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Springboard Crash Question

TickyPurrMeow

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Don't laugh too hard at my question because I'm a newbie to iPhones!

While going through my family's desktop "app data files", I noticed two Springboard CRASH files from my husband's iPhone 4 and no one else had any. When I googled the "Springboard" all of the results mentioned a Jailbroken iPhone or problems that may occur after you Jailbreak an iPhone.

Does this mean that his phone is currently or was at one time jailbroken? What else could it be from? I haven't asked him because I don't want to sound like technologically-challenged ditz! Any help?
 

Jmills87

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The springboard is just the "desktop" of the iPhone, all iPhones produce crash logs regardless of if they were jailbroken or not, that data is then sent to Apple so that they can fix the issues. Hope that sheds some light on your question.
 

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