apps on my iPoT

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  1. fEd3r1C0

    fEd3r1C0 New Member

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    hey guys, i just bought my ipod touch and i was wondering what apps i can add to it (like the ones with icons on the main menu) and if to add apps to it i need to do anything to it...

    i searched the threads but i didn't quite understand.....

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    can anyone help me??



    P.S. i also found a video where it talks about saving the apps as bookmarks wia this site which converts them (in order to use them offline without wifi too), but in that case it was talking for iPhone so i'm still not sure it works....
  2. pattyadams

    pattyadams New Member

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    If your iod touch is brand new...you can't add any icons until you "jailbreak it". To do that I suggest you go to the beginnin gof the forums as there are lots of posts on how to do that. Then you have to install some applications (there are more tutorials on how to do that) and some you will be able to install directly from you ipod as there will be a new programme called installer on it.
  3. fEd3r1C0

    fEd3r1C0 New Member

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    ok, now 3 questions rise:

    1) what if something in the "jailbreaking" process goes wrong?
    3) if my ipod breaks and i have it "jail broken" will my warranty still be accepted?
    2) will i not be able to download official updates for my ipod anymore?

    tnx
  4. avaloncourt

    avaloncourt New Member

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    Okay, you really need to go back and actually read the forums because every one of those has been answered many, many times:

    1) You restore it and start over.

    2) If the jailbreak is on it when it is sent for warranty repair you will void your warranty.

    3) Apparently you didn't pay attention to what happened to iPhone users who had done a jailbreak. You might want to read up on that.
  5. fEd3r1C0

    fEd3r1C0 New Member

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    tnx for the answers!

    only #3: would that mean i can't?.....i'm gessing so.
  6. avaloncourt

    avaloncourt New Member

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    #3 means you really should make an effort to read up on what happened to people who did.
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    AlexRADL Retired Moderator

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    This topic has been covered many times, please search before you post.

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