where is the weather app?

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  1. RoylAsult

    RoylAsult New Member

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    im pretty sure there is one and couldn't find it in the installer... so is there one? if so what is it under?


    thanks.
  2. vadimqwe

    vadimqwe New Member

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    there is one but i cant tell you the source(against the rules) cuz its iphone apps

    you have to manually install it
  3. RoylAsult

    RoylAsult New Member

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    then forget it.

    thanks.
  4. Ghosn

    Ghosn New Member

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    Download it.

    http://www.[PIRACY.mu].com/?d=IF2SC3QL (<1.1.2 firmware)
    http://www.[PIRACY.mu].com/?d=GN9CKYJX (<1.1.1 firmware)


    After you have unzipped them, place them onto your iPod Touch as follows:

    Weather.app, MobileMail.app, Stock.app, Maps.app, MobileNotes to /Applications/

    GMM.framework to /System/Library/Frameworks/

    N45AP.plist to /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/

    MobileMailSettings.bundle to /System/Library/PreferenceBundles/

    To place these files onto your iPod Touch you will need a FTP client that supports SFTP, in this way, permissions could be applied easily without a fuss. For Mac use CyberDuck, remember to check the box "Apply permission recursively". For windows, try WS_FTP, it should work like CyberDuck.

    CyberDuck Download: http://cyberduck.ch/Cyberduck-2.8.dmg

    WS_FTP 30 day trial Download: http://www.ipswitch.com/_download/wsftppro.asp
    or
    Putty Download: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~s.../download.html

    Reboot your iPod Touch after transferring all the files across.

    *IMPORTANT NOTE: change file permission to 755 via ftp or ssh. REMEMBER, all files in folders and subfolders have to be in permission 755 for the apps to run properly.

    If your iPhone applications crash then login to putty with
    Username: root
    Password: alpine
    and type the following:

    /bin/csh

    /bin/chmod -Rf a+x /Applications/*

    Similarly, using terminal for Mac, ssh into your iPod touch and type the above.

    For a video tutorial, visit this link
    Part 1: http://youtube.com/watch?v=YciPeAPPrmE
    Part 2: http://youtube.com/watch?v=EoR4BnoULAA
    Part 3: http://youtube.com/watch?v=SmJp2us7Dpw


    NOTE: When SFTPing into your iPod Touch, it will ask for a username and password. The username and the password are the same when you SSH to your iPod Touch
    username: root
    password: alpine
  5. ramcosca

    ramcosca New Member

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    This, kids, is called being lazy.
  6. RoylAsult

    RoylAsult New Member

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    no that is being called having a mac and 90% of the tutorials here are for pc's. plus dont want to mess anything up.
  7. domenic72

    domenic72 New Member

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    Do a search...there is a repository with the iphone apps...no need to do it manually.
  8. RoylAsult

    RoylAsult New Member

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    link?

    what do you mean by a repository?
  9. LK4000

    LK4000 New Member

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    i don't now how to use putty, winscp,...
    anyone can teach me please

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  10. crookedcurve

    crookedcurve New Member

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    you can now do it threw instaler not manualy but I can't give the source

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