Is This Normal?

iPhoneMonster

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Is it normal for mobile substrate to have an update every two days? It keeps asking me to update and it's getting really annoying..
 
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Yeah. I keep updating and no harm has been done. I think the release of 3Gunrestrictor may have been waiting on the latest update to mobile substrate.
 

iPhoneMonster

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Yeah. I keep updating and no harm has been done. I think the release of 3Gunrestrictor may have been waiting on the latest update to mobile substrate.
Ok cool :). I just wanted to know just in case there was something wrong with my mobile substrate. Thanks Anne (or was it Ann?) :D
 

iphonewarrior

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On the subject of Mobile Substrate, my phone has been constantly going into Safe Mode since i did the first update through cydia. It seems to have gone now (since another Mobile Substrate update has come out). I'm sure i received 2-3 updates.

Has anyone else suffered from this..? I only assume some others have due to updates coming out so soon.
 

thealiencow

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On the subject of Mobile Substrate, my phone has been constantly going into Safe Mode since i did the first update through cydia.
Yeah, I got this all the time. My theory was WeatherIcon, and it seemed to occur the most often when plugging into a power source. Anyway, let's hope the most recent update fixes things.
 

iPhoneMonster

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@iPhonewarrior: only problem is my battery percentage.. It worries me. It sometimes gets stuck but all I have to do is restart the phone.

@Roll Fizzlebeef: lol? Why?
 

iphonewarrior

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@iPhonewarrior: only problem is my battery percentage.. It worries me. It sometimes gets stuck but all I have to do is restart the phone.
I'll stick to what other people suggest, which is to switch your phone on and off daily to keep things running smooth etc. I wouldn't like to guess why your batt % gets stuck..

As i mentioned above and where others have mentioned in other threads, i believe that when you use icons of a dynamic nature (moving etc), i think it causes the phone to crash or act weird. I had a live clock, i think this was the problem. So i'm going to re-load it and see if it was infact the clock giving me the issues.

I don't think you have problems with your substrate either. It'll be something silly. If you think about it, your own mobile substrate protects itself from itself.. how irish does that sound. I can't explain it better without further research.