Dang It!!!!!

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  1. Freefall

    Freefall New Member

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    Hey,

    Here is my current annoying problem

    I am running 1.1.2 JB iPod Touch, and i used catagories to hide a lot of my apps, now when i made an app go into catagories it suddenly made all of the apps hide. BUT i know that you can use winSCP to run apps but i turned winSCP off from my ipod to save power, so now i cant login and i cant see the icons, i do have Total Commander Installed can u run apps that way....

    Cause i really dont wanna restore again...!!!!

    Thanks Tons,

    Freefall
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    Freefall New Member

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    wait i think i have just though of something, when i double tap i can then access music so... if i make my ipod go to customize when i double tap then boom!

    Im testing now
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    Restore that lol
  4. RedrumsSam

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    OK, SSH into your ipod, find the NA45.plist and delete it. now move your icons around with customze. restart. your icons should be back.

    edit: you could use total commander to delete it too.
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    Is it even safe to delete the NAP45.plist?
  6. Freefall

    Freefall New Member

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    thanks for all of these suggestions, I just ended up backing up with total commander then restoring!

    Then hard jailbreaking 1.1.4 with ZiPhone

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