#21 Menneisyys2 said: ↑. If it's no longer available in the original URL, then, the excellent (and free) OpenBackup can't access it either. Nevertheless, theoretically, it's possible to collect the files installed by a DEB installer from the file system as the.list file lists them all.
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OR copy deb file into DIR varrootmobilemediaCydiaAutoInstall, and reboot iPhone/iPod Touch
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