So I saw that OneSIM has been released which reverses what AnySIM does so that the phone gets to go back to a sim locked state. I understand the reason for creating OneSIM - to give people a chance of restoring the state of their phone to look as normal as possible should they wish to make good on their warranty.
I don't know about some of you - but I have noticed that some apps don't remove themselves properly. So they leave behind files/folders etc. Now if anyone was really smart over at Apple - they could just compare directories to see. It also doesn't help when programs like Installer don't actually have an uninstall option! So you use OneSIM to lock the phone back - but when apple get it - they see a nice installer icon on the springboard - crazy or what? I was even shocked to find that installer allows you to install certain packages such as BSD Subsystem - but not allow you to remove them! What's up with that?
From what I understand "DS_Store" files are the Mac equivalent of windows "thumbs.db". If you look at the folder and sub folders that installer.app creates for itself.. these files are littered everywhere. I find it funny that after installing items through installer - it shows itself "cleaning up" after the install when its own directory is littered with unnecessary files.
What we really need is for someone to create a sort of clean up program that shows whats on the iphone (apps/themes etc) and allows them to be removed so that the files and directories are the same as how the phone should be - well at least as seen in the eyes of Apple. If i was going to return my phone to Apple - I would certainly want all the apps/themes files and folders removed so that the work done by OneSIM is not for nothing. The media staying on there is fine as they would expect that anyways.