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    Default AppTap Freeze

    I just unlocked my iPhone using anySIM. In order to do this I had to restore my iPhone first. In doing so I (obviously) erased AppTap Installer. Now, each time I try to install AppTap it just hangs and I get the yellow triangle telling me to connect to iTunes.

    WTF am I doing wrong?

    Here are the steps I follow...

    1) restore using iTunes
    2) validate that firmware 1.02 is loaded
    3) Activate using iNdependence
    4) Double Click on 'AppTapp Installer' file that I downloaded (ensured it was the correct version).

    I've also tried Jailbreaking, Installing SSH/SFTP/SCP, Returning to Jail after step 3 but this doesn't seem to make a difference.

    Is there something obvious that I'm missing?

    Cheers,

    Barry

    By the way, (other than the AppTap thing) my iPhone is up and running on a pre-paid SIM that I'm using here in Kiev, Ukraine on UMC. I'll try my normal SIM when I get back home to Mexico.



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    Anyone have any thoughts on this?

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    try quitting iNdependence before you install it

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    I had the same problem for the longest time. I was running the wrong version of AppTapp. Even when I had the right one I had to quit the application and restart apptapp.

    Good luck

    Mars

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanMac View Post
    I just unlocked my iPhone using anySIM. In order to do this I had to restore my iPhone first. In doing so I (obviously) erased AppTap Installer. Now, each time I try to install AppTap it just hangs and I get the yellow triangle telling me to connect to iTunes.

    WTF am I doing wrong?

    Here are the steps I follow...

    1) restore using iTunes
    2) validate that firmware 1.02 is loaded
    3) Activate using iNdependence
    4) Double Click on 'AppTapp Installer' file that I downloaded (ensured it was the correct version).

    I've also tried Jailbreaking, Installing SSH/SFTP/SCP, Returning to Jail after step 3 but this doesn't seem to make a difference.

    Is there something obvious that I'm missing?

    Cheers,

    Barry

    By the way, (other than the AppTap thing) my iPhone is up and running on a pre-paid SIM that I'm using here in Kiev, Ukraine on UMC. I'll try my normal SIM when I get back home to Mexico.
    check the version of iPhone ; if f.i. 1.02, make sure you use the same in AppTapp
    running AppTapp : make sure iTunes is CLOSED


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    I had exactly the same problem...I explain
    I was using Itunes 7.3.6...then...I activated via the old independance...then installed apptapp...no problem. I could install ssh..launcher...no problem....
    after I unlocked it via unlock.....no problem... I then updated to the last itunes..directly...no problem until I wanted to use apptap....there nothing was working....then I decided to remove the application via Fugu...manually...
    Restarted Ok the icon disapeared...and then I used the new apptapp installer and the new independance 1.2.1 I had itunes 7.4.1....

    Then I wanted to use the Installer of apptapp...itunes was closed....but in the middle of the process...came the yellow triangle....
    so I had to restart the process. Did the same...reactivated via independance....still not possible....always the yelloy triangle
    I would like to reinstall this very usefull but I dont dare anymore....
    What could I do wrong?
    any other way to install this apptapp?

    Thanks

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    Thanks, it's working now. I think that the problem was that I left iNdependence open during the AppTap installation. When I tried again (after closing iNdependence) it worked like a charm.

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    you're wellcome

 

 

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