This is a weird ssh thing?

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  1. kyle hultgren

    kyle hultgren Member

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    I have an app on my iphone that works perfect and all, but it doesn't show up when I ssh into the /applications folder. wtf?
  2. Gershmer

    Gershmer Active Member

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    You respring?

    It has an icon.png?

    It has an Info.plist with a CFBundleIdentifier?

    It's visible in Poof/SBSettings/Spotlight + SpotBright?


    EDIT: Learn2read, self.
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    jmwerkus Active Member

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    what is it... apple adds some that ur not supposed to
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    He's saying tht thapp doesn't show up in /applications
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    Gershmer Active Member

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    Oops. Misread...
  6. kyle hultgren

    kyle hultgren Member

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    yea its on my damn springboard and you click on it it opens and runs fine. so wtf is up
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    any ideas anyone?
  7. Fodd1337

    Fodd1337 New Member

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    Wrong place, you were looking where all of the stock applications are, try looking here:
    /var/mobile/applications/
    all of your apps have a number, just expand the folder and you will see thenameoftheapp.app. Let me know if this helped!

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    Yeah but if you have a ton of apps its a pain in the ass to look through every single one
    (from personal experience)
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    That's where the find command comes in handy
  10. auv5

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    use ifile it shows all the app names

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