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is there a way to delete an app after you put it on the phone? i am having a little bit of trouble deleting after i put in on my
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    Default Deleting app
    is there a way to delete an app after you put it on the phone? i am having a little bit of trouble deleting after i put in on my phone with WinSCP. I get this error:

    Command 'rm -f -r "iTetris [in].app"'
    failed with return code 127 and error message
    -sh: line 50: rm: command not found.

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    u can remove it from iphoneinterface.. im not all there yet with winscp, but this worked for me..

    rmdir /Applications/"yourfile"

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    you can also use manzana its been working fine for me so far

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    Hi-
    Had the same problem installing my first app.
    If you're using WinSCP, which I suggest using, then install the iphone-binkit.
    What you do is download the binkit(it's under downloads somewhere), then unzip/etc., and take all the files inside of it and move them to the /bin directory on your iphone. Then you can use the delete function and any other command on WinSCP.

    Hope that helps.

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    I personally wouldn't recommend putting everything in there. Just get the rm/rmdir files and put them in there. That way if/when things go wrong you can easily back track to what may cause a problem in the future.

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