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  1. sneekerhead87

    sneekerhead87 New Member

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    I just jailbroke my iphone and rebooted wifi was working fine before jailbreaking but after rebooting cant find my wifi network. Any ideas? Thanks
  2. Cl8rs

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    Reset. Respring. Reboot. Restore and Re-jailbreak.

    I would go in that order.
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    sneekerhead87 New Member

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    also is it supposed to delete the app store from my springboard???
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    tktab911 New Member

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    Hello sneekerhead87.
    No your appstore shouldn't be deleted... You may have it hidden though.. lol. do what Cl8rs said.
    The 5 R's fixes all.... if it doesn't then msg Apple for a support request lol
    1.Reset
    2.Respring
    3.Reboot
    4.Restore
    5.Re-Jailbreak

    Also-- what are you using to jailbreak? and what firmware?
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    sneekerhead87 New Member

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    i used blackra1n for the 3.1.2 firmware also could u explain difference between reset-respring-reboot thanks appreciate the help...
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    As you wish...

    1. Reset (Computer)
    2. Respring (ipod/iphone (basically reboot it just it doesn't take as much time)
    3. Reboot (already said in #2)
    4. Restore (ipod/iphone)
    5. Rejailbreak...
    BTW, what OS do you have?
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    Gershmer Active Member

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    You guys got the R's all messed up.

    1. Respring
    2. Reset all Settings
    3. Reboot
    4. Restore
    5. Rejailbreak
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    tktab911 New Member

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    What "settings" are we resetting?
    If your reboot & restoring there's no setttings to change on the ipod/iphone because they'll be erased back to default anyways.

    Only settings i can think of is either running in compatability mode, or on XP, disableing advanced text services...
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    Gershmer Active Member

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    Reset all settings in the Settings app on the device

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    tktab911 New Member

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    well lol,
    if your still rebooting and restoring, does that not clear those out back to default anyways? I understand that as a FIRST step, and rejailbreaking but thats like 8-9 R's lol might as well throw in a 10th and say Return ipod/iphone to apple b4 your warranty runs out so you get a BRAND NEW PHONE! xD

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