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    I just used WinPwn 2.0.0.3 and made my custom ispw then i pawned itunes went to dfu mode and restored my iphone to custom. now when i touch the mail button it opens and closes in a couple of seconds while downloading the mail. Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong with the new 2.0 set up



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    I had that problem when I was on 1.1.4
    I search these forums and a couple of ways to fix it by sshing into the and running a command. I don't remember what they were but search and they will pop up. Unfortunatly those did not work for me, it ended up a paticular email that it was trying to download. I went into my mail account through my computer and deleted all the mail in my inbox and that fixed it. Hope this helps.

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    Here's the easy fix. Restore the iPhone. Then when it asks if this is a new phone or Restore from backup, stop....Open Mail.app...Create an account manually....then restore from backup. Works every time.

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    Default or try this, worked for me

    Mail Fix
    This fix comes adapted from http://www.ben.geek.nz/fixing-iphone...s-20-firmware/
    The problem is the user privileges to the directory that your mail is stored in is owned by user “root” and under 2.0 Mail requires ownership by user “mobile”. The following procedure fixes this.
    1. Download MobileTerminal from Cydia if you haven’t already done so (it’s in the Featured Packages section).
    2. Open MobileTerminal – this looks like the Terminal on a Mac or the Command Prompt on a PC. It’s very small so you have to type very carefully. If you’re not familiar with UNIX commands type very very carefully and pay attention to Capital Letters. The Commands you will enter are case sensitive. Type everything within the quotes (but not the quotes).
    3. Enter “su” press return
    4. You will be prompted for a password, enter “alpine” press return (if you’ve already changed the root password enter your new password).
    5. Enter “cd /var/mobile/Library” press return (Note the capital L in Library)
    6. Enter “chown -R mobile:mobile /var/mobile/Library/Mail” press enter (note the capital letters again)
    All fixed, you’re done, exit MobileTerminal and the Mail app should work

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    Quote Originally Posted by mopplecrump View Post
    Mail Fix
    This fix comes adapted from http://www.ben.geek.nz/fixing-iphone...s-20-firmware/
    The problem is the user privileges to the directory that your mail is stored in is owned by user “root” and under 2.0 Mail requires ownership by user “mobile”. The following procedure fixes this.
    1. Download MobileTerminal from Cydia if you haven’t already done so (it’s in the Featured Packages section).
    2. Open MobileTerminal – this looks like the Terminal on a Mac or the Command Prompt on a PC. It’s very small so you have to type very carefully. If you’re not familiar with UNIX commands type very very carefully and pay attention to Capital Letters. The Commands you will enter are case sensitive. Type everything within the quotes (but not the quotes).
    3. Enter “su” press return
    4. You will be prompted for a password, enter “alpine” press return (if you’ve already changed the root password enter your new password).
    5. Enter “cd /var/mobile/Library” press return (Note the capital L in Library)
    6. Enter “chown -R mobile:mobile /var/mobile/Library/Mail” press enter (note the capital letters again)
    All fixed, you’re done, exit MobileTerminal and the Mail app should work
    thaks that worked fine I appreciate it.


 

 

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