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Submitted by Rawaha 916d ago | article

3 Alternatives To Installous For Installing Apps Including AppCake, App VV and iFunBox

iTECHBOOK : 3 Alternatives To Installous For Installing Apps Including AppCake, App VV and iFunBox (Software)

XTGamers  +   916d ago
If you have AppSync installed on your iDevice you don't even need an app to install the cracked apps, all you need is to download the app and then sync your iTunes with the device.

AppSync is used to fool iTunes into thinking the cracked apps are actually official.

Anyway, i prefer vShare (App VV) over the other two
Eudemony  +   916d ago
but how do we sync cracked apps now with itunes??
XTGamers  +   915d ago
Download the app to your PC and open it in iTunes. Connect your device, select it inside iTunes, and go to the Applications tab. There should be a list of apps that you have on your computer and on your device. You just need to select the one you want to install.

Note: this will only work if you have AppSync installed, if you dont then download it first from Cydia

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