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    Help with iFile and gsc.wildcat

    I recently jail broke my iPad and tried to install the Mac OS X theme from Cydia. It gives me a gsc.wildcat error, and I have read how to fix it, but when I use iFile to edit the plist the file will not show up. Only capabilities and icon state show up when I go to property list viewer however, how can I edit the file, thanks!

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    I would strongly advise you do not try to "fix" the issue. It is not as trivial as you think, and all the "beginners" i have seen do it on the iPad have ended up having to restore.
    Stick with themes and apps which are compatible or are built for 4.2.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by f4780y
    I would strongly advise you do not try to "fix" the issue. It is not as trivial as you think, and all the "beginners" i have seen do it on the iPad have ended up having to restore.
    Stick with themes and apps which are compatible or are built for 4.2.1

    Sorry if thats not the help you are looking for...
    If by beginners, you mean me, then excuse me. I did a thread about the gsc.Wildcat error and trying to fix it. I did have to do a restore. So, do not try to fix the gsc.wildcat error with the file method.

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    OpenSSH and do it from your computer if you know how to do that... If not don't try it unless you feel like restoring. My 2 cents.

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    I did it for something and else and regretted it and had to do a restore.
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