You, Yourself and Bundles : a [How-To-Mac] Guide

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  1. hockeypanda32

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    You, Yourself and Bundles : a [How-To-Mac] Guide


    A bundle, whats that

    You might just say they are what make Pwnage's world go round. A bundle is the Application storage center for apps, 1 bundle contains 1 app. Today we will be walking throung the creation of these wonderful jewels of Pwnage.

    Our First Steps

    Navigate to your Pwnage App, Right click and press Show Package Contents.
    Now Navigate to here as shown in this image

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    These are all the bundles included withe app, today we will be creating a gpSPhone bundle.

    The Creation

    Duplicate your Installer.bundle and right click > show package contents on your copied bundle.
    Open the info.plist file in the base folder of the bundle with Property List Editor.

    It should appear like this,

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    As you see I already edited the Description, change yours to say

    "GBA Emulator by ZodTTD"

    Now after this we must change our identifier to match gpSPhone's.
    Here is what your finished product should look like!

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    Now navigate to here in your bundle and delete Installer.app.
    Replace it with gpSPhone.app.

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    Now move the var folder below the Apps folder to the trash, no need for this for gpSPhone.

    Tadaa..... We are DONE!

    Open your Pwnage tool, load your 1.1.4 FW and click Click on IPSW Builder.
    Go to Custom Packages, now you see gpSPhone! check it and make firmware with whatever else bundles you made.

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  2. agarwal1

    agarwal1 New Member

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    Nice guide. Very useful but a little complicated, I might just wait for the new update. I'm happy with my ipod right now. +rep
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    hockeypanda32 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks mate, just trying to help people!
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    You got my hopes up, I thought you were talking about preference bundles!
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    oh, sorry then

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