iOS 4.1 iOS actually ahve support for subfolders built in

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by Leonick, Oct 12, 2010.

  1. Leonick

    Leonick Member

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    Well believe it or not but it actually does.
    I just installed 4.1 and jailbroke it and then went ahead and restored from a backup, when the device restart i find several folders inside anther one, just like i had it before the update thanks to FolderEnhancer...

    Now if only they allowed us to move folders in to folders itunes and the device itself can obviously do it
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    amandureja New Member

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    when you restore from a backup, the folderenhancer files are still there. and yes the os does have support for it, but crapple is not adding it -.-
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    Certain cydia packages are designed to be immune to "restore from backup" for instances such as this. I suppose FolderEnhancer is one of them.
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    Nickmadkiller Well-Known Member

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    Thats because you restored with a jailbroken backup that caused it to do that while having that program in the backup.
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    now i just have to wait for folderenhancer to be available again :/
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    This is obviously like the custom carrier where it carries over.

    It's built into the software, just not activated by Apple.
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    Dang, just moved everything out of the folder but it's still there just empty, anyone have an idea on have to remove it?

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