Follow these instructions to install installer.app and start enjoying all of the wonderful native apps! 1. Go here http://iphone.nullriver.com/beta/ and download the AppTapp Installer 2. Go to iTunes, uncheck the "sync when iPhone is connected" button and completely close iTunes. 3. Open the .dmg, hit the continue button and let it do its magic! While installing installer.app it forces your phone into recovery mode and the screen with "please connect to itunes" will appear. THIS IS NORMAL, do not open and connect to iTunes yet!!!!, restart your phone and you will now have a new app on your phone. 4. You can now go back into iTunes and recheck the "sync when iPhone is connected" button. Now you will be able to install applications from the Installer. This is extremely simple. Just open the Installer application and select the software you want to install. Installing Applications When you start Installer you will see only a handful of applications. To access all third party software available, do the following: - Launch installer on your iPhone. It will connect to the internet and register the available packages. - Click on Community Resources package inside the Install tab. - You will see the detail. Click the Install button. - After installing, you will see the third party apps currently available for iPhone. - Click on any of them, hit the install button and enjoy. *Note* After installing the Installer.app, simply install the update, and then install the Mobile Finder.app. so that you can access all of your apps after the home screen is filled. I also suggest SummerBoard, as it is a very nice app that allows your springboard to scroll to view all your apps. *Note* If wanting to install the NES Emulator and get additional games, you must first install OpenSSH and BSD Subsystem. *Thanks to The General for the following info - If you have Installer.app installed, run it and install "Community Resources" - Then once you have that installed, more programs will show up that you can install. Scroll down to OpenSSH and install that. Then install BSD Subsystem. - Restart your phone and connect it to a WiFi router. Go to Settings -> Wifi -> And hit the little blue "(>)" next to the network you're connected to. Write down your IP address listed there. - Download Cyberduck (http://cyberduck.ch/) if you're on a Mac, or Filezilla if you're on Windows. - In Cyberduck, hit "Open Connection" and select the "SFTP" protocol. Type your IP address into the address bar, then for the user name and password it's most likely root and dottie, respectively. Port should say 22. Hit connect. - If all goes well, you should be browsing your iPhone's files in no time. Just go to /var/root/Media and create a directory called ROMs, and one inside that called NES. Put your ROMs in that NES folder. For instance... /var/root/Media/ROMs/NES/Super\ Mario\ 3.nes Extremly smooth and easy.