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    FACETIME vanished off JB iPhone 4

    Hey guys

    my facetime disappeared, and i just purchased 3gUnrestrictor,

    i looked in restrictions and nothing was indicating facetime was restricted, very weird, i then removed all the themes, 3gUnrestrictor, and now the only apps left now are SBSettings, FolderEnhancer, firewall IP and Cydia along with activator and winterboard.

    i tried everything, any ideas on how to get this working again appreciated

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    In your SBSettings, there is a "More" button (left side). It'll open an SBSettings app. Under "System Options," there is a line Hide Icons. Press on that and then look to see if Facetime was somehow hidden.

    If not, I really don't know what the issue is, sorry.

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    i found two blank apps, no icons, they are on, no facetime in the list at all

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    Are you sure you have not confused yourself? The iPhone4 does not have a separate FaceTime application. The iPad does.

    You initiate a facetime call on the iPhone from the contact section of the phone app by pressing the "Facetime" button...

    The iPad needs a separate application because it does not have a Phone app.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f4780y View Post
    Are you sure you have not confused yourself? The iPhone4 does not have a separate FaceTime application. The iPad does.

    You initiate a facetime call on the iPhone from the contact section of the phone app by pressing the "Facetime" button...

    The iPad needs a separate application because it does not have a Phone app.
    your right lol

    from the contact menu, haha, sorry, i forgot, i actually use the ipad most of the time on wifi in our own network, and have the sim in the iphone, wow, time flies.

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    Ha!

    That explains everything! Thanks for the edjumacation, Leigh.

    I feel a little silly now, actually. My defense is that I don't have an iPhone. That work for an excuse?

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    Should we change the title?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey330 View Post
    . My defense is that I don't have an iPhone.

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    Not yet....
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    ha, i felt the same way when i first got my iphone. i was wondering how in the world to facetime


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