Reinstalled customize and now changes don't apply

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  1. poombster

    poombster New Member

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    I installed customize.app and then accidentally deleted it but all my settings stayed the same. When I reinstalled customize.app and now try to change my settings and save them they really don't go into effect. I've tried saving them and then restarting the touch as well as reinstalling customize.app again. How do I fix this? Thanks.
  2. pattyadams

    pattyadams New Member

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    Maybe uninstall customize, use iorder to orgnize them and then retry installing customize....don't really know if it will work but it's all I can think of at the moment.
  3. ojx

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    if you want to use customize to reorder the icons, just edit the customize file with a hex editor and change the M68 to a N45, then save then rewrite it.
  4. BlazeEdwin

    BlazeEdwin New Member

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    Why you guys dont understand.. People want to hide the icons..
    iOrder cant do it but rSBT can do it

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  5. poombster

    poombster New Member

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    I feel like an idiot. I just realized I forgot to replace customize.app with the hexed version. I just did it and it works fine. Thanks though!
  6. SkylarEC

    SkylarEC Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Right, but rSBT can't do anything of the sort without hex editing it first. The reason is that it saves all changes to the M68AP.plist file which is the iPhone equivalent of the iPod's N45AP.plist. So the advice about hex editing Customize was completely relevant.

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