Unofficial Jailbreak SDK?

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  1. rrm74001

    rrm74001 Member

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    Does anyone know where I can download the SDK to develop jailbreak applications (NOT applications using the Apple SDK)? For instance, I am looking for the SDK that was used to develop the applications found in Cydia and Installer.
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    I think is jiggy but i dont know if it works in 2.0
  3. wibble

    wibble New Member

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    What? Ripped headers aren't good enough?
  4. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Google something called "iPhone Toolchain"
  5. Nickll9009

    Nickll9009 New Member

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    Or you could just use the iPhone SDK to develop Open Toolchain applications.
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    How???
  7. Tman47

    Tman47 Active Member

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    by downloading the iphone sdk and making your application then exporting it... how else? no sorry theres a specific option in the APPLE iPhone SDK that is for jailbroken applications.
  8. Spreche

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    I would just build your application as you would with the SDK. I'm pretty sure you can use IB and Xcode to do everything. Then just hit the Build and Go button, correct any errors you get, then take the compiled version and SSH into your iPod Touch or iPhone, put the compiled version in the '/Applications/' folder. Then go into Terminal and change the permissions to 0755 and sign the app.

    I wrote this a while back:

    P.S.
    Anyone think there shoud be a thread explaining all of this?(signing code, setting permissions, everything else) I'd be happy to make it.
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    You can use the SDK to develop jailbroken applications though. Did you just want to be different?
  10. Pelaez-1

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    You need to pay 100 bucks to put your apps made with the SDK, though, even if you don't submit them to Apple...

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