Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by EvanTDM, Mar 30, 2008.
it will move the ringtones and fonts but it wont move the applications.
Are you sure? Check under /var/
If they are there, then it worked.
ummmm my cuteFTP pro isnt working
^^nu, every time i've ever tried to use bosstool it moves the ringtones and fonts just fine
but when it gets to apps the little circley guy spins for a little bit and then blips a little and nothing happens
and it does that every time after, too
edit: wtf is with my typing today
gotta backspace every 3 seconds :<
exactly same thing is happening to me....fonts and ringtones moved fine but when i do apps the circle thing goes and it still has "Relocate Applications" on the bottom button
There's a fix to this, slighty involved but works great. Just make sure you get the spaces inserted where they are needed and input everything exact or you may have to restore your iPod. Here's the link..
These are the commands involved:
Try this from Term-vt100 or (preferrably) SSHing in:
mv /Applications /Applications-old
mv /private/var/root/Applications /private/var/root/Applications-root
mv /private/var/root/Applications-root/Applications /private/var/mobile/
ln -s /private/var/mobile/Applications /Applications
ln -s /private/var/mobile/Applications /private/var/root/Applications
rm -rf /Applications-old
rm -rf /private/var/root/Applications-root
chown -R mobile:mobile /private/var/mobile/Applications
chmod -R 755 /private/var/mobile/Applications
Power off the phone/iPod, power on. All your applications should be there and loading BossTool should now show 'Applications already moved' and you having a decent amount of space free.
I use CuteFTP and i am not sure exactly how to input those commands.
Also when I connect to my ipod from CuteFTP I get an error saying something about a "host key," and I accept to connect to it even though it explains that I could be subjected to a "man-in-the-middle" attack. But then I get another error that asks "Do you want to change the host key on disk (yes/no)?" Is it safe to click yes or will my ipod mess up?
Using SSH, I tried the commands as specified. Current Direction is /
At the 2nd command, mv /private/var/root/Applications /private/var/root/Applications-root,
there is an command fail message which says no such directory found. Did I do anything wrong? Is my current directory correct?
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