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Is there any way to manually add iPhone apps on a non-hacked iPhone?

If not, how do I add them a hacked iPhone?

Thanks in advance for any help.
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You can add apps (the .ipa) to the iTunes library just by copying them over. But the apps are linked to your iTunes account, and whether or not you have purchased them. Don't know why you would want to do this, because its only use as I can see it, is to move an app from one iTunes library to another (from upto a max of 5 authorised libraries).

As for hacked apps, not allowed here so you best keep those questions to yourself.
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You can add apps (the .ipa) to the iTunes library just by copying them over. But the apps are linked to your iTunes account, and whether or not you have purchased them. Don't know why you would want to do this, because its only use as I can see it, is to move an app from one iTunes library to another (from upto a max of 5 authorised libraries).

As for hacked apps, not allowed here so you best keep those questions to yourself.
Thanks for this. To be honest I'm not sure why I'd like to do this either. I've just got my iPhone so I'm playing around and having lots of thoughts running through my head!
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