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    Which apps are currently able to be repackaged using the webOS 2.0 doctor? I know certain things won't work because they require 2.0, but I was wondering if there's an official list of things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakeeeee View Post
    Which apps are currently able to be repackaged using the webOS 2.0 doctor? I know certain things won't work because they require 2.0, but I was wondering if there's an official list of things.
    I believe people here have already tried all the apps from the 2.0 Doctor. Only a couple worked though. I forget the names of them...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett92C View Post
    I believe people here have already tried all the apps from the 2.0 Doctor. Only a couple worked though. I forget the names of them...
    Well, QuickOffice works, I think the clock app, the PDF viewer. Almost none of the new apps tho

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    So the Messaging, Youtube, Memos, etc all those apps are still the same thing? You'd think they'd at least make it a little different...
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    You can pull the new App Catalog, which I think is a great change. Keep in mind though, that you'll want to change the app ID because the new App Catalog relies on the "Software Manager" app to view installed apps (and perform updates) and that app doesn't work on 1.4.5
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