Ok here's the situation. Being a 15-year-old male with strict parents, my dad thought it would be necessary to restrict Safari from my iPod. Now, obviously this didn't do much, since there are other FREE browser apps at the App Store, which I paid a visit to and got Aquari (you HAVE to get this... search it). I jailbroke my iPod Touch 2G about... a week ago? Since then I've gotten several packages, one of them being the Categories app which allows you to place apps in folders and removes them from the springboard. A little "glitch", I would call it, in the app allows you to see apps from a drop down menu that may or may not actually be on your springboard, such as "DemoApp" (which, as you guessed it, is for iPods on display) and "iPod" (Which is the iPod app for iPhones). I also discovered that, even though Safari is restricted on my iPod, Safari is on the list. Feeling sneaky, I decided that if I ever wanted to use Safari I would add it with Categories and then remove it when I didn't need it anymore. So, one day I decided to take my first glance at Safari. Nothing more interesting that Aquari. When I was done, I went and removed it from Categories, however... It appeared on my springboard after I removed it from the folder. I guessed that maybe adding it with Categories may have taken off restrictions... well it didn't. Now the only option I have is keep it in a Categories folder and change the icon to make it look like a game. I even renamed it to "Base Defender", moved it into my "Games section" of my springboard, and toggled the text under all icons "OFF". THEN I went and got SBSettings, which allows you to hide icons. My "Base Defender" folder, including Safari, has Aquari, Cydia, apps that I got from Cydia, and a few apps that I would prefer my parents didn't see Please Register or Log in to view images. So I went and hid the entire folder. Still, I'm not satisfied. The final question comes down to: How can I completely remove Safari from my springboard without uninstalling Categories, restoring my iPod, or removing Safari from my filesystem (GASP!)? I really don't want to just hope my dad doesn't slide his finger across the status bar.