Calendar cannot be edited after replacing N45AP.plist

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  1. oscar46485001

    oscar46485001 New Member

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    I have replaced the file N45AP.plist from the iphone application to system/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app as stated in the instruction, I have tried for many times, and tried to download that file in different sources, but it still not working.
    Also I tried to follow others that download the calendar patch from installer, however I cannot find it.

    Is there something wrong with my procedure?
    Could someone help?
  2. Complexis

    Complexis Retired Moderator

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    Sometimes apps to not work until springboard is restarted. Try that.
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    oscar46485001 New Member

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    Thanks for your help,
    but it's the same as before....my touch everything work fine with other iphone application but only calendar..it is very frustrating...
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    maybe you try the "calendar fix" from the installer. it worked fine for me.
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    oscar46485001 New Member

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    I just cannot find the calendar fix patch from installer...I saw some people said it is in the category of System, but I just cannot see it
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    It's definitely in there. Did you install Community Sources/Services (I forgot what it was called)? I just installed the fix today, so I'm certain it's there.
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    i have same problem.
    1. i install the installer.app (low version), also install the calendar fix ,
    it worked after fix. but...

    2.after restart my touch, i found installer.app can be updated, so i updated it.
    after i updated installer, i can't find the calendar fix , some one told me need to install the community sources,ok, i installed, but i still can't find it,

    3. i can't find the calendar fix, so i download the N45AP.plist to relpace it, but it still can't work...

    i refresh the installer for many time, i can't see calendar fix anymore...
    do anyone can tell me how to slove it?
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    snakedoc12 New Member

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    If you installed calendar fix, it won't show up in the Installer. Check the Uninstall tab to see if the calendar fix is there. Also the fix won't show up on the homescreen or anything as a seperate program. You'll see the change when you enter the Calendar app. On the upper right corner there's the "+" button to add dates and events into the calendar.
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    oscar46485001 New Member

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    I think my situation is even worst than you, I have never seen a patch called "calendar fix".

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