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[1.1.4] Mail crashes and lost SMS after pwning on mac
I pwned my iphone on Mac and everything went fine. The only thing is that I lost my SMS after restoring my backup and Mail application crashes when I try to load it and it kicks me to the main screen of the springboard.
Do you know what's wrong? I didn't find anything related to this searching in the forums.
Thanks in adavnce
After restoring to a custom firmware it is always recommended to set up the phone as a new one and not restoring any backup becouse it can cause several problems (like yours).
Yes, you were right. Restoring and leaving it as new solved the problem. Anyways, It's a pitty that there's no chance to restore your old backup and have your sms and everything as it was before restoring a custom firmware.
There's any chance to upload the sms.db via openssh or can it cause any problem too?
Thanks for your help man!
Give it a shot. Sometimes it works sometimes not. apple may have altered the sqlite structure from the firmware version you used before to the one you are having now. Use SFTP (fugu, cyberduck, tarnsmit on mac, WinSCP on windows), connect to the iPhone and upload the backup from the old iPhone version (sms.db) to
Originally Posted by zenona
Restart the iPhone and check if the old SMS are there and if they give trouble. If not, connect again and delete the file sms.db. It's created new if not there.
hope that helps,
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