A guide to install iPhone apps on iPod Touch (Stock.app, MobileMail.app, etc)

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  1. michaelchan0427

    michaelchan0427 New Member

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    A guide to install iPhone apps on iPod Touch (Stock.app, MobileMail.app, etc) UPDATED

    Okay, here is a guide for those who wants to get iPhone apps on the iPod touch

    first, download this file:

    http://www.sharebig.com/share.php?id=s4bcbekqmkJEHKPB

    OR

    http://www.[PIRACY.mu].com/?d=GN9CKYJX

    After unzip, there are eight files / folders in total, and place them on your iPod Touch as follow, replace if prompt.

    **IMPORTANT, change file permission to 755 via ftp or ssh. REMEMBER, all files in folders and subfolders have to be in permission 755 for the apps to run properly**

    Weather.app, MobileMail.app, Stock.app, Maps.app, MobileNotes to /Applications/

    GMM.framework to /System/Library/Frameworks/
    Framework for Maps.app, MobileMail.app (Not sure if MobileMail need this tho, but I have GMM installed before installing MobileMail)

    N45AP.plist to /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/
    The file above is for enabling the add / edit calendar events

    MobileMailSettings.bundle to /System/Library/PreferenceBundles/
    The file above is for MobileMail's accounts setting


    Best advice for transferring the folders and files to ipod touch:

    Use some FTP client that supports SFTP, in this way, permissions could be applied easily without a fuss. For Os X, use CyberDuck, remember to check the box "Apply permission recursively". For windows, try WS_FTP, it should work like cyber duck


    Reboot and enjoy

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    A method to resolve crash in windows (By mepman)
    If your apps crash then login to putty(http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/.../x86/putty.exe)
    with username: root & password: alpine and type the following.

    /bin/csh

    /bin/chmod -Rf a+x /Applications/*

    Similarly, using terminal in OS X, ssh to your iPod Touch, and type the above
  2. joshq00

    joshq00 New Member

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    mail doesn't work for me, just get a settings screen with no settings
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    Could you add notes to that?

    I have the file if you need it..
  4. michaelchan0427

    michaelchan0427 New Member

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    just post it here, i forgot to add that, thx
  5. ab3

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    How do you put the applications on the touch, I have putty open now and everthing is installed but how do you copy the app files to the touch? and how do you change the file permission?
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    I believe you need to copy MobileMail.bundle to your iPod's /System/Library/PreferenceBundles/ in order to get Mail to work properly. Not sure if the zip file in the original post contains the MobileMail.bundle. If it doesn't, you need to get it from an existing iPhone 1.1.1 filesystem in (in /System/Library/PreferenceBundles/)
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    how exactly would I send these files to my jailbroken touch?

    i have apptap and some other crap installed off of there..and i have downloaded the iphone111 apps..

    I am confused as to how I "ftp to my ipod and send the files to the right directories"

    is there a certain ftp client to use..

    i have putty and iphuc...are either of these usefule for this...or is scp for it?

    sorry for the stupid questions...and thanks so much for all the help!!
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    ipodtouchmaster05 Well-Known Member

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    how do i do this"change file permission to 755 via ftp or ssh"
    I only have putty, because i have a pc. should i be using iphuc, and if so, how do i get it for a pc?
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    dude, get Cyberduck, open it, open new connection, type in your ipot's wifi IP address, root as user, alpine as password, and you're in
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