Making an application...

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  1. nick48

    nick48 Member

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    Ok so I am planning to make an app for iphod, I have all the development tools I need. Only problem is I am on widnows, Is there any way I can run the .dmg on Windows, other then the mac emulator?

    Thanks.
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    yeah, simple,

    no.
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    Nope, you can't! Of course...
    Get a mac

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    or just dual boot mac and windows?
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    NOOO I wish there was
  7. centroid

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    if you have the correct hardware specs you can boot mac and windows.

    http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/ is a great resource for helping you get started. Its what i used.
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    use a program called iDeneb. download the latest version which i cannot tell you the location of. look for tutorials of how to partition your hard drive and print out directions so you check and see what you need to do without having to use directions because for most of the process you will not be able to use your computer.
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    Thats what the ipod touch is for =D


    use the site i gave you. you should be fine there. Make sure you get 10.5.5+ otherwise you own't be able to run it. (it might be 10.5.4+)
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    Alright, so I knew there wasn't just wanted to make sure, I would rather go for an emulator, anyone know the best?

    I still want to keep windows as my OS, just want to run this mac app.

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