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    Default Uninstalling Customize Help
    I was wondering how i would go about uninstalling customize from my phone using winscp.....i followed the instructions on this forum for installing it using winscp and i was wondering if i just delete the folder in the applications section or is there something more i should do to make sure its completly uninstaled...

    ... its not in my installer as an app so i cant uninstall it using installer... i followed the directions to install it through winscp.

    ....i never used the program i have just been installing the files i want through winscp...so i would like to uninstall it....let me know what i should do..Thank you

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    1- Get connected thru SSH, Ctrl+T and type "apt-get remove Customize" in terminal.

    2- If the package is physically gone, you can remove it from Installer by editing the installed packages file which is root/var/mobile//Library/Installer/LocalPackages.plist (thru SSH)

    3- Ctrl+F then type Customize.

    4- Remove everything between <dict> and </dict> include the tags.

    5- Save your changes.

    6- Shut down iPhone then power on again.



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    Just do the opposite to what you did to install it, noob
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacLunatic View Post
    1- Get connected thru SSH, Ctrl+T and type "apt-get remove Customize" in terminal.

    2- If the package is physically gone, you can remove it from Installer by editing the installed packages file which is root/var/mobile//Library/Installer/LocalPackages.plist (thru SSH)

    3- Ctrl+F then type Customize.

    4- Remove everything between <dict> and </dict> include the tags.

    5- Save your changes.

    6- Shut down iPhone then power on again.
    Thank you..i will give it a try

    Quote Originally Posted by redcard View Post
    Just do the opposite to what you did to install it, noob
    well i would do the opposite but to install it i had to drag and drop the file in the app folder. then step 6 was: " Now, open your terminal application through WinSCP. The easiest way to open up Terminal in WinSCP is to simply press Ctrl+t. This will pop up a window that looks like a command port. Just simply copy and paste the following commands:
    /bin/chmod -R 755 /Applications/Customize.app
    HIT EXECUTE
    /bin/chmod +s /Applications/Customize.app/Customize
    HIT EXECUTE
    so i want to make sure everything is uninstalled..is that ok with you?

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    You're welcome =)



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    Quote Originally Posted by MacLunatic View Post
    1- Get connected thru SSH, Ctrl+T and type "apt-get remove Customize" in terminal.

    2- If the package is physically gone, you can remove it from Installer by editing the installed packages file which is root/var/mobile//Library/Installer/LocalPackages.plist (thru SSH)

    3- Ctrl+F then type Customize.

    4- Remove everything between <dict> and </dict> include the tags.

    5- Save your changes.

    6- Shut down iPhone then power on again.
    This is the error i got when i tried to do it
    "/Applications$ apt-get remove Customize
    zsh: command not found: apt-get"

    what do you think i did wrong?

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