Transfer iPhone/iPod touch Calculator, Stocks, Voice Memo, ect. to iPad?

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  1. iPendo

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    Is it possible to transfer the native apps that are on the iPhone/iPod touch onto the iPad? iPads can be jailbroken now so I really can't see how this isn't possible.
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    you could, just copy the application folder and then SSH it over to /applications. Then change permissions. Might not work perfectly tho
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    theres only one way to find out..
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    Someone try it and tell us how it goes. Might be interesting to learn this. I would try, but don't have my iPad in yet!
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    I tried calculator with the HD mod I tutorialed and it crashed instantly and had the white icon. I'll try tomorrow again with it unmoded though.
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    I'll try to experiment later on today and post some results. I'll probably test with an untouched, an HD, and an HD with the patch to see which one works best.
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    They all crash instantly except for Mobile Timer, which I am in the process of doing an HD mod for. I'll upload it when I finish.

    Edit: Mobile Time HD is attached. You need the original MobileTimer.app file folder. I am not supplying that because you don't have the rights to it unless you have an iPhone or iPod Touch. Just copy your original MobileTimer.app to your iPad's Applications folder, set permissions to 0755 recursively, and make sure Group is Wheel and Owner is Root (or the other way around). Then, replace the files I have supplied.

    *The Application Icon is White for some reason & the timer function does not work, but stopwatch, alarm, and world clock work.*

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    Did you set permissions on the other apps?
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    Yep. 0755 & 0777. recursively on all of them.
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    What device did you you get the apps from?

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