Full iPhone SDK running in Mac, Now, how to develop Homebrew in it?

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  1. whocaresit

    whocaresit New Member

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    I am interested in developing for my iPod Touch 2G (jailbroken, ofcourse).

    Sorry Apple, but I will not create anything for App Store;

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    Only hacks, true hacks for iPod Touch's Spring Board like (plugins that exist for PSP

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    ) All that hooking and MobileSubstrate stuff. Any tutorials?

    Help!
  2. SkylarEC

    SkylarEC Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Yeah, take a look in the Tutorial section of this forum.
  3. whocaresit

    whocaresit New Member

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    I just saw the thread; looks like what I wanted.

    Is there a function list or NIDS like for the iPhone i.e. the functions exported and/or used by springboard ?

    Example: this one is for PSP: http://silverspring.lan.st/5.00/index.html, all the list of drivers and the functions, they can be 'hooked' by our code and override default behaviour.
  4. Chicken

    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    It looks like you know what you're doing, I take it you've had experience in developing hooks for the PSP? Well, it looks as if you have which is a good thing. We get tons of people posting in these forums not knowing how to start or knowing a tiny bit of code and then make say a mobile substrate plugin, and they do it without enough knowledge and it can really mess up phones and iPods. Another example is when they try to make an application and it has memory leaks. I'm not saying people shouldn't make them, I'm just saying that they should have enough knowledge before they start. Anyway it looks like you know what you're doing, and I hope you make some amazing plugins!
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    goofkopke@gmail.com New Member

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    all my apps that i made worked in the simulator for iPhone
    is there a way to make them run on a real iPhone (i have a jailbroken iPhone 2g and a non jailbroken iPhone 3g)
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    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    Build for device.
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    http://www.saurik.com/id/8

    There's multiple ways to deploy your code to a device without having a real dev account. My personal favorite way was to fake sign it. (option 1 on that website) You switch the active SDK over to device, than go into the build menu and click build. Than go to your project folder and the build folder and SSH the .app into your /Applications folder. Than respring your device and it should be on there.
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    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    Not just respring, you have to remember to reload the springboard cache. You can do this by downloading a tool called Quickload from Cydia.
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    Hmn... Simply resprining always worked for me?
  10. Chicken

    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    Respring doesn't reload the spingboard cache, what tool do you use to "respring" it may also be reloading the cache you just don't know.

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