iOS 3.1 Stack v3

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  1. Thingula

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    I know that Stack for OS 3 is in the alpha stage, but I'm wondering if it is safe. Are there any reports, or reasonable suspicion, that it may result in me needing to restore my iPod 3rd Gen, or possibly damage it beyond repair by restoring?

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    -Chris
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    Ehh, I have heard that it has caused people to restore because they got the endless respring loop. I have tried it and it works, just be cautious.
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    Oh. That sucks, because it looks kinda cool. Oh well, I'll just wait for a stable release. Thanks for the info

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    it's perfectly safe. I have used the v3 on all my devices, never once had a problem. But if you do get the respring loop, just use iFunBox to go into the MobileSubstrate folder and remove the .dylib... Then a hardreboot.
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    It's not compatible with InfiniDock, IIRC, so that can cause a 'permanent' respring loop.
  6. Thingula

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    Thanks for the info, but I don't want to risk going through even that. I think that I'll just wait to use folders in OS 4.
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    Wow! Then there's no way that I'm using it now. Thanks

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    Basically, you can use either InfiniDock or Stack - and I'm sticking with Stack, as I'm not the type who feels compelled to have all his apps on the dock.

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    So Stacks it is - it's perfectly safe otherwise.
  8. Thingula

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    Hmm. Well I can just include a Stack folder on my dock, rather than Infinidock. Thanks for the info.

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    Since it's 12:50 where I am, I think that I'll just sleep on it.
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    Apparently, there is an update for Stack v3 that works with Infinidock: OUTSIDE LINK

    Do you know if it is available, yet?
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    Ok. Thanks, yet again.
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    Works perfectly!!!

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