HOW TO USE INSTALLER s p o o n f o r k n i f e This guide has proved useful a number of times, and for those of you that don't know how to use it, here we go! Here We Go! Tap the Installer icon next to the Settings icon. It’s blue, and kind of looks like the .mac logo. When you click it, it’ll go to a Featured screen where you can see what some of the main “featured” applications are. We won’t worry about that for now. Please Register or Log in to view images Sources At this point, you should already have Community Sources. Community Sources is a collaboration of various commonly used sources. So tap sources on the bottom. It looks like a globe. Sources are how Installer gets applications. They are the “sources” of the applications. Adding Sources We want to add sources to get the most out of Installer because Community Sources doesn't exactly have everything you want. To add a source, tap edit at the top. Tap add. Where it has the nice little http:// , we need to add a few good sources. One of the sources that compiles a lot of sources is Blaze Source. So we’ll install that one. Type into the field blazeco.info/blaze.xml, after the http://. After you’ve finished, there are now more categories, and things you are able to install. For a complete source list go to here. Please Register or Log in to view imagesPlease Register or Log in to view images Installing Applications Under the subheading, Install, find something that you would like to install. Once you install it, you can install something else, or get out of Installer. If you get out of Installer, your Springboard (Home screen) will restart, and you will go back to the slide to unlock screen. Once you slide, the new application will show up on your home screen. Congratulations, you’ve installed something! Please Register or Log in to view imagesPlease Register or Log in to view images Updates If an application is updated with new features and bug fixes, a little bubble with the number of updates will appear on the Update icon in Installer. From there, you can update applications. If you have updates that will update the application from for example, 0.61 to 0.62, to 0.61... then you have two sources that are conflicting. You do not need to worry about this. There is no problem. Please Register or Log in to view images Uninstalling Something and Unjailbreaking To uninstall something, go to the uninstall menu of Installer, and uninstall whatever you want. You can also uninstall Installer, if you want to “Unjailbreak.” In addition, if you want to install Installer again from jailbreakme.com, you will have to restore because Installer patched an exploit (security flaw) in Safari that it was able to install from.