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Ok im new very new to iphone. My phone is unlocked on 1.1.2 apps installed i do not use apple mac computers so all my questions are pc based. i
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    Ok im new very new to iphone. My phone is unlocked on 1.1.2 apps installed i do not use apple mac computers so all my questions are pc based. i have gba installed for iphone and i am trying to work out how to add roms to iphone i have already got tons of roms so i just need to place them on my iphone can any one give me an idiots guide

    Also i see a lot off themes but do not seem to be able to get them to work is this because i have 1.1.2 firmware? i have app installer latest install downloaded it but cannot semm to see anything to alter themes.

    is ther a PC installer for apps and files besides Itunes (horrible interface)which i have never used.

    Thanks in advance

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    SSH into it
    go in var/root/Media

    and create the directories ROMs/GBA and put your ROMs in there. Don't forget to over write the .bin in the Applications folder with your own.

    EDIT: To be more clear, you should put the ROMs in var/root/Media/ROMs(you create it)/GBA(create it inside the ROMs folder you created)/put your ROMs here..


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    forgive me for my ignorance wot is shh and were do i get it lol

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    SSH refers to a method of transferring files onto your phone. I use a program called WinScp which you can download here.

    I am sure there's a guide for using it somewhere on this forum.

    You can view your iphone's file directories, applications.. etc. And you can add some files manually if you have to, such as ROM's.
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    For WinSCP:

    Username: root
    Password: alpine

    and choose SCP from the dropdown.

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