Installer doesn't install

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  1. adm531

    adm531 New Member

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    this didn't happen on previous firmwares. Do i just not have enough space. How can i fix this without losing my current apps?
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    It's called BossTool and you should have installed it right after BSD SUbsystem. Use free disk space and move fonts, ringtones, and apps.
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    1.uninstall somethin u dont really want (u can always get it back)
    2.install boss tool
    3.go to boss tool and then u can free up disk space.


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    but pm me if it worked
  4. adm531

    adm531 New Member

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    If i download boss tools, will i lose my applications?
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    No, it just makes sumlinks so they are stored in the larger patition and it will stop your crashing!
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    I would +rep you all, but ...
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    Now i'm really stuck. I installed BossTools and relocated the fonts. When i tried to reopen the app after successfully moving fonts, the app kept closing. I restarted my ipod and now it get stuck on the apple logo with a frozen spinning wheel. Now i'm really tucked, right?
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    sounds like you gotta rejailbreak your iPod. This time just install bosstool right after and relocate fonts before you install anything else
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    Before you do that, if you can get in to your iPOD via SSH and manually Delete the App that caused the spinning wheel you may be able to reboot successfully. It may save you the trouble of jb again, and you can always do the symlinks manually if this works.
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    you need to restore, then rejailbreak.

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