A simple way to enable adding calendar events on the ipod Touch

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  1. michaelchan0427

    michaelchan0427 New Member

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    michaelchan0427 New Member

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    You joking, right? It's already explained in the article
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    LOL... I was thinking you should make a thread with details on adding all applications to ipod touch, so i link it from the sticky... or make it a sticky... If you have time i guess.
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    yeah, sure, but hmmm, you mean all iphone apps ?
  6. picaso

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    Just the major iphone apps and gmm framework.
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    I have attempted this using my Jailbroken iPod Touch. I copied out the N45AP.plist to my mac and opened it using TextMate, but it was all gibberish. I added the 2 lines as instructed, and FTPed the file back in.

    After reboot my iPod my home screen was black, although the time, battery and wireless signal indicator were still shown. Luckily I had backed up the N45AP.plist file and copied it back in, which restored the home screen. I figured that being a .plist file we need to use the Property List Editor app that comes with OSX. I added 'editableUserData' as a Boolean property, and after saving it and viewing it in TextMate, it now resembles more like other plist files I've seen, and I saw the 2 expected lines at the bottom.

    Copying it back in, the home page/Springboard loaded successfully, but alas Calander still doesn't have the option for me to add event.

    Has anyone else successfully pulled this off or knows what I'm doing wrong?
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    could someone be kind enough to host their edited file for the windows users who cant edit a plist file
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    Put the sibling editableUserData under 'capabilities', not 'root' and set it to true.
  10. picaso

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    use notepad, textpad, wordpad, anything pad to edit it... *rolls eyes*

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