Spinning Wheel of Death

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  1. eLBr0oKeR

    eLBr0oKeR New Member

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    I had just installed FullForce for my iPad but on respringing, I've hit the wheel of death. I know I can probably fix it by hard restoring but I'll have to restore to 3.2.2. Ergh! The thing is though, when I plug it in to my computer, it stills syncs. I haven't even installed OpenSSH so I can't manually uninstall FullForce in the hope that would work. Could I let the battery go down and see whats happens? It's on about 60% battery though so it's going to take so long! ARGH
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    I only got it yesterday, I thought I would be safe

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    Full force works just fine on my iPad plus with safe mode there is no way you can get a SWOD at least that's what I thought. I haven't seen a SWOD since 2.x firmware.

    Did you try a hard restart?
    Hold both home and power till you see apple logo.
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    Okay, I'm into my iPad's file system and I've removed FullForce and MobileSubstrate but that doesn't seem to have changed anything. However, I've read also that replacing a new copy N45AP.plist file in system/library/coreservices/springboard.app works for iPod Touch. Perhaps this would work the same way? Would anyone be kind enough as to upload this file from their iPad? Hmmm, having just looked on mine, this file doesn't exist but there is a similar one called N82AP and M68AP but this might do the same?

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