.plist hack let's you remove apps from the new ipod nano

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James whelton, that’s the guy who did the first (sorta kinda) hack for the ipod nano touch. What he did was change the .plist file to remove a certain app, and it worked. It’s nowhere near a jailbreak but still better than nothing, right? Also this could mean the first jailbreaks will be using the .plist file to inject some kind of cydia version.

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