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cypher7810

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Sep 12, 2007
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Hello, Ibrickr seems to be down as you cant seem to pull applications down through it, it had a great little download of docs for Dockswap, I deleted it, but need it back. Anyone know how to get this file or any custom docks or packages. Right now when I open DockSwap I have nothing that I can choose.
 

akophone

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If you haven't yet, you should install AppTapp! Access most of the 3rd party apps that are out there, including DockSwap. I recommend installing Summerboard. If not, you can always do the uninstall thing.... all within your iPhone :cool:
Here's the link to this amazing installer: http://iPhone.nullriver.com/beta/
 

cypher7810

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Sep 12, 2007
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#3
If you haven't yet, you should install AppTapp! Access most of the 3rd party apps that are out there, including DockSwap. I recommend installing Summerboard. If not, you can always do the uninstall thing.... all within your iPhone :cool:
Here's the link to this amazing installer: http://iPhone.nullriver.com/beta/
Actually it is working again. I do have those installed, but for some reason app tapp didn't have the gregs dock swap package on it, atleast not on my list, but I got it now, thanks man.
 

Tinman

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Jul 16, 2007
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#4
I recommend installing the PXL Mobile Safari PXL plugin, even if you use Installer/iBrickr. This lets you install apps by bookmarking the PXL URLs:
http://pxl.ibrickr.com/

And the mirror (should work if the above is down--and IIRC the above is tied to iBrickr):
http://iPhone.exploit.org/pxl/

I can go to the above using Safari on my iPhone and install any of the apps.

I normally use Installer but it never hurts to have options. Should Installer's source files not show up for some reason (it happened to me on one occasion), I'll just hop over to the PXL URL and install with Safari.


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Mike
 

cypher7810

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Sep 12, 2007
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#5
I recommend installing the PXL Mobile Safari PXL plugin, even if you use Installer/iBrickr. This lets you install apps by bookmarking the PXL URLs:
http://pxl.ibrickr.com/

And the mirror (should work if the above is down--and IIRC the above is tied to iBrickr):
http://iPhone.exploit.org/pxl/

I can go to the above using Safari on my iPhone and install any of the apps.

I normally use Installer but it never hurts to have options. Should Installer's source files not show up for some reason (it happened to me on one occasion), I'll just hop over to the PXL URL and install with Safari.


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Mike
Cool deal I will give it a shot.
 

patrickj

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I recommend installing the PXL Mobile Safari PXL plugin, even if you use Installer/iBrickr. This lets you install apps by bookmarking the PXL URLs:
http://pxl.ibrickr.com/

And the mirror (should work if the above is down--and IIRC the above is tied to iBrickr):
http://iPhone.exploit.org/pxl/

I can go to the above using Safari on my iPhone and install any of the apps.

I normally use Installer but it never hurts to have options. Should Installer's source files not show up for some reason (it happened to me on one occasion), I'll just hop over to the PXL URL and install with Safari.


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Mike
Thanks for this - nice option to know about. When you install via this method, will those apps still show up under Installer's Uninstall tab if you want to remove them?
 

Tinman

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Thanks for this - nice option to know about. When you install via this method, will those apps still show up under Installer's Uninstall tab if you want to remove them?
No, but what I do is just reinstall than again using Installer (if the app is on Installer), and then it can be easily uninstalled/updated. I do the same thing with apps I installed via iBrickr.

Oh, you can of course uninstall by using Mobile Finder (just delete the apps .app folder). Won't work for non-apps (books, themes, etc.), but I don't usually use Safari for that stuff. Actually, Safari is just a backup method--I rarely need to use it. Besides the time Installer's app least was down, I have used it when I have read about a new/updated app on iBrickr that hadn't yet appeared in Installer (the URLs above feed iBrickr).



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Mike
 

Tinman

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#9
Cool - thanks. Is MobileFinder pretty much the best file mgmt utility?
I think so--especially with Mobile Preview and Mobile Text Edit installed too. And now Mobile Finder can set permissions as well. Mobile Finder has come a long way in the last month.


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Mike