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I put the 3.0 update on my iPhone 3G (it was "altered" before that if you get my drift).

Ok, well I have about 70 apps I have from the App Store (legal), but only 31 show up on my iPhone.

I am missing my calculator, NotePad, Camera, YouTube, etc.

Has this happened to anyone else? I went into preferences and I have allowed unlimited amount of apps on the phone.

Help!!!!!

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That's really odd... at first I thought about the app restriction, but seeing that this happened with the standard iPhone apps, I'm puzzled. I'd suggest restoring your phone through iTunes.


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I did restore it and they didn't go over to iPhone. One thing, some of the apps I had on my jailbroken iPhone were in "folders" that I was able to create. I think they are the ones that aren't showing up.

Maybe I should erase QuickPwn programs. That could be affecting it. Any thoughts?

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Ever tried turning off your phone then turning it back on? You could also uncheck the sync all app then sync then turn it back on.
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My 2g iphone was "altered" as well, I had ordered a new 3gs on line and decided to upgrade to 3.0 due to the fact my new phone was in route. The upgraded features work well but I lost about half of my apps along with my camera icon. I reset, searched apple and various other sites with no luck. I now realize we should have removed/ unaltered certain features prior to upgrade. But please let me know if you find a fix, even though my daughter now uses my old 2g as ipod.
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