iOS 4.0 Install Flash on iDevices

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  1. Shengis14

    Shengis14 Member

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    this is a thread on how to install Flash (a.k.a Frash) on your jailbroken devices

    EDIT : this will only work for the iphone 3Gs, ipod touch 3g and Ipad running at least 3.2 ( i am not sure if this works with 3Gs - old bootrom, i think it does and several other people report success, but i would recommend being cautious if you have a 3Gs old bootrom )
    anyone getting an error that mentions armv7 then you are trying to install it on a older device.
    it is currently unknown if comex will port it to these devices

    ADD THIS REPO - http://cydia.myrepospace.com/shengis


    unlike the other repo that hosts, this one really works :)

    no need to do anything below !

    Check out your cool new flash with

    http://cristgaming.com/pirate.swf




    First,
    you must download the Frash-0.02.deb from http://www.[PIRACY.mup].com/GEAI8QB7NX

    There are several ways to install this,

    1-
    SSH into your device (if you dont know how to do this, google it)
    place the .deb into /var/root/Media and create a folder called "Cydia" , and in that folder create a folder called "AutoInstall".
    place the file in there and reboot TWICE

    2- (advanced users only) Using either SSH or the unstable build of
    MobileTerminal place the file in a location of your choice (i normally use /var/mobile because thats where MobileTerminal defaults to).
    you must then login as root by typing (new line represents a return key)

    su
    alpine (this is the password, alpine is default but you should change it)

    dpkg -i frash-0.02.deb

    killall SpringBoard


    Enjoy Flash ! :)
  2. Tkf1

    Tkf1 Community Development Staff Member

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    Reboot is better then respringing.
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    Shengis14 Member

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    personal opinion, i prefer respringing because it takes less time and usually does the job, works for this anyway
  4. Notorious97

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    Thanks for this, ok i will be following method one using iFile, after i reboot twice does this mean its installed, i dont need to follow the part i quoted in bold do i?

    Flash websites work fine now do they with this?
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    I believe that is part 2, for more advanced people
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    Does 002 work on the iPad as well?? Id use it if the flash icons on a page (when not activated) didn't take up room not meant for flash.
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    Thanks, i just read though it doesnt work on 3.1.3 :(

    i dont want to upgrade to 4.0 until i know the cydia apps etc i have are fully working on 4.0
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    ShizerMonkey Banned

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    I seem to be getting the Assertion Failed error , ive did thus before countless times in the past and only sometimes received this error ! Any help ?
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    i have done it both ways and both ways i get that it depends on gsc.armv7, anyone know where to get it?
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    this doesnt work on an ipod touch 2g correct?

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