How do you take cydia off your iPhone 4


You need to backup all of the information on your iPhone and restore it to factory settings to remove Cydia. Once you restore it to factory settings you can then sync it back up for any music or anything you lost when restoring to factory settings. again!

If I restore my iPhone 3GS, do I have to reactivate the phone

If you are restoring your iPhone back to factory settings, you will need to reactivate it. If restoring from back-up, you won't.

How do i make a itunes backup on iphones

If restoring from an iTunes backup, your device settings, downloaded applications, audio, video, and photo contents will re-sync to the device because the "Sync" option under the respective tabs will be checked in iTunes when restoring from a backup. You can manually back up or restore your iPhone or iPod touch from a backup. To do so, Control-click or right-click the iPhone or iPod touch icon on the left side of the iTunes window and choose Back Up or Restore from Backup. !

Why won’t iTunes recognize my iPad2 4.3.3

Your iPad 2 may need to be reset. You can do this by holding down the home and sleep button until it resets. If that doesn't work, try restoring it back to factory settings by connecting to iTunes and selecting, "restore." !

6 Responses to “How do you take cydia off your iPhone 4”

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By Pagandream March 8th, 2013 at 03:13:08

Cydia is an application that jailbreaks your iPhone. Once jailbroken, you have the ability to use any software, applications and mobile providers with your phone. Jailbreaking your phone also removes you from the Apple warranty. After enabling MMS yo

By smartz March 8th, 2013 at 05:32:13

Go into Itunes and restore your iPod

By rajab1988 March 8th, 2013 at 07:57:43

First, go to the Home screen on your iPhone. Find the Cydia app and open it. When the app opens, find the menu bar and open the Search tab, which shows a picture of a magnifying glass on it. In the search box, type “cydelete”; this is the p…

By struff March 8th, 2013 at 10:29:24

My iphone 3g has Cydia & I installed a messaging app iphone & it doesn’t? The iphone 3g with Cydia from cydia & I had to reboot the software 2.2.1 turns on the the white apple

By djjeffa March 8th, 2013 at 13:21:53

How to get iPhone 3G 4.2.1 out of recovery mode? Ok, so I connected my iPhone 3G to my computer via USB cable and downloaded Redsn0w 0.9.6b4 and clicked browse, found my .ipsw (iPhone1,2_4.2.1_8C148_Restore.ipsw) and clicked open. It said ‘processing firmware’ and after a few seconds, ‘IPSW successfully identified’. I clicked ‘Next >’ and it loaded a bit than asked me to select my options. I clicked ‘Enable homescreen wallpaper’ and ‘Enable multitasking’ (‘Enable battery percentage’ and ‘Install Cydia’ were already checked). I clicked ‘Next >’ and turned off my iPhone 3G and clicked ‘Next >’ again and it told me to hold down the power button for a few seconds, then both the power button and the home button and then just the home button. It says ‘The rest of the process takes place on your device.’ ‘Done!’ On the iPhone is says ‘Downloading Jailbreak Data’ and then heaps of script runs down the screen. I click Finish on Redsn0w and disconnect my iPhone (< Is this where I’m going wrong?) and the picture of a pineapple running appears with Replacing Kernel and a loading bar that doesn’t seem to be moving unless I do disconnect my iPhone. Then turns itself off and restarts on it’s own and comes back with a picture of iTunes and a USB cable with an arrow in between (Recovery Mode). Does this mean I’ve successfully jailbroken my iPhone? By the way, there’s a sim card in it but I don’t think it’s an active one as I have my sim in my new iPhone 4 and I wasn’t prepared to risk bricking my iPhone 4, so I just did it with my old 3G. How do I exit recovery mode? I’ve downloaded TinyUmbrella v5.00.11 and clicked ‘save SHSH’ and then clicked ‘Start TSS server’ and it now says Tiny Umbrellas TSS server is now running’, I go to the tab on the left and click on my iPhone and click ‘Exit recovery’ and it restarts and goes back to the recovery page…? iTunes tells me ‘iTunes has found an iPhone in recovery mode and needs to be restored before you can use it in iTunes’
Is this meant to happen? Please tell me where I went wrong and how I can fix it. 10 points to best answer.

By stuie_b March 8th, 2013 at 16:19:09

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