How to make iphone sms and phone app not crash

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by Muxir, Oct 18, 2007.

  1. Muxir

    Muxir New Member

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    I downloaded the apps from somewhere on the forum when i put into my ipod the folder permissions was set to 0755 but the files inside were not. To make the SMS and Phone app not crash set all the file permissions inside the folder to 755 everything in the folder is set to 644 i think. Change everything inside the folder and restart your ipod and you should be able to run it no problem
  2. Bennoo

    Bennoo New Member

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    HOw do you make a sms?
  3. Muxir

    Muxir New Member

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    you cant... i guess its just for show?
  4. FamousLastMCRmy

    FamousLastMCRmy New Member

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    SMS requires an iPHONE not an iPOD. How would you like to send SMS or make phone calls without a cell phone?
  5. brandon311

    brandon311 New Member

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    If you install these and push the app buttons what happens.
    Like if you touch the SMS or Phone Button?
  6. pchuownsu

    pchuownsu New Member

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    does this work?
  7. 1337chaos

    1337chaos Well-Known Member

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    i installed the phone and sms apps from day 1. the apps work just fine, you just cant make calls or send SMS messages.
  8. nintendodude

    nintendodude New Member

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    i installed the Phone app on mine and it ran just dandy, the SMS app doesnt show up on the springboard, though.

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