Foldernames are diffrent on Mac-iPod?

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  1. Mastertasso

    Mastertasso New Member

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    Hi

    I tried to follow the instructionvideo how to install the apps on the ipod. However when doing it from a Mac the filestructure and the name of the folders are difrrent. I dont even have a Application folder. Can somebody pl tell me to which folders i am suppose to put those app files into?
  2. lasttouch

    lasttouch New Member

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    if you mean the iphone apps, then just follow these instrutions.

    use cyberduck and it will work. and there is an applications folder.

    dont forget to 755


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    http://www.ifans.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1659

    Okay, here is a guide for those who wants to get iPhone apps on the iPod touch

    first, download this file:

    http://www.sharebig.com/share.php?id=s4bcbekqmkJEHKPB

    OR

    http://www.[PIRACY.mu].com/?d=GN9CKYJX

    After unzip, there are eight files / folders in total, and place them on your iPod Touch as follow, replace if prompt.

    **IMPORTANT, change file permission to 755 via ftp or ssh. REMEMBER, all files in folders and subfolders have to be in permission 755 for the apps to run properly**

    Weather.app, MobileMail.app, Stock.app, Maps.app, MobileNotes to /Applications/

    GMM.framework to /System/Library/Frameworks/
    Framework for Maps.app, MobileMail.app (Not sure if MobileMail need this tho, but I have GMM installed before installing MobileMail)

    N45AP.plist to /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/
    The file above is for enabling the add / edit calendar events

    MobileMailSettings.bundle to /System/Library/PreferenceBundles/
    The file above is for MobileMail's accounts setting


    Best advice for transferring the folders and files to ipod touch:

    Use some FTP client that supports SFTP, in this way, permissions could be applied easily without a fuss. For Os X, use CyberDuck, remember to check the box "Apply permission recursively". For windows, try WS_FTP, it should work like cyber duck
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