I did not write the apps mentioned and I dont take credit for them, however this tutorial is made by ME. I found out this method myself yesterday as I have no WiFi network to jailbreak/install apps with... If you are in the same position, read on... Note: THIS TUTORIAL ASSUMES YOU HAVE A JAILBREAKED IPOD TOUCH WITH THE TERMINAL APP AND THE BSD SUBSYSTEM ON IT AND ARE USING A WINDOWS PC. I USED 1.1.1 IN THIS TUTORIAL, BUT THERE IS NO REASON WHY IT SHOULDN'T WORK IN 1.1.2 IF YOU DOWNLOAD THE 1.1.2 IPHONE APPS. 1) Download iBrickr from here 2) Extract it wherever you want and run it then plug in your iPod, and it should come up with a screen saying -Ringtones -Sounds -Applications -Files 3) Now, for this example, we are going to install the iPhone Notes app, but it should work with any other iPhone or 3rd party app. First of all, download the iPhone apps from the .zip file at the bottom of this post and unzip "MobileNotes.app" 4) Now, back to iBrickr, the Applications option wont work as it needs a app to be installed on the iPod which simply is not compatible with it, so we are going to use the file browser, so click "Files" then Applications, now make a folder called "MobileNotes.app" (without quotation marks) then, when the list reloads, find your new MobileNotes.app folder and click it 5) Now, make another folder called "English.lproj" (without quotation marks) and when the lost reloads click "Upload File(s)" then go to where you extracted the MobileNotes folder and click it then highlight everything inside, and click "Open" 6) Now, when the uploading is done, click "English.lproj/" (which is the folder you made earlier) and click the upload button again, and go to where you put the MobileNotes folder on the computer and go into the "English.lproj" folder click main.Strings and click open, then wait for it to upload 7) Most of the tricky stuff is now over, you can close iBrickr now and unplug the iPod, now open the Terminal and type the following command: chmod a+x /Applications/MobileNotes.app/MobileNotes Then tap return and type: reboot (then tap return again, obviously) After the iPod reboots, you should now have a Notes icon and a fully working notes app. You can use the method shown in this tutorial for any app, for Maps and Mail extra stuff has to be put in other folders, but its pretty easy to do that. Also, you always have to chmod new apps before they can be run, but thats easy too, just do it like this (in Terminal): chmod a+x /Applications/<application name>.app/<application name> Easy really! ENJOY! EDIT: I am having trouble uploading the zip file, but until I get it uploaded somewhere, you can get the iPhone apps, and the extra files needed for the Mail and Maps apps here.