So it's impossible to get iphone apps now?

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  1. PJGR

    PJGR New Member

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    all of the sources for the iphone apps (1.1.1 and 1.1.2) don't work.

    they dont work for me, and all of the comments say they no longer work...

    so is it impossible now?
  2. Mookler

    Mookler Banned

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    You could always do it the old fashion way and put them in manually
  3. excursion

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    obviously its not impossible. just find the iphone apps and install them manually. just make sure you set permissions to 755
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    hockeypanda32 Well-Known Member

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    Dude..... 123locker.com add that to sources
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    BigDaveyJ New Member

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    u obviously havent searched because the repo in my sig has them and they work beautifully. I have 1.1.1 and 1.1.2. so searcg next time please
  6. PJGR

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    ive tried your exact source on youtube, and it doesnt work. the comments say the same..
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    Sources may go down, but it's still perfectly possible to run the apps. Just find them manually, or find a new source that has them.
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    go to repo.sc

    make an account

    search and the packages

    go to installer>sources

    type repo.sc/"your username in repo.sc"

    refresh sources

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