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    I’ve discovered, rather unhappily, that apps that are “enabled” to run in the background lose their functionality after a soft reset, even though they remain “enabled”. So far, this appears to be true for the following apps:

    McPhling
    OnCradleOn
    STOIC
    CrashPro
    AfterSync

    I’m also having trouble with VolumeCare and Ringo remaining functional and it may be due to this as well.

    Anyone else having these issues? Anyone aware of a workaround?

    Much thanks,

    reubkov
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    Do you have UnCache installed or anything like it? If so, try either adding the apps to be enabled in UnCache or remove it and see what happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by otterman
    Do you have UnCache installed or anything like it? If so, try either adding the apps to be enabled in UnCache or remove it and see what happens.
    I second this motion. Add them to the list in unCache and it should start up after a reset.

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