You can easily create a springboard icon to respring your device. Here’s how to do it.
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- A jailbroken device running iOS 10
- SSH connection
How to Create a Respring Icon iOS 10
Step 1 Install nano and sudo via Saurik’s Cydia source.
Step 2 SSH into your device. Follow this tutorial if you don’t know how to do it.
Step 3 Enter the command given below. This is the script that will run when the Springboard icon is clicked.
killall -9 SpringBoard
Step 4 Type the commands given below. This will edit the sudoers file.
root ALL=(ALL) ALL
mobile NOPASSWD: /usr/libexec/substrate
With this command, you will not require a password for calling this path. Save and exit.
Step 5 Press control+x to exit. Save it when you are prompted to do so and name that script substratefix. Type “ls” and make sure the file is present in the root.
Step 6 The script is now up and running. Now all that is needed to be done is granting it executable permissions. Type the following commands –
chmod 0550 substratefix
chown root:mobile substratefix
Step 7 Now we move onto the next part – plist file for the Springboard icon. Download the plist file from here. The plist file contains a lot of items that you don’t need to edit. Just edit the following ones –
- CFBundleDisplayName – Name of the Springboard icon
- CFBundleExecutable – Put the name of the file, that is, substratefix
- CFBundleIdentifier – com.example.substratefix
Step 8 Move both files (substratefix and plist) to a folder called nameofapp.app. Move this folder into /Applications.
Step 9 Run this command in termnial.
Step 10 Reboot your device to test if its working.
Step 11 This step is optional. To add an icon, add an icon called icon-40.png in the .app folder.