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    Exclamation Getting rid of BSD Subsystem ..?

    Can someone tell me how to unistall BSD Subsystem?? I went into Installer and then 'uninstall' but I only give me the option to 'Reinstall'



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    I'd like to know too , I don't like having extra program that I don't use on my phone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xarvik View Post
    Can someone tell me how to unistall BSD Subsystem?? I went into Installer and then 'uninstall' but I only give me the option to 'Reinstall'
    yeah same with me

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    count me in

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    Factory Restore to 1.0.2 ???


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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbyT View Post
    Factory Restore to 1.0.2 ???
    ding ding ding!!!

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    Did u guys try to uninstall it by iBrickr???

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    If you have installed BSD Subsytem using iBrickr than you can uninstall it with the iBrickr. But if you have used the Installer on your iPhone to install, unfortunately it doesn't allow you to uninstall.

    Now Give it a shot! Try re-installing it using iBrickr again and then uninstall via iBrickr. You might be lucky.

    I don't have an iPhone or else I would've tried it myself.

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    Why not just restore. Asuming you have FW 1.0.2, download the 1.0.2 ipsw file and shift/option-restore from iTunes. Do a sync before... The unlock is not affected by the restore.

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    Why should you have to do a restore just to remove an app? Thats like asking someone to format their hard drive to uninstall MS Office, it shouldnt be necessary.


 

 
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