Serious trouble with Categories.

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  1. pielover375

    pielover375 New Member

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    Ok, dudes, here's the dealiolio.

    I installed categories, and didn't like it, so I used Cydia to remove it. All my frigging apps are still in Categories, and new ones don't show up. This whole thing is making me suicidal. PLease help!
  2. RainbowKT

    RainbowKT New Member

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    download poof and unhide it
  3. pielover375

    pielover375 New Member

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    What is this "poof"?
  4. RainbowKT

    RainbowKT New Member

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    it givesu the ability to hide and unhide applications
  5. hotfuzz

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    or just go into "more" in sbsettings, lets you do the same thing
  6. DJ0ker

    DJ0ker New Member

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    DOwnload bosspref I find it easy to use
  7. Bubalooshi

    Bubalooshi Active Member

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    Yes, you can use Poof to get them back.
    SBSettings also does the same thing if you do not want to install it.

    I strongly recommend you UNpoof your applications when going through a restore or something of the type.... I forgot to do so when I un-jailbroke and all of my applications were hidden on an unjailbroken iPod X_X. Then I had to DFU and start all over.

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    Just go to settings- general- restrictions
    enable them, then disable them
    this should work
    even after you restore from a backup
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    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    Use SBSettings and then more then poof and make sure all apps are unchecked.
  10. 1YNQMWQVHZ

    1YNQMWQVHZ Active Member

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    Yeah, it lets you hide apps and games.
    The reason he told you to get it is because Categories hides them too, so you can un-hide them with poof.

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