deleted core folders from root !!

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  1. sagar13

    sagar13 New Member

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    hello

    I have landed into some trouble with my iPod touch.
    I was able to jailbreak it via blackra1n. It was doing all gud until i tried to restore my contacts (address book) and calender. I had backed up my contacts and calender events from the previous version of my OS 2.2.1. Basically, i had backed up these two folders:

    /var/mobile/Library/AddressBook
    /var/mobile/Library/Calender

    today, i replaced the original folders by these backed up ones and since then the ipod got f***ed up!! It is repetedly getting into safe mode and coming out of it....i cannot interfere with it anymore. this goes on till the battery dies out. when i charge it again, the same thing happens.

    so, if ur adddress book and calender is empty (as in u dont use it and dont have contacts saved), can u give me these two folders from ur device.(my email: kool_krish_2901@yahoo.com) am still able to ssh into the device when it goes in safe mode. replacing these folders would do the needful.

    well if not, then can you tell me some way to fix this?

    I dont want to restore and put all the apps in it all over again.

    regards
    sagar
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    Tkf1 Community Development Staff Member

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    Your gonna have to restore. It's the simplest way.
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    i know its the simplest and 'non-informational' way...but there just wanted to know if there was another way out...
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    Tkf1 Community Development Staff Member

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    Google and try and find the files.
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    Meikura Super Moderator Staff Member

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    We can't provide the files. Your best bet is to restore, as I don't think it'll be that easy finding those folders.

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