Springboard Mobile Substrate crashing

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  1. IceBerg

    IceBerg New Member

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    Has anyone else had problems with springboard crashing more frequently?

    With every new update to Mobile Substrate over the past 2 weeks the problem gets worse and worse not better.

    What logs do I need to look for to see what is actually causing the crashes so I can remove that app or investigate further why it is causing the crash?
  2. Samphotog

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    i have for sure i use springback very frequently now
  3. Ryuzaki

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    Do you have rotation inhibitor?
    I just helped someone with this. Lol.
  4. Ezekeel

    Ezekeel New Member

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    I had problems with StatusNotifier crashing my springboard several times a day. Also had problems with the springboard thread itself crashing often for no apparent reason. However, I had no crash yet today and I think there was a MS update yesterday, so maybe it got fixed.
  5. Ryuzaki

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    I just un-installed Winterboard and reinstalled.
    Worked fine after that.
  6. IceBerg

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    Most of the time I notice it crashing is with the Apple calender app trying to do appointment alerts.
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    Hm, that's weird.
  8. IceBerg

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    Like I said it's not the only time and that is why Im wondering what log files I should be looking at when hit happens next.
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    Low Memory?
  10. IceBerg

    IceBerg New Member

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    shouldn't be, Im not using backgrounder, in fact it's not even installed, but I'll set up something to check out how much memory is being used

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