1. Spaggettie's Avatar
    Hey everyone... currently awaiting my iPhone from Santa which he's graciously hacked and cracked and all the rest of it

    How do I go about getting roms and files onto my iPhone via my Windows Vista based PC?

    Ibrickr is one method, Manzana, SSH... ftp clients... i've heard if you stand on one leg facing south, and making the sound of a discruntled goose, it works using the earths gravitational pull??...

    So, as of December 2008, whats the best procedure for a Vista PC, with a UK iPhone hacked with 1.1.2 on it?

    So many apps.. so little time!
    2007-12-14 11:13 AM
  2. Spaggettie's Avatar
    Maybe this is common knowledge, but for any NooB's out there wanting to know how to get files and ringtones onto thier 1.1.2 iPhone, with a windows based PC...

    use iBrickr
    http://cre.ations.net/creation/ibrickr

    Here's a guide to sticking ringtones, files, roms etc..
    http://www.everythingicafe.com/forum...ckr-18916.html

    dead easy =)
    So many apps.. so little time!
    2007-12-18 11:33 AM
  3. rianbattle's Avatar
    Hey everyone... currently awaiting my iPhone from Santa which he's graciously hacked and cracked and all the rest of it

    How do I go about getting roms and files onto my iPhone via my Windows Vista based PC?

    Ibrickr is one method, Manzana, SSH... ftp clients... i've heard if you stand on one leg facing south, and making the sound of a discruntled goose, it works using the earths gravitational pull??...

    So, as of December 2008, whats the best procedure for a Vista PC, with a UK iPhone hacked with 1.1.2 on it?

    hmm...december 2008, you say? i'm sure 1.1.2 will be replaced by then
    Peter: "Brian! There's a message in my alphabits! It says 'OOOOOOOOO'!!!!!"
    Brian: "Peter...those are Cheerios."


    Guides:
    Moving Applications into the Media Partition to get more space for third party apps
    2007-12-19 04:55 PM
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