I really, really need help

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  1. traang

    traang New Member

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    I'm having big problems with my iPod Touch 2.2.1. I'm running an iMac..
    It started when I installed the software iNav, which includes Categories, so I made files and putted my stuffs in.. Then I used Poof, which hies the icons you don't want to show up. Then while using Categories, I felt that it was kind confusing, so I went on cydia and uninstalled it but those files are still remaining.. The Categories app icon disapeared so I looked over google how to get rid of the files. It said to ssh and delete, I sshed with cyberduck went on applications blablahh. I deleted it the two files (they were labeled). I went back on my springboard, it's still f***ing there. I touched on it, nothing in the file, and I touched the other one, same result. wth, did I just lost all my stuffs ?
    I rebooted my iPod Touch, but it's always stucked on that reboot image. Like every 10 minutes, it flashes white and restarts booting again ._. over and over..
    I'm sick of that, don't tell me the only way to fix that is to re-jailbreak it! ugh,
    I have important notes&files and it takes forever to sync in music. And other stuffs.. Right now it's still stuck on that reboot screen, with the loading round logo.
    HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. iZOMBii

    iZOMBii New Member

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    lol
    I think you have to restore it
    D:
  3. sbdxaric

    sbdxaric Member

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    Ugh, when you first get Categories, it tells you to read instructions. READ THEM!!!

    It says specifically: "Before you uninstall categories, dlete all the folders from within the app...."
    and more you should know. Restore, or ssh in and find a way to install categories again.
  4. Cokegod

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    Categories can be an annoying app, I personally hate it.
  5. ipodmail09

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    ouch the only way is to restore

    i feel sorry for you
  6. Jacob

    Jacob Well-Known Member

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    I would restore, that is all there is to do.

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