How to Create an iPhone Applications Bundle Using iBuilder

Posted April 24, 2008 at 8:21pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 49766 views

These are instructions on how to create an iPhone Applications Bundle using iBuilder. This app lets you bundle multiple applications together for easy quick installation on your iPhone.

Currently you will need to run iBuilder on a Windows machine and then copy the created bundle over to PwnageTool (Mac) for use.

Step One
Download iBuilder from here to your desktop.

Step Two
Extract the downloaded zip ( to your desktop.

Step Three
Double click iPhoneBundleBuilder.exe from the extracted folder (iBundle1.02b).

Step Four
iBuilder will launch and display a list of sources and packages

Step Five
To add a source enter its url into the entryfield then click the Add Source button.

Step Six
Notice the new source is added to the Sources listbox.

Step Seven
Double click a package to add it to the User Packages listbox. Once you have added all the packages you desire, click the Build! button.

Step Eight
When your custom bundle has been built it will be saved to the Desktop in a folder called iBuilder.bundle. Click the OK button.

To use this bundle you must transfer it to your Mac. Hold down the CTRL key and click the PwnageTool icon. Click Show Package Contents from the popup menu.

Now navigate to Contents > Resources > InternalPackages and copy the iBuilder.bundle into it.

You can now follow this tutorial to not only add custom logos to your firmware but also include the iBuilder.bundle

THANKS***: A big thanks to Rotem925 for creating this application. You can support his work using the donate button in iBuilder!

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Pilar - July 16, 2012 at 6:41pm
Pero funciona fijo ?No sere1 una acpicalif3n tipo slingplayer que al final sino tenias el reproductor fedsico no hacedas nada, la fanica utilidad que le veo es poder ver peledculas divx sin necesidad de tener que transformarlas al formato de reproduccif3n del iphone, se pasan veda SSH directamente si estas dispuesto a usar una acpicalif3n de un tercero solo y exclusivamente para las peledculas cosas que a mi no es de lo que mas me agrade lo ideal eran que los codecs se integraran con el ipod y puedas pasar de la peledcula a la mfasica dentro del mismo reproductor
ATom79 - March 10, 2011 at 2:38am
- Here\'s an idea. Rhohub is the fastest and best solution for creating iPhone apps on Windows - All you need to do is set up a free account and you can start building native apps online for all smartphones without the hassle of installing all the SDKs locally. Try it out and see for yourself.
Patrick Conner - May 5, 2008 at 10:57pm
I did this 4x and nothing... IT doesnt (Pawnage or what ever) doesnt see the ibundle to add it to the ipsw...... So dont do it....
BLB - April 26, 2008 at 12:42am
*correction to my last comment it say \"no free space left on root partition
BLB - April 26, 2008 at 12:37am
I tried this method and i successfully got my .bundle file.... but at the last part where i need to check the box of the bundle i got an error saying not enough space on root folder or sth.... is there a way to fix that??? i think my bundle file is about 87MB thx~
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