XCode generated app on jailbreaked Iphone?

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by throne7, Jan 30, 2009.

  1. throne7 macrumors newbie

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    XCode generated app on jailbreaked Iphone?

    Hello, can some one please help a newbie? I jailed broke my Iphone with Cydia and Pwnage. I wrote some simple application (helloworld etc) using the IPhone SDK/XCode on a Mac Clone. I would like to get this to appear on the IPhone but don't know how. I can ssh/scp the application over to ../mobile/Media on the Phone but don't know how to make it appears as an icon on my phone's screen. After I hit the Home button and scroll the screen back and forth but don't see it anywhere. Can someone please help. Any pointer is appreciated.
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  2. DannyBres macrumors 65816

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    the SDK will compile it for ur Intel based "Mac" not for an ARM based iphone so it is not possible unless u pay the $99 subscription to the Apple Dev Program
     
  3. Geniusdog254 macrumors regular

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    BZZZ, wrong answer. You can set it to compile for the emulator or you can tell it to compile for device it just won't sign it without the subscription. I can't give a how to as I don't have x-code set up ATM but it is somewhere in the compile setting. Also to get it to show up SSH it to /Applications but you also have to sign it with ldid, a program saurik created. I'm not sure exactly how to do this as and I don't have the time to look it up and write a tutorial but google it and search this site and you should find it. Someone with more experience can no doubt help more.
     
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  5. bradenwh macrumors 6502

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    Look up "ldid."
    It's a binary that's used to sign applications that the SDK refuses to sign, due to a lack of a Developer's License. It's pretty easy to use. Google it.
     

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