help~recover from poof.app

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  1. ubunix

    ubunix Member

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    Hey,
    I installed "dock" about 10 minutes ago. I was excited because I can use this as an alternative for categories app. So once I put all my apps in the proper categories I installed "poof" to clear up my springboard. I hid the poof app. So I enter the dock pop up and I cant find poof or the other apps I hid!

    So long sorry short how can I get my applications to show on my springboard again?




    EDIT: Fixed ~ I installed a launcher as a replier suggested, Thanks!
  2. marko

    marko New Member

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    install somehting like launcher from cydia or installer and launch poof from there
  3. Fehr

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    Indeed the easiest way... but why the hell would you hide the application that hid everything. o______o

    This is an idiocy worthy of a restore.
  4. ubunix

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    Thank you very much, I dont know why I didn't think of that?
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    You don't even need a launcher, you can just toggle Restrictions on in Settings, then turn it off again.
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    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    how did it get messed up tho?
    i wanna reinstall poof, cause my springboard looks so messy

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    I hid everything apart from app store, I'm basically screwed. Springboard looks nice and clean though ahah
  8. ubunix

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    Really?

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