1. imasteri's Avatar
    I downloaded Celeste [bluetooth app] and iBluenova, but if i open the app it crashes. So how can i fix this??

    Plz help me!
    05-03-2011 04:45 PM
  2. Topgunner's Avatar
    Do you get a message that the springboard crashed and you are in "safe mode"? If so, I would try removing those apps and then re-install one at a time and see if the phone crashes. It appears that one of those apps may be causing the problem. Let us know.....
    05-03-2011 07:34 PM
  3. imasteri's Avatar
    Do you get a message that the springboard crashed and you are in "safe mode"? If so, I would try removing those apps and then re-install one at a time and see if the phone crashes. It appears that one of those apps may be causing the problem. Let us know.....
    Thnx for replying.
    But its only those apps who crashing: iBluetooth and iBluenova.
    I think there wouldn't be a solution.
    But can i download Celeste bluetooth without downloading SBsettings etc.?
    05-04-2011 04:50 AM
  4. iRandom's Avatar
    What version of iOS are you running? The apps might not be supported on your current version.
    05-04-2011 01:20 PM
  5. imasteri's Avatar
    What version of iOS are you running? The apps might not be supported on your current version.
    IOS 4.3.2 on iphone3gs!
    Do you know? why cant i send files to other phones, while there is a bluetooth function??
    05-05-2011 05:23 AM
  6. stkywik's Avatar
    And there lies the downfall of the free app store, Cydia. As with anything in life, it has it's positives and negatives. It allows a greater degree of freedom than Apple's app store, but with it comes the lack of QC testing. Many apps on the Cydia store are slow to react to iOS firmware updates, and therefore are not compatible with the newest iOS versions as they come out. Check the developer's website (if they have one) to see if it is a known issue that the app crashes on iOS 4.3.2. Most likely they know about it and you will have to be patient until they update thier app to work with 4.3.2.
    05-05-2011 09:44 AM
  7. imasteri's Avatar
    And there lies the downfall of the free app store, Cydia. As with anything in life, it has it's positives and negatives. It allows a greater degree of freedom than Apple's app store, but with it comes the lack of QC testing. Many apps on the Cydia store are slow to react to iOS firmware updates, and therefore are not compatible with the newest iOS versions as they come out. Check the developer's website (if they have one) to see if it is a known issue that the app crashes on iOS 4.3.2. Most likely they know about it and you will have to be patient until they update thier app to work with 4.3.2.
    Thank yo very much!
    05-05-2011 10:43 AM
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