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DrifterDan

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About DrifterDan

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    Just another writer/hacker

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  • iDevice
    iPod Touch 6G
  • iOS Version
    7.1.0
  • Android Device
    Lenovo A850+
  • Android Version
    4.1
  • Rooted
    Yes
  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Location
    Malaysia
  • Interests
    Cars, guns, writing.
  • Game Center
    Malaysianpro

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  1. Thanks for the explanation. Within a week after I bought it, I suspected that it was a live wallpaper app that I downloaded and used but I removed it ever since, and it still keeps restarting to this day.
  2. Those repeat topics were by mistake due to a network disruption.
  3. Hi guys! Been a few years since I've been here. I'm gonna cut to the chase. I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 8, a US-market version with model number N950-U. Here's the twist: I'm in Malaysia - where only the Global version is sold. I bought this phone from a seller that advertised this phone as used and reconditioned, because I really was looking for a US spec Note 8 because it had a better processor and GPU, but I assumed that the seller booted an Android version that would let me use local carriers because the phones used different software for places across the pond. Correct me if I'm wrong, but could this be a potential cause for random restarts? Sometimes it would restart to the first boot screen with the "powered by Android", other times, it would boot me to the animated Samsung boot logo. Other than that, I can't use certain Samsung apps like Samsung Pay or Samsung Health with an error screen that says that "Samsung Pay has been locked due to an unauthorized modification." What do y'all think that would solve this problem?
  4. Is there any possible way to find and access an app's .app folder like we used to in iOS 7?
  5. My iPad is an iPad 2. It doesn't run iOS 10. Read the opening post first pls. Will the jailbreak be gone? I'm aiming for that
  6. What if I hit reset to factory settings? Will that restore my iPad without updating?
  7. Hi guys. So I have an old iPad 2 that's been running on jailbroken iOS 7.1. It was running well until I decided to update two (2) Cydia packages today: iCleaner and one other package I had no memory of. As soon I resprung, Springboard messes up the icons like it places them much further apart than normal, the passcode entry screen is glitched graphically, Settings app can't be opened, and system apps like Photos shrink down to iPhone size (I have RetinaPad). And after I exit a folder, the docked apps disappear. I've tried respringing, Safe Mode, hard restarts, removing packages that had to do with Springboard customization... nothing seems to work. So i've resulted to restoring and updating to 9.3.5. So the question is; is updating from iOS 7.1 to 9.3.5 possible? Because I've heard that 9.3.5 got unsigned October last year.
  8. The title says all. It's no fair that Android gets more mods than iOS
  9. If it had required a certain length, then the music I replaced must fit the bill. I replaced it with Need For Speed Shift's Menu Ambience which goes on for ten minutes. Keep in mind that ALL music in-game hasn't played since I replaced the second MP3 file.
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