iOS 3.1 No SpringBoard data saves on repring

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  1. robertomano24

    robertomano24 Member

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    No matter what happens (using winterboard, moving icons, etc.) nothing changes on a respring. Stacks wouldn't save (deleted stacks), winterboard doesn't even repring once you click the home button, and when it finally reprins, nothing changes...even icons I moved around. Is this a common error with a fix that I don't know about? or is this sometihng no one else knows about? Am willing to try any solutions -except restore-.
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    second thing i did. even reinstalling winterboard does nothing. on uninstall then fresh instaLL.
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    then i think you need to restore. just dont restore from backup or the problem might keep occurring.
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    no other ideas?
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    try removing winterboard, rebooting then reinstaling winterboard
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    did that too

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