Help! Stupid app kinda killed my ipod

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  1. JonSingh12

    JonSingh12 New Member

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    HEy guys i need some help i installed screenshots.app and i can no longer use my ipod it rebooted and the screen just flashed. I can access my ipod however in total command i can accesss all my files and stuff so i want to know if anyone can help me out on what i should changed. I already tried to delete the app and it deleted however it still has this problem when i try to boot the device up.

    Is there any file i can edit so i'll be able to enable the ssh like a plist file to edit to enable ssh please help. I don't want to restore and there should be a method besides restoring everytime something happens.

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    YES fixed it with out a restore or an update. I downloaded the new 1.30 from their website and replaced the lauchdemon files in /library/launchdemons/ and did a reboot and it worked like a charm

    First thing on the agenda:
    DELETE SCREENSHOTS.APP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    done all through total command man what could i do without that program ! just amazing i manage to get around restoring 5 times by finding a solution. =)
  2. Nevermind42592

    Nevermind42592 New Member

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    I know you said you don't want to, but just restore. you're better off in the end.
  3. Joseph

    Joseph Retired Moderator

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    Uhm don't restore yet... I had the same problem, just hold the home and the hold button for a while, when the screen is flashing... that should fix it..
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    i did that it just causes it to reboot and go back to the flashing screen
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    Holy $#!T i just had the same problem!!!!! everything kept flashing.
    but i just restored it cuz thats the only thing i could do.
    now i have to reinstall everthing, it sucks!

    stupid screenshot app!! ahahahahah!
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    just googled the site for screenshot and you may be able to do a hard boot
    home button/connect to computer. looks to be a problem with dock.app compatiblity. Don't restore, theres gotta be a way. Search on screenshot.
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    JonSingh12 New Member

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    still waiting off on the restore i'm using total commander to backup all my apps
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    i had that same problem. I think that the screenshots messed it up and caused it to keep flickering.
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    Joseph Retired Moderator

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    Yeah, the problem occurs when you leave Screenshot.app on when shut down the iPod =/
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    JonSingh12 New Member

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    YES fixed it with out a restore or an update. I downloaded the new 1.30 from their website and replaced the lauchdemon files in /library/launchdemons/ and did a reboot and it worked like a charm

    First thing on the agenda:
    DELETE SCREENSHOTS.APP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    done all through total command man what could i do without that program ! just amazing i manage to get around restoring 5 times by finding a solution. =)

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