iOS 4.1 now that Rock is gone how do i get my install list

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  1. m-man

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    now that Rock is gone, and i have updated to 4.1, how do i get all my previously installed JB apps back. in rock you could just restore a backup.
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    I heard that all the backups got moved to cydia, maybe if you look on there it will say something
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    thats what i thought too, but i dont see anything
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    aptbackup
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    I do not believe that the backup feature has made it's way to Cydia yet.

    Looks like you get to do what all of us boring people that care about safety and stability have been doing forever, reinstalling every package individually.

    I kid about the safety and stability part, but using Rock was honestly not safe.
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    I dont know, i think it was more like Saurik says it was unsafe, people hear about it, they tell other people about it, and it becomes the 'truth'. I never had any issues with rock, it ran very smooth compared to cydia and it didnt crash as often
  7. m-man

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    what is the name of the cydia app that automatically ends the app you are in when you close it (so it doesnt get stuck in the task manager)
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    Backgrounder can do it but it hasn't been updated for 4.1 yet. MultiCleaner uses Activator to close apps and has an option to remove them from the multitasking bar, it isn't free though. Remove Recents gets rid of anything that doesn't support iOS 4 multitasking or isn't running in the background via Backgrounder.

    I would suggest a combination of Background and Remove Recents so you can control exactly what runs in the background and shows up in the multitasking bar.
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    thank you it was 'remove resents' that i was thinking of

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