Oh God! Invisible Apps!

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  1. raidersin2004

    raidersin2004 New Member

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    I upgraded to 3.0 today, and had 98% of my apps in "Categories" from BigBoss. Now when I update, to the 3.0 I have about 12 icons. The ones that weren't in Categories. I can't use spotlight to open my invisible apps, nor will Categories install so I can remove them from a category. What do you suggest?
  2. BigDaveyJ

    BigDaveyJ New Member

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    You need to be jailbroken, once you are, get App Flow. Only way to see your apps.
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    raidersin2004 New Member

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    Now I can't even get out of safe mode. 2.2.1 here I come again!!!
  4. DarkWrath

    DarkWrath Active Member

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    go into settings, enable restrictions, exit settings and then disable restrictions. You should now see you hidden apps. This worked for my.

    GD LUCK!!!

    (This works because the hiding of apps is based on the restrictions system).
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    101z0rz New Member

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    use sb settings or boss pefs to turn on visibility on ur apps again
  6. DarkWrath

    DarkWrath Active Member

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    oh i though he wasn't jailbroken. OK then just do that

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    raidersin2004 New Member

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    I am Jailbroken. But I am currently unable to get to my settings, or download anything from Cydia. HELP!
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    DarkWrath Active Member

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    have you tried icy?
  9. BigDaveyJ

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    Best bet- restore. No lie, you can't access Cydia, you can't access Settings, hate to break it to ya but from this aspect you have, you need to restore
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    have you tried accessing cydia in console mode over an ssh session?

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