Calendar HELP!!!!!

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  1. duque

    duque New Member

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    Hi, I need help from you guys, I have jailbreaked my iPod but it still doesn't show the "add" button on my calendar, it shows everything: Mail, Google maps, Stocks.... but, not the add button on my calendar,. Can anyone give me a hand with this please!

    Thanks...

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  3. duque

    duque New Member

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    Thankss, but the thing is that he uses pc, and some of his programs are .exe and wont work on my mac. Do you have another way??
  4. music4life

    music4life Active Member

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    In installer under tweaks, there should be a "calendar fix" or something like that...download that and you should be good to go!

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  5. duque

    duque New Member

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    I have the istaller but i dont see that option, I have:...productivity, network, sources, system, themes, wallpapper.... No calendar fix

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    Where can i find the new calendar file shown in that tutorial?
  7. Creambun007

    Creambun007 New Member

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    Hey there,

    I've got the same problem. I just recently jailbroke my touch. I'm using a mac system, and I've got maps, notes, stocks, etc... but the only thing I really wanted, the calendar edit option, is still locked. I am not a tech head at all. I've searched for hours for a solution, but whatever solutions I find have mostly to do with editing command lines, or renaming files using read/write whatchamacolits.

    Are these files on my ipod, or is there a folder on my computer that I'm supposed to access and change? Do I do the changes while using an app on the ipod, or to I have to somehow access my ipod from my computer?

    Thank you so much in advance!
  8. ali.bigolo

    ali.bigolo Member

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    Download this file, then go to /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app using winscp or a similar application and replace the existing N45AP.plist (changing the permission to 755) And that should sort you out.

    Note: It has my own application order though, I hope you don't mind it

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    http://[PIRACY.rs].com/files/65452558/N45AP.plist
  9. takpon

    takpon New Member

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    Oh!!! it very nice....
    Thanks Mr. ali.bigolo
  10. ali.bigolo

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    No problem ma8.

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