SpringBoard keeps crashing when attempting to delete iBlank icon.

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  1. sprint_user

    sprint_user New Member

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    I created an iBlank icon and now I dont need it. When I attempt to delete it by pressing the 'x' in the top left corner, a spinning wheel comes on and my iPod goes into safe mode. Why is this and how can I fix it? How can I delete the iBlank blank icon via ssh? I know it is a bookmark for safari, so where are those stored?
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    im pretty sure its private/var/mobile/library/webclips
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    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    I'm pretty sure your right haha

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    rly? i had to do this yesterday so i thought it was that

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    I believe its that. I did use one that took me all the way to the root folder for some reason to remove them
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    I'm pretty sure you can delete all blanks made by iBlank in the application itself.
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    You can hold them down and press x. But they come back whenever someone resprings or reboots for some reason. So the only good way is through ssh.
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    Okay thanks guys
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    Dont even have to ssh. Just delete them while in safe mode silly.
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    I know, but you can just delete them with iBlank.
    I cleared 16 blanks without any problems.

    Or you could use Safe Mode.

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