File deleted?

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  1. cacman93

    cacman93 Banned

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    hey, what file do i need to delete for it non cydia apps to showup.
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    Go Cubs Go... 150 Years later... Still no championship
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    Jarlath Retired Moderator

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    You don't - if you used the OFFICIAL (blog.iphone-dev.org) QuickPWN, non-Cydia apps will show up just fine. If you used the hacked-together Morphey one (from the non-DevTeam sites), then you should restore and jailbreak with the official one, and you won't have these issues.
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    nah, i know that cydia deletes it on it's own, but i had to ssh in an app that isn't up on cydia yet, and I need to know what cache to delete. and f*** YOU you cub hater and by the way, it's 100 years, not 150, I know that still sucks, but come on.
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    Jarlath Retired Moderator

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    If you're SSHing an .app file, you don't need to delete any files or 'cache' from Cydia. Just SSH the application into /private/var/stash/Applications.xxxxxx (whatever the folder on your particular iPod is), then set the permissions on all files in that folder to 755.

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