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    Exclamation Uninstalling apps causes reboot.

    Hello,
    So I wanted to post this thread because whenever I try to uninstall an app I get from the AppStore, it crashes my iPad and sends it into safe mode. I was wondering if anybody knew any fixes for this annoying problem. Thanks!

    PS. My iPad is an iPad 2 with iOS 6.1 jailbroken.


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    Did you install any Cydia tweaks or apps prior to trying to uninstall apps?
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    You really need to tell us what tweaks you have installed. I'm not seeing any problems removing apps on my devices, and I cleared out a load of games from my iPad4 earlier without incident.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanwyann
    Hello,
    So I wanted to post this thread because whenever I try to uninstall an app I get from the AppStore, it crashes my iPad and sends it into safe mode. I was wondering if anybody knew any fixes for this annoying problem. Thanks!

    PS. My iPad is an iPad 2 with iOS 6.1 jailbroken.

    -Ryan
    Did you download the cydia tweak "Cydelet"? I did yesterday and when I used it, it caused my ipad to crash.

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    Yes, I had installed Cydelte but I have to delete that because it's causing my iPad to crash even when deleting cydia apps with it, I will do that and then tell you guys if it helped or not; Thank you for the help!

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    Mine was doing that and I removed it and it is no longer crashing....

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    I got rid of it and it worked, thank you. I was also wondering if anybody had an alternative to iAP cracker for iOS 6.1, because when I try using it, it just crashes the app.
    Thanks.
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    Uninstalling apps causes reboot.

    Quote Originally Posted by ryanwyann View Post
    I got rid of it and it worked, thank you. I was also wondering if anybody had an alternative to iAP cracker for iOS 6.1, because when I try using it, it just crashes the app.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanwyann
    I got rid of it and it worked, thank you. I was also wondering if anybody had an alternative to iAP cracker for iOS 6.1, because when I try using it, it just crashes the app.
    Thanks.
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