Jailbroken: What to do now?
Many new iPod Touch users are quickly finding their way to the Jailbreak upgrade. But what they do not know is what path to follow after. This guide will point you in the right direction to fully explore the potential of the iPod Touch.
If you are asking yourself where to start and what to download, then you’ve come to the right place.
After the JailBreak, you should notice a new icon called “Installer”. This is where you can add sources, very useful links that supplies you with great apps and other neat gadgets. You can find many sources from forums on the internet.
To add sources:
For an awesome list of sources with many apps, add this source:
Once this is added you will see “Blaze Software” as a category under Installer. Select it and install Blaze Ultimate.
These next apps should be installed right after the Jailbreak because they are used for general purpose needs.
1) BSD Subsystem – found in System
-Needed for most jailbroken apps
2) Open SSH – found in System
-Allows you to access your files from your iPod Touch from your computer wirelessly
3) Bosstool – found in Utilities
-A nice app for powerful options
4) FileBrowser – found in Productivity
-Allows access of files from the iPod, on the iPod
You can install these apps if you wish. They are some pretty cool basic jailbreak apps.
1) Summerboard – found in System
-Can change themes On Springboard
2) Customize – found in Utilities (usually)
-Allows you to customize yourentire ipod, from slide bars to lock screens
3) vWallpaper – found in Multimedia
-Allows videos as the wallpaper on Springboard
4) iToday – found in Multimedia
-Allows information/extras on the Lock Screen
5) MxTube – found in Multimedia
-Download YouTube videos straight to your iPod Touch
6) NetServices – found in CopyCoders
-List of Options, wifi, addons, autolock, and more
7) iSlsk – found in Network
-Allows the download/importing of music
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