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  1. ninjaman123

    ninjaman123 Thread Starter

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    So my friend had me jailbreak his ipod for him (which by the way is not illegal). Its a 4g running 5.0.1 and his cydia disappeared. Its still jailbroken and all his other stuff is there, but cydia is hidden. I cant unhide it. I cant do anything. Please help!
     
  2. DoubleHelix

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    If you can't see it, how do you know it's there? It's pretty hard to hide something on an iPod Touch. If there's no icon for an app, it's not installed. But if you can't do anything, does that mean it doesn't even power on?
     
  3. ninjaman123

    ninjaman123 Thread Starter

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    No I can do things but i cant do anything as to get the icon back. It is still there because I can reinstall it and it says its done and good but cant find it?
     
  4. ihatesteam

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    reboot the ipod (connect to pc, wipe memory, reboot, and then restore)
     
  5. ninjaman123

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    Should I build a CFW or just Official IPSW and JB again?
     
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