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Thread: Getting a speed dial app onto my phone

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    Default Getting a speed dial app onto my phone
    I'm new to this whole phone mod thing. I was playing around with placing a speed dial app onto my phone. I have the app ready but I don't know how to put it onto the phone.

    What would be the simplest way to put it on there? I have a mac. My Phone has installer on it and I have a few apps on it already.

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    why not use the "favorites" thats already in the phone??

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    Just trying to save that one extra click is all.

    So...

    How do I get an .app on my phone?

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    if you have it modded already, you should be able to use WinSCP to get into your phone and place the app in the /Applications folder. What do you mean by speed dial app btw?
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    By speed dial app I mean an icon on my springboard that would act as a speed dial. Yes I know, I'm only saving on click (or double click).

    Something like this: http://www.modmyi.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7048

    I've learned how to ssh using the wiki available here, awesome job whoever did it. Is that the easiest way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricmac25 View Post
    I'm new to this whole phone mod thing. I was playing around with placing a speed dial app onto my phone. I have the app ready but I don't know how to put it onto the phone.

    What would be the simplest way to put it on there? I have a mac. My Phone has installer on it and I have a few apps on it already.
    Assuming you have SSH installed, can just SFTP in, navigate to the applications folder, and drop the new application in the folder. On my Mac, I use Interarchy for SFTP, but many folks recommend Cyberduck. If you setup a bookmark for your phone, it's just a double-click away (or in my case, a couple of clicks more, since I turn off SSH using Services to conserve battery power). BTW, I've created a bunch of these pseudo-apps including speed dial, they rock!

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