I found a TUT for 2.2.x which gave the following instructions: 1. SSH into your iPod or start Terminal 2. type cd /var/mobile/Applications 3. type ls * 4. find the folder (XYZ) with MobileStudio.app 5. type cd XYZ 6. type chmod 777 MobileStudio.app 7. if you use Terminal, type su, then enter your root password (alpine) 8. type cp MobileStudio.app /Applications 9. if you made links in the Documents folder before, delete them! 10. type mkdir /var/mobile/Documents 11. type chmod 777 /var/mobile/Documents 12. cd /var/mobile/Documents 13. type ln -s / root 14. type ln -s /var/mobile 15. on your Springboard, go to "wiggle" mode and delete MobileStudio 16. restart your iPod, there you go! I had once used that on 2.2 and it worked like a charm for me: I simply loved beeing able to download videos via Safari, unrar them via Terminal and copy/edit/watch them via MobileStudio (with REAL access to /private/var/mobile/Media/Downloads). The really cool thing was that in MobileStudio "Home" would take you directly to /private/var/mobile/Documents - this made file transfers via Total Commander so much easier, since you didn't have to search for that crpytic directory anymore. Furthermore, this was just NEAT ;-) BUT I NOW CAN'T GET THIS WORKING ON 3.0 Please Register or Log in to view images There may be a connection to the fact that on 3.0 MobileStudio you can't edit permissions (or any properties) of files anymore - even in its own "sandbox" when you haven't started modding anything yet! The toggles (on the right, next to file name) just don't work anymore. Hopefully the developers provide an update soon... THE MAIN PROBLEM following the instructions above occured at step 7: In WinSCP's Terminal the command "su" had no effect at all. According to my computer screen nothing had happened. So I tried step 8 (copying MobileStudio.app to /private/var/stash/Applications.pwn) - but it didn't work. I then tried copying via WinSCP GUI (drag & drop). Afterthat I changed all crucial permissions via WinSCP to 0777 and created the simlinks in WinSCP. This way I got root access, and I could also start the App from /private/var/stash/Applications.pwn - "transforming" the App Store App to a jailbroken one seemed to have worked so far. BUT WHEN I TRIED EDITING ANY FILES IT DIDN'T WORK Please Register or Log in to view images Finally, I tried doing everything via Terminal.app directly on my iTouch: Here the "su" command had the desired effect and I had enter my password ("alpine"). BUT WHEN I TRIED STEP 8 I GOT THE SAME ERROR AS BEFORE: "OMITTING ..." Please Register or Log in to view images ANY IDEAS?!?!!?