|10/04/2009, 05:20 AM||#1 (permalink)|
ATTENTION ALL: WebOS Quick Install v3.0 is now available here.
WebOS Quick Install v2.96
This program is intended for use with WebOS applications that are in-testing, which under section 4.2 of the Palm SDK License Agreement allows for such unapproved applications to be installed on Palm devices. Applications installed with WebOS Quick Install have not be tested by Palm and are installed at your own risk.
This program is freeware, but not opensource. Feel free to share it with other testing forums.
I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you contact me, or post in this thread to contact me, you must also include the following information:
- Device: are you using a Palm Pre or the emulator
- Operating System (include 32bit or 64bit)
- Have you followed my troubleshooting guide completely
I will be ignore emails/posts that don't follow that format.
Donations are appreciated as I'm just one person developing this app during my spare time.
Download Here (EDIT: removed, updated version elsewhere)
Lastly, when you plug in the device, if you want to use WebOS Quick Install, choose the "Just Charge" option on the device.
Running WebOS Quick Install
- None so far
v2.96 - December 7, 09
- Added iPhone user agent spoof
- Better handling of html in patch descriptions
- New Ipkg Feed Viewer button icon
- Added usage warning to EPR button
- Improved mouse selection handling in Online Repository tab in Tweaks
v2.95 - December 6, 09
- Tweaks section now Pixi-compatible
- Updated WebOSDoctor download options for current versions and Pixi and GSM Pre
- Tweaks sections uses much-improved WebOS-Internals patching feed support
- Online Repository now includes path author information
- Patches now get removed from the Online Repository list after they're applied
- Support for future webOS versions
- Updated default ipkg feeds list
- Added run-confirmation for postinst/prerm scripts
- Much improved connection handling, providing better stability overall
- Improved Device Management section with support for for Pixi
- Many other various bugfixes and speed increases
v2.9 - November 15, 09
- WebOS 1.3.1 compatible
- Added support for patch metadata (like generated by Unified Diff Creator)
- Reports errors when remounting the root partition
- Added support for webOS version checking for Tweaks Online Repo tab
- Fixed theme removal with themes that include patches
- Added EPR button
- Various minor fixes/optimizations
v2.82 - October 14, 09
- iPhone User Agent Spoof uses its own backup method
- Fixed control reading error with some ipks
- Fixed issue certain users were have reinstalling certain program
v2.81 - October 13, 09
- Fixed issue preventing diffstat and GNU patch installation
- Various minor bugs fixed
v2.8 - October 13, 09
- remove need of package manager for tweaking
- uses new webos-patches online repo url
- now has smaller improved auto-correction dictionaries for faster loading
- fixed browser multi-mod
- fixed launcher opacity mod
- fixed issue with installing .patch files directly that could cause serious issues
- updated iPhone user agent spoof mod for 1.2.1
- fixed Ipkg Viewer issue preventing switching to other feeds
- updated webosdoctor download urls
- added "luna restart" button so you can apply as many tweaks as you want then choose when to restart the interface
- added new Linux Commandline section for direct Linux access
v2.72 - October 4, 09
- Fixed an issue that in certain circumstances deeply affected theming
v2.71 - October 4, 09
- Added Package Manager to Tweak requirements
v2.7 - October 4, 09
- Added reset flag support
- Updated Sprint/Bell WebOSDoctor URLs
- Added Patch integration into Device Management
- Fixed issue where uninstalled apps would still appear in Device Management
- Redesigned Tweaks into a tabbed interface
- Completely reimplemented virtual keyboard config support
- Added patch repository support to Tweaks
- Completely redid the internal patcher coding
- Patch format now compatible with Preware
- Greatly improved Ipkg Feed app info window
- Fixed bug affecting custom ipkg feeds
- Added PreYourMind and Canuck Software feeds
- Updated theming to support new patch-compatible format
- Added support for .patch and .diff files in the main screen
Special thanks to everyone who's helped contribute to the cause: those who donate, those who help test, those who help teach me new things, and those who help out with new users. This app wouldn't be what it is without you guys
Last edited by Jason Robitaille; 02/01/2010 at 05:31 PM.
|10/04/2009, 05:20 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Installation and Usage Guide
Special thanks to MortiseMaker for making this straightforward guide on setting up and using WebOS Quick Install.
The simple quick start guide is here: Getting Started: Homebrew Apps, Patches, and Themes.
Last edited by milominderbinder; 11/15/2009 at 02:52 PM. Reason: Add link to updated materials, Getting Started, and remove out of date pdf links. - Craig
|10/04/2009, 05:20 AM||#3 (permalink)|
My browser downloaded the file as WebOSQuickInstall.download or WebOSQuickInstall.zip
This seems to be an issue for some people on some browsers. Try renaming manually to ".jar" extension.
I've unzipped the file, what do I do next?
Nothing! Don not, I repeat, DO NOT, unzip/unrar the .jar file. The nature of a JAR file is that it is both an archive and an executable program. We only wanna use the executable program aspect.
How do I run the program?
I already WebOSDoctor downloaded. Do I have to download it again?
Nope, you can just move your existing copy to the same folder as WebOS Quick Install and the program will run.
I'm seeing this screen. What do I do next?
Nothing, close that window! That's WebOSDoctor. You don't want to run that unless you want to reset your Pre to factory WebOS settings (and wiping all your data).
In WebOS Quick Install, clicking menu Tools->Device Management does absolutely nothing
This means WebOS Quick Install is unable to access the WebOSDoctor.jar file. Possibly corrupted jar file. You'll want to delete the WebOSDoctor.jar file then redownload from this link in post #1. Put that downloaded file in the same folder as WebOS Quick Install.
I'm getting "ERROR: No device found."
Common error. Two main reasons this could occur:
Last edited by Jason Robitaille; 10/04/2009 at 05:45 AM.
|10/04/2009, 05:20 AM||#4 (permalink)|
WebOS Quick Install v2.7 features a completely re-organized and re-coded Tweaks section. Tweaks, like always, can be installed by clicking the checkmarks, and uninstalled the same way.
In addition, the patches are now linked to the Device Management section, just change the drop-down box from "Applications" to "Patches" and you'll be able to get info and uninstall patches in bulk.
All tweaks are compatible and interoperable between WebOS Quick Install and Preware.
A reminder, it's always best to uninstall all tweaks/patches before an OTA update.
A full list of each tweak in v2.7 can be found in the attached pdf
Last edited by Jason Robitaille; 10/04/2009 at 06:43 AM.
|10/04/2009, 05:43 AM||#10 (permalink)|
thanks man ,now I can have my squarify back yay !!!!!! Sleep well for the next week or so.
Here is a direct link to webOS Doc for all carriers
P.S. if i have helped you and you are thankful please hit the thanks button to the right---->
|10/04/2009, 05:46 AM||#11 (permalink)|
Just want to put my real thanks in before this is 200 pages long.
Jason, you're the man!
There are folks that are perfectly happy doing everything with SSH and a root terminal, but there are a whole lot more who wouldn't know a bash script if it bashed them on the head, and WOSQI is the one thing that makes it possible for anybody to get this stuff going, whether they're linux savvy or not.
|10/04/2009, 06:43 AM||#19 (permalink)|
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