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    Default Transfer ipa installed from the phone to iTunes

    My thread here has been closed.

    I would like to tell you that there is no reason to close it because of warez talking, since I AM NOT TALKING ABOUT WAREZ!!!

    I have installed one application developed from my UNIVERSITY and I can use it for FREE and it is for OUR GROUP ONLY and it is NOT and will NEVER be availabe in iTUNES!

    Before closing threads because of something you imagine, please be sure that what you are imaging is actually the reality.

    Please re-open the thread.

    Thank you



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    Yep, except for the fact that you mentioned the name of your "University" in your first post as "Install0us". Hillarious! Go back to the pirate ship =P.

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    Yes your lies are quite blatant - Install0us / university. It is not the first time someone has tried this approach here.
    Fact is, the guys behind the jailbreak are also behind some of the great software available in the Appstore. By pirating, you remove their incentive to continue releasing jailbreaks.

    There are legitimate reasons for deploying applications outside of the Appstore. Apple has provided tools for this - developers can sign apps so they can be installed on specific beta tester's iPhones. Enterprise tools exist also.

    Neither category of user would be asking on hackint0sh for help with this. Beta testers would be asking the developer they are testing for. Enterprise users have an internal helpdesk who would go up an internal support chain that ends with calling Apple not hackint0sh.

    Thread closed (again).
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