I found a good way to get into safe mode on your iPod/iPhone. Yes, I know there was already a thread about how to do this here, but my way is a lot more practical. Also, I know that if you have SBSettings, you can just click on the power menu and click safe mode. That works perfectly fine, however I removed SBSettings because it seemed my battery was draining quicker and/or my iPod was going slower, so this is a way to do it without SBSettings (I don't know that for a fact, it just seemed that way). Now, I'm sure someone will want to know "Why the heck do you want to get into safe mode?" Well, certain apps (like BIA or The Plateau) don't seem to work with the jailbreak, and I think it must be Winterboard or something. Anyway, this disables Winterboard and any other Mobile Substrate applications, which not only lets theses apps work, it makes your device go a faster. I got the actual idea from http://pimpmiphone.info/blog/tipstricks/how-to-manually-enter-safe-mode.html, but that involves typing a long command into Mobile Terminal every single time. So I found a better way: If you don't already have BossPrefs installed, go to Cydia and install it Open BossPrefs, and click on the top left button where it says "Config". You should on the screen that shows up, click "Add" in the top right corner. In the new window that appears, enter whatever you want the toggle to be called (I just call it Safe Mode) Now, in the start box you need to put the following text: Code: touch /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/com.saurik.mobilesubstrate.dat A way I found that kept me from having to type all that out was copying and pasting that into an email on my computer, saving it as a draft, and then downloading the draft onto my iPod. Then, you can open the email and use a copy and paste program like Clippy to copy that text and paste it into the box In the stop box, type: Code: killall SpringBoard (make sure you capitalize the "S" and "B" of "SpringBoard" I wasn't really sure what you are supposed to put in the process box, so I just put "Safe Mode" again. Click "Add" Now when you go back to the main screen of BossPrefs with all the toggles, you should see one called "Safe Mode" (or whatever you decided to call it). Tap on it to turn it on, and there should be a little spinning cursor for a little bit, and then it will be on. Next, tap it again to turn it off. This WILL cause SpringBoard to restart. It will appear that your device has frozen (it won't give you a spinning circle) but it hasn't, just wait a little while. Then, your lock screen should come up, and you are now in safe mode!