This is kind of weird.

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  1. iTouchGuru

    iTouchGuru New Member

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    I have a 2G iPod Touch.

    I was running 3.0 jailbroken w/ redsn0w 0.7.1, and it worked fine.

    It was getting kind of cluttered from installing and uninstalling cydia apps, so I decided to DFU + Restore to 3.0 official, and rejailbreak to clean it up.

    So everything was fine until I realized that my Mail App wasnt on my home screen. I checked Poof.

    I can add Mail to Categories and My Dock in SBSettings.

    Any Help? Im about to DFU + Restore
  2. jmanprousk

    jmanprousk New Member

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    Yeah, your best bet is to restore. Sorry to say it

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  3. 42395_skyline

    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    is the mail app in your ipod when you SSH? look around in the info.plist for anything suspicious. look for hidden tag.
  4. Clusterfunk

    Clusterfunk New Member

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    Don't restore just yet. Go into Settings, General, Restrictions, then enable restrictions. Respring, then go and disable restrictions. Your apps should unhide themselves in any case. If not, then just restore AND DON'T RESTORE TO A BACKUP WHEN IT ASKS.

    BUT FIRST: SSH into your iPod and go to /var/mobile/Library and back up things like Mail, Safari etc. (anything that you want to save) so that you can replace it after restoring and that will be like restoring to a backup but without all of the extra crap.
  5. iTouchGuru

    iTouchGuru New Member

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    Just DFU'd.. no biggie.

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