Why is my dock reflective ? haven't installed any things for the dock!

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  1. tibhel

    tibhel Member

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    My dock on my jailbroken iphone 3Gs 3.1.2 is reflective for default, I haven't installed any themes or tweaks for the dock. It became reflective right from when I jailbroke it, and that didn't bother me because I used to have the reflective dock tweak on my ipod touch 2G before. (And I made a backup of it to my iphone so maybe it's still there?).

    So, now I can't install the iphone os 4 theme with winterboard, the dock is still as it use to be with reflection, not 3D. So it has to be with this to do.

    So how do I remove this reflective dock without a restore? (tried to install it and disable and uninstall it but no results).

    Thanks in advance!

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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    If you restored your iPhone to the backup of the iPod with Reflective Dock, it might still be there. Some things are changed on such a deep level that you must set it up as a new iPod or iPhone. Take the carrier name, for example. When you change the carrier name by any means, if you end up restoring from that backup, the changed carrier will still be there.
  3. tibhel

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    Thanks for your quick answer.

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    Yea, I understand. But is there any way to delete all the Traces from reflective dock in the root through ssh?

    If I restore, I want to use a backup of course, so it will stay there forever, except if I don't use a backup, right? So I really want to find a way to delete it without a restore.

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    xXrkidXx Well-Known Member

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    not unless you know exactly where the files are stored, and even then you would need somebody to give you a copy of the original dock because the new one is overwriting it.
  5. tibhel

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    Ok, some one know where they are stored?

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    Just restore as a new iPhone. It won't do anything bad.
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    The restore will solve all your problems, and maybe even a few you haven't discovered yet.

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