Howto install VNSea.pxl

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X Jailbreak' started by Little Fill, Dec 26, 2008.

  1. Little Fill

    Little Fill New Member

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    Hi
    i got a jailbroken ipod touch v2.2 i cant install vnsea via installer or cydia so i downloaded the .pxl from google unzipped it and put the file VNSea.app into the app folder on my ipod using WinSCP (some SSH program) and put the permission but nothing happened no icon nothing (i did a restart too)
    please i need help
  2. Gitykins

    Gitykins Banned

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    You fail.

    Buy Jaadu VNC from the App Store.
  3. Little Fill

    Little Fill New Member

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    wow yea i jailbroke my ipod cos i wanna spend more money on apple after spending a lot of money for the ipod -.-
  4. willdacracka

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    then get mocha vnc lite

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    Because as we know, jailbreaking is supposed to make everything free

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    use a different vnc app >.<
  7. kunalashar

    kunalashar New Member

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    VNSea is better than Mocha... I used to have VNSea on my iPhone 1.1.4 and have tried Mocha.

    VNSea shows updates to the screen in real time, while Mocha expects the user to click Menu->Refresh every time.

    Did anyone find VNSea for fw 2.2? I can't seem to find it anywhere.
  8. GrooveMachine

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    It doesn't exist anymore. Touchpad's developer moved on to create Jaadu VNC and Touchpad Elite, which are available for $25 and $20(?) in the App Store, respectively.

    The reason you can't install PXL files is because PXL is seriously outdated. It hasn't been supported since 1.1.1, because Installer and PXL merged to create the Installer most people used through 1.1.4 (although that mostly consisted of just getting rid of PXL).

    Now your best options for installing a VNC app are either finding one on the App Store (Jaadu VNC and Mocha VNC are good, but tons of others are available). However, VNSea is dead, and is not coming back. And you will not be able to install its PXL package from 1.1.1, as the frameworks for applications have changed drastically in the last year.
  9. kunalashar

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    Thanks GrooveMachine.
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