1.1.4 safari download plug-in

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.4 Discussions' started by tag009, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. tag009

    tag009 Member

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    how do you get it to work on 1.1.4?

    do i download the 1.1.2 safari download plug-in from copycoders then use netservices or bossprefs to switch it on and off?

    because thats what i have been doing and its just not working.


    YES i searched, amazingly i cant find a thread with an answer for this
  2. amras16

    amras16 New Member

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    same problem here
  3. tag009

    tag009 Member

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    the other threads say 1.1.2 safari plug-in should work, but it doesnt.

    maybe because im using netservices?
    i restart the ipod, but it still opens quicktime!!
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    I have the same problem. I use iNetServices and I still get quicktime.
  5. OBeer-WAN-Kenobi

    OBeer-WAN-Kenobi New Member

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    I'm using Boss and it seems to be working..........except; I cant find the darn files after they download! I've even searched through with WinSCP. What's more is I can download the same exact file again and I don't get any "you are about to overwrite a file" messages or anything. Something is fishy....

    I did have to make sure I installed the pluggin before installing the Boss Toggle. I did it backwards and it didn't seem to work at all.
  6. tag009

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    well, since its for 1.1.2 it should save them in
    var/root/Downloads

    not

    var/mobile/Downloads

    or maybe you have to create the folder yourself because the permissions are different for 1.1.4 (or 1.1.3)
  7. OBeer-WAN-Kenobi

    OBeer-WAN-Kenobi New Member

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    I was thinking about that...... I am running 1.1.4
    I'll give it a try, worst case I have to delete another useless folder.

    ETA: Whoa.............. wait a sec! I was just about to add a folder and I found it using WinSCP. I could have sworn it wasnt there before, I wonder if restarting again helped.

    So, I'm good! Thanks.
  8. GrooveMachine

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    Hey, I have it working. PM me if you want help

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  9. OBeer-WAN-Kenobi

    OBeer-WAN-Kenobi New Member

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    Although I'm still not sure why I didn't find the files originally with WinSCP I did figure out why I couldn't find them with mobile finder. I didn't have the "System File Acess" toggle set to ON.
  10. sushiboy

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    You can use it, but what I've noticed is that there's no "Change Filename" green button, only the Download one.

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