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    Angry [1.1.3] Where is the Soft Update image to delete ?

    seriously, ive been trying for over an hr to search an no one knows, mainly cause 90% of the post are from complete noobs, if anyone knows where it is, tell us please, i wanna finish installing my apps back to the way it was.


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    To use the search you should turn on your brain and chill out.

    http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=25872

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    i read that no answer just a bunch or other stuff not related to the topic, and then a few more of the same questions, i read another one of your posts minmicking what the bosstool does, since bosstool is giving me a download error, anyways ill try that out..

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    well theres no answer to the question, the file?/ i dunno, but ssh into the phone and run this, sovled the problem. or install bosstool that will do it for you.

    You must move the Applications folder to your media partition.
    This will avoid to have the system partition completely full.
    You must ssh your iPod Touch and follow the procedure below (works also for iPhone).

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    cd /
    cp -pr Applications /var/root
    mv Applications Applications.old
    ln -s private/var/root/Applications /Applications

    Now check the symbolic link
    You should see the Applications linked to private/var/root/Applications

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    cd /
    ls -la

    Restart your iPod Touch, if everything is fine, you can ssh again and delete the old Applications folder in the system partition.

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    cd /
    rm -rf Applications.old

 

 

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