cyber duck / application limit?

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  1. Shade

    Shade New Member

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    From the ultimate guide
    "How to get around the 3rd party application limit
    by swedishviking.

    WARNING: Although this seems to work just as intended, it's not been tested for more than a number of hours, meaning that it's entirely possible it could somehow break in the future. Therefore, only do this at your own risk! (Although the risk of it bricking your iPod touch is very low, since you'll most likely keep SSH access even if screwing up)

    SSH into your iPod Touch using the SFTP client of your choice. Move your applications folder to the /private/var/ folder by typing the following:

    mv /Applications /private/var/Applications"
    how do I do the commands? ^
  2. Blake

    Blake Super Moderator Emeritus

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    I didnt really get your question....
    But to do the commands you just copy and paste them...
    please explain more clearly.
  3. Shade

    Shade New Member

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    Where do i put the commands into on cyber duck? im really confused as to what to do with the
    mv /Applications /private/var/Applications
    part
  4. Shade

    Shade New Member

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    I have been messing around with cyber duck for a while and figured out you can only use the go>send command with FTP ... can i connect to my ipot through FTP? Is there another mac program that I can use?
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    termin8or123 New Member

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    I think you use putty to enter commands... Yea I had to use putty to make the iPhone apps workable.

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