1. bluesteelz's Avatar
    ok what im trying to do is use a song from a mp3 format as a voicemail greeting. i know how to open ssh. so i went to the voicemail deleted my old custom greeting. then i move my mp3 song into the iphone and named it Greeting.amr. up to this point evey thing is fine. no i go to my iphone and i canhear it playing good sounds great but the problem is when i try to save it im not sure the file say mobile at the end of it but the one i bring in says root whatever any help in this matter would be nice
    12-08-2009 03:31 PM
  2. Pr3mier's Avatar
    have you tried backing up/copying the original file, then "editing" one of the original files by putting your music in it? that way, the voicemail greeting was created by the phone, but edited by you
    12-08-2009 08:53 PM
  3. sargd66's Avatar
    I'll use this thread for a question, hope you don't mind. Can someone tell me where in ssh I can locate iTunes app store apps I can't find the file. Also where is the file located that holds all the pics? I posted this question in it's own thread but got no hits at all, thank you.
    12-08-2009 10:03 PM
  4. Pr3mier's Avatar
    there is a website link in another post that ill share..
    Hack that Phone - Graphics locations
    they show you where the icons of the native apps are. the icons are probably in the same folder location as the apps
    hope that helps
    12-08-2009 10:26 PM
  5. sargd66's Avatar
    there is a website link in another post that ill share..
    Hack that Phone - Graphics locations
    they show you where the icons of the native apps are. the icons are probably in the same folder location as the apps
    hope that helps
    Thanks I'll check that out. Congrats on the Saints GREAT season!!
    12-08-2009 10:54 PM
  6. sargd66's Avatar
    Nope that didnt answer it either. I have found those in the past. Example, I am looking for the folder that contains Slingplayer, MLB AT BAT, any of those that you download from itunes.
    12-08-2009 10:59 PM
  7. g1r_g3n1us's Avatar
    Nope that didnt answer it either. I have found those in the past. Example, I am looking for the folder that contains Slingplayer, MLB AT BAT, any of those that you download from itunes.
    what your looking for can be found in the /private/var/mobile/applications folder..

    the applications you DL that are legit dont have names, only numbers and letters like this: 908d0r97e09-897e98e8943798-e9487yt-34909d80d9478 or along those lines..

    hope this helps you.
    12-09-2009 03:12 PM
  8. sargd66's Avatar
    Yep that was it, thank you. There is a cydia app that converts those numbers to the title names, it's called applinks.
    12-09-2009 04:55 PM
  9. LVCIFER's Avatar
    Are there any apps LIKE "appslink" that do the same thing with all iTunes music libraries/mp3s. I basically want to be able to know what the mp3 files in SSH format are properly called.
    12-09-2009 05:02 PM
  10. sargd66's Avatar
    I'm not sure about that. A member on another forum told me about appslink.
    12-09-2009 06:51 PM
LINK TO POST COPIED TO CLIPBOARD