Receiving text sends iPhone into safe mode

lexmikeyam

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The problem is that my iPhone 4 of version 4.3.3 springboard crashes and goes to safe mode when receiving text messages. I can send them fine. What is the reason for this problem ? Is there a way to prevent this from happening ? I just upgraded from 4.1 to 4.3.3 where I had no issues at all with messaging. All my Cydia apps were restored with Pkgbk... When in safe mode I can receive them so I suspect that the problem is with one of the apps installed through Cydia? But I don't know which one? I've search around everywhere for an answer with no success... Any help would be greatly appreciated!

List of installed packages:
* 48 Laws of Power - Greene_ Robert - iBook
* 5-Row Keyboard iOS4
* 5-Row QWERTY Keyboard for iKeyEx
* 7-zip (POSIX)
* Action Menu
* Action Menu Plus Pack
* Activator
* AddCallHistory
* Aero [DreamBoard]
* afpfs-ng
* Airplane SBSettings Toggle
* All iPhone SBSettings Theme
* App Switcher Volume
* AppleWEB HD [DreamBoard]
* AppList
* *******
* APR (/usr/lib)
* APT 0.6 Transitional
* APT 0.7 (apt-key)
* APT 0.7 HTTPS Method
* APT 0.7 Strict
* APT 0.7 Strict (lib)
* AskToSend
* attachment= for mailto:
* Autolock SBSettings
* BackBoard (Legacy 3.x)
* BackForwardEnhancer
* Backgrounder
* Barrel
* basic-cmds
* Berkeley DB
* BigBoss Icon Set
* bigU Movies
* BlackBerry OS 6.1 HD [DreamBoard]
* Bluetooth Mono SBSettings Toggle
* Bourne-Again SHell
* BytaFont
* bzip2
* CallBar
* CallBar
* CallLogPro
* CallTell for 3GS and iPhone 4
* ChatPic
* ChronicTV
* Chronus
* Color Keyboard
* Core Utilities
* Core Utilities (/bin)
* Crash Reporter
* Cujo - King_ Stephen - iBook
* cURL
* CyDelete
* Cydia Retina Icon
* Cyfix
* Cyntact
* Darwin Tools
* Data Toggle
* Debian Packager
* Debian Utilities
* Delete Word
* DeleteMail
* Diff Utilities
* diskdev-cmds
* dTunes
* Elite PRO HD
* English (United States) Hunspell Dictionary
* Enhanced CTorrent
* Erica Utilities
* Facebook Logo for OpenNotifier
* FaceBreak
* FakeLocation
* FakeMSG
* Fast Copy
* FFmpeg
* file-cmds
* file:// for MobileSafari
* Find Utilities
* FindMyPhone
* FullPreview
* Gawk
* gettext
* GNU Cryptography
* GNU Privacy Guard
* GnuPG Errors
* GrayPix
* grep
* GridTab for Safari
* GroupSMS
* Gyro HD
* gzip
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* HD Red and Grey SMS
* Hunspell
* iPhone 4 Invisible Slider
* iAdKiller
* iBlacklist
* IBNweather [2]
* iElegance PRO
* iFile
* iKeyEx 3
* iMobileCinema [AIO]
* iNavHD [DreamBoard]
* iNavHD DreamBoard
* InCall Glow Colors iPhone 4
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* IntelliShared
* IntelliShared Lib 4.x
* IntelliStatusBarIcons
* iProtect
* iRemix
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* Keyboard Fixer iOS 4.3+
* libhide
* libstatusbar
* LibWeather
* libxml2 Library
* Live OS [DreamBoard]
* LZMA Utils
* MarkThatMessage
* MewSeek
* Mobile Substrate
* MobileNotifier
* MobileTerminal
* MusicBarExtended
* Musicdog
* My3G
* MyWi 4.0
* MyWi OnDemand
* network-cmds
* New Curses
* Notifier+
* OpenNotifier
* OpenSSH
* OpenSSL
* PAM (Apple)
* PAM Modules
* PandoraSkips
* pcre
* PdaNet
* PhotoAlbums+ for iPhone/iPod
* PhotoMail
* pincrush
* PlayAwake
* Popup Blocker
* PreferenceLoader
* Profile Directory
* Pwn Mail : Prank Someone with any e-mail address you can imagine
* qTweeter
* readline
* Recent/CallLog Delete
* Repo Icons
* RepoSetup
* Safari Download Manager
* Safari Download Plug-In
* Safari Download Toggle
* sandcastle
* SBSettings
* sbsettingstoggles
* ScreenRecorder
* sed
* Serious SBSettings HD
* shell-cmds
* SIManager
* SleepFX
* Source GUI
* SpoofTexting
* SpringFlash
* Springflash SBSettings Toggle
* Springtomize
* SpyCall CallerID Changer
* SQLite 3.x
* SQLite 3.x Library
* SwitcherPlus
* syslogd to /var/log/syslog
* system-cmds
* Talking Alerts
* Tape Archive
* Timeless SBSettings
* Twitter Logos for OpenNotifier
* UIKit Tools
* ultrasn0w
* UnlimVideos
* unrar
* untrackerd
* UShare
* Usher - There Goes My Baby Ringtone
* Voice ActionMenu Plugin
* Voicemail Forwarder
* Volume Booster 4.0
* WeatherIcon
* WebViewController
* wget
* Wi-Fi Sync
* WinterBoard
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iphonewarrior

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#2
Thread moved to the iPhone Jailbreak section.Thread edited - This is due to breaking forum policy. everythingiCafe doesn't permit the discussion of cracked applications i.e repo's, packages etc etc.
 

iphonewarrior

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Download Crash Reporter from Cydia and it will compile a crash report. You should be able to determine which app(s) is conflicting and causing the device to enter Safe Mode.
 

lexmikeyam

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First, thanks for responding. I have crash reporter installed but I don't understand how to read it exactly... It says, mobile-SpringBoard (9)
view crashlog
view syslog
Nothing is under the suspects tabs
 

lexmikeyam

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After looking a bit deeper into the crash reporter: under one of the date/times there is one that reports
SpringBoard
Primary suspect: winterboard.dylib
Secondary suspect: libweather.dylib
 

IllusionEntity

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I would personally restore and re-jailbreak. I know you will lose a lot but at least then you can just install what you need from Cydia instead of having a huge compilation of un-needed apps ( I know its easy to compile to many Cydia apps on one device. Been there...) Try that

Good luck
 

lexmikeyam

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I would personally restore and re-jailbreak. I know you will lose a lot but at least then you can just install what you need from Cydia instead of having a huge compilation of un-needed apps ( I know its easy to compile to many Cydia apps on one device. Been there...) Try that

Good luck
Not quite ready to restore... I'm not giving up too quickly. It has to be something in cydia
 

iphonewarrior

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One or more of the OP's packages are causing the crash. My bet is that the package(s) aren't compatible with the current OS.
 

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In my opinion that is just waaaaay too many Cydia apps on one iPhone to expect it to behave flawlessly. You have to be judicious in your choice of Cydia app installations. There is no possible way you NEED every single one of those apps! :eek: