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.deb with Appcake 4.5?


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Hello @ all,

 

i have a short question. Can i install .deb files with AppCake 4.5?

In the options there is no possibility to install those files.



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Is there a possibility to install an older Version of appcake that supports .deb istallations?

I need a .ipa of that old version, because of problems with bossmods, my cydia icon is vanished

so i have NO SSH.

 



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the AppCake which can install DEB, must be install from cydia too

 

lol

 

good luck



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Cydia icon disappeared doesnt mean its gone forever. It is still on your system. Try starting your phone holding the up button, this will allow Cydia to load without substrate activating. It means you can't use any tweaks but you can access Cydia to delete what ever it is corrupting it.

 

To install deb files otherwise, connect your phone to a laptop, open ifunbox. Go through var/root/media/Cydia; if you haven't got a Cydia folder, create one. Enter this. Now you need to place the deb file in the AutoInstall directory. Again, if you havent got one, make one. Then turn your phone on and off twice.

If you haven't got a laptop to do that with, you should have been clever enough to remember to install iFile :D



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