iPhoto!

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  1. thelaurelflower

    thelaurelflower iPF Noob

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    Hey everybody!

    I just wanted to share that I have gotten iPhoto on the iPad 1! And it's really cool!

    If you want instructions on how to do this, reply to the post.
     
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    I got it working by using the iphone configuration tool and a copy of the .ipa file downloaded from itunes.
    Works really well so far no lag, like you get with imovie/avid
     
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    thelaurelflower iPF Noob

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    Ya isn't it awesome? :D
     
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    kcormier iPF Noob

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    How do you delete albums created in iPhoto on the ipad2?
     
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    ps20renar iPF Noob

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    Hallo~Banana+Llama~,
    can you send a little instruction abaut that activation of iPhoto for iPad 1. I'm new to the configutility. I'm have installed this successfully.
     
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    Worked for me...........
    1.D/L iPhone Configuration Utility
    Apple - Support - iPhone - Enterprise
    2.D/L IPhoto from App Store

    After downloading the apps, launch iTunes and connect your iPad to Sync with it.
    Now launch iPhone Configuration Utility and click on the option “Applications” on the left side.
    After this click on the “Add” option at the top left corner and locate iPhoto from your Hard Drive.
    Now that you have connected your iPad, you will be able to see the name of it appear just below Applications and under the hood “Devices”.
    Click on the name of your iPad and search iPhoto from the list of applications that will appear on the right side.
    Once you find iPhoto in the list, simply click on it and select to install. After a few moments iPhoto will be installed successfully on your First Generation iPad/iPad 1.

    iPhoto when installed on your First Generation iPad/iPad 1, works fine until you connect it next time to iTunes and Sync.
    The error message will pop up ” This computer is not authorized for apps installed….”.
    To get rid of this headache, there is only one way. Just ignore it and select cancel option every time you see the error.
    Other than this you will not face any problems.
     
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    srikz iPF Noob

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    Here’s a complete tutorial on how to install iPhoto app on iPad 1

    [Moderator edit: Removed link that explained how to do this using piracy tools. No discussion of piracy is allowed here. Please read our rules. Thanks.]
     
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    ShMaLeB iPF Noob

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    I tried to do this last night on my ipad 1, and it did install, no problem there. But when I went to open the app, it would respring the screen and not open. I'm on ios 5.1 NON-jailbroken and I'm using my friends computer, since he purchased the app. It has also done this when I have tried to install imovie. I followed all of the steps multiple times and still got the same result. What am I doing wrong?
     

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