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  1. Touch Polskia

    Touch Polskia New Member

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    When I got my installer app do i need to download the BSD Subsystems and Open SSH in order to install the iPhone apps?
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    No, you don't need them to install the iPhone apps. but you do need to get the GMM.framework package in order to use Mail.app and Maps.app(also the MobileMailSettings.bundle for mail). That should be included in the iPhone apps source.

    Here's a fairly good list of apps and their dependencies. The firmware version numbers might throw you off but it shouldn't be a problem if you get the packages from Installer. They are clearly labeled.

    http://www.ifans.com/wiki/index.php?title=IPod_touch_Application_Compatibility
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    Touch Polskia New Member

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    Wait you can get the GMM.framework package within installer?
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    I believe so. I forgot how they were exactly labeled but in repo.us.to, there are two files that say "you must install this first in order to use....." - I assume they are the framework and the bundle. The downloaded iPhone apps are working fine on my touch.
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    So I have to first install Google Maps Prep or Mobile Mail Prep?
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    Yes, those are it.

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