Easy Method for 3rd party apps

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by Bernie-Mac, Aug 26, 2007.

  1. Bernie-Mac macrumors 65816

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    Hey does anyone know an easy method to install 3rd party apps on the iphone without using wi-fi? I remember The General saying that using edge with the installer app was painstakingly slow, does anyone have another method cuz i dont have wi-fi in my dorm
     
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    Installer.app works fine on EDGE as long as you have like 3 or 4 bars. Some programs are bigger than others, but generally it takes like 30 seconds to download a program. Some take just a few seconds.
     
  3. Bernie-Mac thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Oh, i meant the whole installing installer part the part you need wifi on
     
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    Ok im pretty sure you said how to do this earlier but how would i replace stocks with installer and the calculator with launcher and have stocks and calculator in launcher along with anything else i download? Also, how would i put nes games in my iphone with cyberduck if i have no wifi? Once again your help is greatly appreciated general
     
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    1. On your Mac, click on the Wi-Fi icon in the menu bar. It's on the top right near the battery indicator. Hit "Create Network..." and choose a name such as "omgelbin" and hit OK.
    2. On your iPhone, go to Settings -> Wi-Fi and connect to the network you just created. Then tap the little blue "(>)" next to the network you're connected to. Write down the IP address it lists for you.
    3. Open Cyberduck and hit "Open Connection..." Set everything to this and hit Connect:

    Protocol: SFTP
    Server: The IP address you just wrote down
    Port: Make sure it's 22
    User: root
    Password: dottie

    Editing the DisplayOrder.plist is more complicated and I just really don't feel like typing it right now. I'm sure there's a tutorial on google somewhere.
     
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    Ok ill try that and see how it goes thanks again
     
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    Hey you know how in cyberduck you drag and drop nes games into the nes apps so you can play them? WOuld it be that simple if i wanted to just drag and drop say stocks into the launcher folder?
     

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