1. Yezzir

    Yezzir New Member

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    I got ICY when jailbreaking my ipod using redtool, but when I try to go in it, everything is blank, so I'll just stick with Cydia. How can I remove ICY?
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    iPodhacker2G New Member

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    hmm

    mabey Cydelete
  3. Brewstermax

    Brewstermax New Member

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    Hit the refresh button.

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  4. j0sh77

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    SSH into your iPod and go to /Applications and delete the folder called ICY.app

    Otherwise,
    Install MobileFinder from Cydia and do the same thing.
  5. Yezzir

    Yezzir New Member

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    Thanks josh. I'll try that.
  6. Nburnes

    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    To get it working go to Sources in Icy then Press Edit in the right hand corner, Then the + in the left hand corner and then press add all. And it will add all your sources from Cydia into it.
  7. gojohnnyboi

    gojohnnyboi Well-Known Member

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    RAWR. saurik, creator of the finest packaging port for iPhone ever, who is also on the iPhone-Dev team, and is smarter than the CIA (LOL) has spent ages creating a super stable port of APT to iPhone, as well as a very nice user interface for it, and you choose to use the crappy rewritten version of it, which saurik even advised against....?

    RAWR
  8. mitchell209

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    But it's faster...

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  9. Nburnes

    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    Hey I don't use it.

    Cydia is way more stable, better well know, and trusted?

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