I installed this 2 days ago and no more random respring. Moreover with this tweaks i have more free ram so test by yourself and see ;)
If you ever go to install a tweak in Sileo and it says the tweak is “untrusted” or whatever you can do this to install it. As root in a terminal type:1. apt-cache search nameOfTweakIt will display the name of the tweak as Apt sees it2. apt-get install nameOfTweakAptSeesIt will ask if you want to install the tweak without verification. 3. Type yThe tweak will now install. Afterwards type:4. uicache -r This will quick respring like Sileo does after tweak installation. Enjoy your “unverified” tweak!
After several investigations about the 700MB that diskpie points to com.apple.MobileSMS cache I looked everywhere trying to find that folder and finally it turns out that it is Store in Smileys under PluginKitPlugin Data And it is full of Bitmap cache even though i didn't use it at all So deleting it freed up 700MB from my storage You might have the same problem To check it Go to /var/mobile/Containers/Data/PluginKitPlugin/ And scroll down until you reach Messages smileys or something like thatOpen the folder and go to library/caches And you will see Com.apple.mobileSMS/Folder Press on the ¡ next to it and check its size
As the title says. If you backup a jail broken iOS device and then decide to set up a totally new one using said backup you’re probably going to have a bad time. What you want to move over can be done later or via other channels. If you do try it you may hit an Apple ID/server authentication failed error that I was only able to solve by going to the next OS. Thankfully I didn’t really care about staying on 10.3 with that device. I know I knew better but was in a hurry and it ended up costing me many hours in trouble. It must have something to do with it trying to carry over tweaks and whatnot. And a “fresh” device is better anyway.
Force3DAppShortcuts* use it on springboard it works as promised. Peek-a-Boo can be used in apps and other places where Force3DAppShortcuts doesn't work.
There is a reason why apple has hidden some of those apps, do this at your own risk.Install [[systeminfo]] and go to settings > general > about > Applications. Then select your Application and press the blue launch button.
My issue wasn't necessarily the tweak itself, but instead the app I chose to replace my Today page. I was using Yahoo Weather. The app must have been constantly running, updating and eating ram because I was having kernel panics and freezes every day. Most of the time, my phone would freeze right after I unlocked it. Usually multiple times a day.I updated Uncover to several new versions, even downgraded to b49 and downgraded my jailbreak resources and the issue was still persistent. So, I knew that the issue was probably a tweak.After I turned off Konban, all my issues were resolved. Maybe this information will help you If you are having these same issues and are using Konban.