QUOTE(nicopatch @ Jul 23 2008, 01:27 PM)
delete or rename the keyboard u use, e.g.
under /System/Library/TextInput/ delete specific bundle for the keyboard that you are using
mv TextInput_en.bundle to TextInput_en.bundle.backup
Use MobileTerminal (Install via Cydia)http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=46460
Tq.. I just tried it. it worked. SHH is more easy for me.
Added on July 23, 2008, 8:45 pm
QUOTE(frozzbyte @ Jul 23 2008, 08:17 PM)
I have not upgraded to 2.0 yet but this is just a speculation. Why they make the system partition larger from 300 mb to 500 mb? Well .. just look at the 2.0 FW, its bigger than usual (250mb compare to 160mb). So to accomodate the larger FW file, they have to expand the System partition. Remember that the IPSW files are in a compress form so it needed space to decompress the system files. That is just my speculation base on my observation. I did not have the chance yet to explore the new system. And why the IPSW of FW2.0 is bigger then the previous ones? Because now it have to cater to 2 device, 1st gen iPhone and now the 3G iPhone plus all the new add-ons (push mail, exchange support, cisco vpn, remote wipe etc etc etc).
As for the applications from AppStore, it seems like they are using the media partition. /var/mobile are in the media partition. Then the Apps from Cydia are moved or place in /var/stash/Applications.xxxx(random number and letters). This is because of Cydia move script. If u have the chance, take a look in the cydia package (in zip format) and look for move.sh and one more script (i forgot the name), it will move Applications, Ringtones and Fonts to /vat/stash. This what happens when we install Cydia with 1.1.4. At first i was curious why it was like dat so i got in contact with the developer (saurik) and he said it was meant to be like dat. Now i know why, they are gearing up for FW2.0.
You make it very clear. TQ.
Just wonder why some people report they dont have enough room for the apps/tools since all the apps goes to media partition.
I've made 2 custom firmware with 500mb and 2300MB root size.
This size of partition didnt make any different at all for the apps/tools installation.
The only different is (at least for me), with 2.3G partition iTunes will take a few minutes to backup the iphone. This post has been edited by hackdplanet: Jul 23 2008, 08:45 PM