was not included with Iconoclasm. Here is what I have installed:

BigBoss Icon Set
Cydia Installer
Cydia Substrate
Cydia Translations
evasi0n 7.x Untether
GBC.emu
iFile
MD.emu
NES.emu
OpenSSH
RetroArch
Snes9x EX+
SpringBoard Access
Substrate Safe Mode

You have to view it in 'expert' (top right on the Cydia page) instead of 'simple'.
It will show up then.

At minimum, under 'search' look for it and it will also tell you if it is on your device (it'll state, 'modify' in the upper right).
 

wildonrio

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Aug 15, 2008
435
7
You have to view it in 'expert' (top right on the Cydia page) instead of 'simple'.
It will show up then.

At minimum, under 'search' look for it and it will also tell you if it is on your device (it'll state, 'modify' in the upper right).

It worked. You saved me hours of headaches restoring my iPad. Do you have a PayPal or something I could support you? Thank you!

By the way, this is why jailbreaking seems to slowly destroy your device the more apps your try out: when you uninstall something but it still leaves behind traces of itself. Good grief, Iconoclasm developer and whoever else lets this happen.
 
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