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Settings app crashes on iOS 4.2.1 after install of Redd00r
« on: June 17, 2014, 12:07:08 AM »
After i installed redd00r from applepie.bplaced.net/repo my iphone worked well but settings crashes everytime
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Re: Settings app crash ios 4.2.1
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2014, 02:19:35 AM »

After i installed redd00r from applepie.bplaced.net/repo my iphone worked well but settings crashes everytime
I think redd00r edited some stuff in the settings app, causing it to crash. What I recommend:

Try again in safe mode/non mobile substrate mode. (An tiny app called PowerApp should help you with that. ;) )

Re-install redd00r

Uninstall redd00r and re-install if from a different source. (I don't think that's the official source, although I could be wrong.)
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Re: Settings app crashes on iOS 4.2.1 after install of Redd00r
« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2014, 03:16:51 AM »
You do realize it was last updated over a year ago right?  (well, nearly 2 years actually)

It is no longer supported, and the developer behind it has long gone.  No one can really provide proper troubleshooting, and won't, because it is so outdated. The official thread for it even says it is broken and does not work any more.
[Broken] Redd00r for iPod Touch 2g and iPhone 3g

I have no idea what is broken with the settings app, although I suppose trying in safemode could rule out any tweaks that could be causing the issue.
You can enter safemode by running this command in terminal:
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killall -SEGV SpringBoard

That is the real source, although I have no idea how it is still alive this long :s