iOS 3.1 Is there a way to 'fake' a reboot?

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  1. NegroNinja

    NegroNinja New Member

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    Okay I was wondering if there was a program or something I could use to 'fake' a reboot of my ipod because I hate downloading programs and then having to reboot my ipod and run blackra1n.
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    daconcerror Banned

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    if you could do you think people would still choose to be tethered?
  3. ChrisL

    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    Some people have said you can just respring instead, I haven't tried though, I just reboot. Plus, it's not like that many apps from Cydia require you to reboot.
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    respringing will suffice =)
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    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    Nope.
  6. Jacob

    Jacob Well-Known Member

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    No, there is no way as far as I know.
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    Chamilism New Member

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    Well I know respring works for winterboard. If you download winterboard, cydia tells you to reboot, just slide the sbsettings and click re spring and it's all good.
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    i would respring when it told me to reboot, install anything else i needed to install, and then reboot.
  9. Most of the time, you can just respring, especially if the package affects an app, or the springboard. Many times I have installed packages via Cydia and Rock and then it says you must reboot, and instead of doing that, I just hit the home button and open up sbsettings and respring and the package/app works as it should.
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    Why not just reboot? Is it really that hard to click a single button?

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