macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Dec 9, 2005

Features a command-line tool to install itself onto your iPhone, including jailbreaking it and downloading the right firmware.

From there it's easy to install 3rd party applications without a Mac. All you need is Wi-fi or EGDE and you can install apps like the NES emulator, Lights Out, MobileTerminal, VNotes (voice recorder) or Apache.


macrumors member
Aug 19, 2007
OK I am a complete noob when it comes to using terminal and commands and such, so even their new "We now have a single command Mac (PPC & Intel) installer for, get it here." is beyond me.

The folder contains Installer (which is for the iphone, I assume), fstab, libarmfp.dylib, README, Services.plist,, and bootstrapper. The readme simply says "Bootstrap to tranfer to iPhone

Please run"

How do I run it? When I run bootstrapper, it says 694-5259-38.dmg could not be opened for reading.
[Process completed]

and I cant "run" anything from there..

like I said, I dont really know what Im doing. If anyone could point me in the right direction, I would really like to get in on the 3rd party app action.



macrumors 68000
Feb 28, 2006
Ann Arbor
i've been using this for about a week or so now. LOVE it! such a great way to download new apps and keep your current ones updated.