BossTool v03.5 Won't relocate applications

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  1. celebi23

    celebi23 New Member

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    I've got BossTool v03.5 installed on my JB 1.1.4 iPod Touch. I tried relocating Ringtones, Applications and Fonts. The ringtones then changed to "Ringtones Already Moved". I tried moving the apps & I got the spinning wheel for a second & then the screen glitched up, not changing to "Apps already moved". Moving fonts was easy & it changed to "Fonts already moved". It now shows "108 MB free out of 300 MB on /
    15040 MB free out of 15184 MB on /var"

    I've only once been able to successfully relocate the applications out of about 6 times I've needed to restore/re-jailbreak to due errors. I've tried to restore & re-jailbreak to fix this error but, I keep getting this same error. I used the jailbreak procedure outlined below:

    I don't think that there are any errors in the way I jb my iPod Touch but, any help would be great.
  2. MegaMan

    MegaMan New Member

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    your suppose to move apps first
    btw the ipod touch doesn't have ring tones

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  3. x6blues

    x6blues New Member

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    No actually, you do fonts and ringtones first to see if it relocates those things.
    Also, it moves the folder, thus giving some space, small as it may be.

    This is a pretty common problem, I usually run into while jailbreaking various FW's , testing, and all that. Run the commands found here . In Winscp, it is crtl-t, or you can download Terminal or Putty. Reboot afterwards then install an app and it should work. gl

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    look in my signature for things to install, but the guide looks right

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  4. celebi23

    celebi23 New Member

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    Awesome, thanks. I was trying to find the manual commands to create the symbolic link for the apps folder. Will they work in the normal Terminal.app in OS X or would you suggest finding a SSH client app?
  5. micaheljcaboose

    micaheljcaboose Well-Known Member

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    You can add my manual guide. Just make sure you credit me

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    Hell, You can delete your first post and just replace it with this.... Your first post gives instructions that involve Rejailbreak, Restoring. Just a pain in the ass to do all that when you could do it with my short and awesome guide.
  6. x6blues

    x6blues New Member

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    Terminal is fine, but winSCP is pretty convenient
  7. jmiz9000

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    wat i do is relocate ringtones and then fonts and im good lol

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