iPod screen sometimes doesn't turn on / "Not Enough Memory"

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  1. Kayzo

    Kayzo Member

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    I got two issues.

    1. Sometimes, when I'm just using my iPod normally, I turn off my screen, but when I try to turn it back on, it doesn't. I press both the Home and Power buttons, but nothing works; I have to reboot it, and after I do that, the screen kinda flickers when I turn it on, although the latter goes away after a while. Any ideas?

    2. Lately, when I've tried to uninstall something by just pressing the "x" on the icon, I get the message "Not Enough Memory". I tried googling for an answer, but didn't come across anything. I have to respring to be able to uninstall that app. Any solutions?

    Thanks in advance.

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  2. mohaas05

    mohaas05 New Member

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    I'm going to take a wild guess here...you don't have enough free memory.

    You probably have a lot of MobileSubstrate extensions installed (Winterboard, SBSettings, etc.), either disable Winterboard themes or uninstall some of those extensions.
  3. NeSEncHo

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    1. Happens to me every now and then. Don't know why.
    2. Never seen that. Possibly what [above] said and/or maybe too many backgrounded applications(Safari, iPod, Mail, Backgrounder).
  4. Kayzo

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    No, I don't use backgrounder.
    It COULD be my widgets, (weather and time), but I've had them for a while, yet I only got the memory problem yesterday. Weird.

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